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Demystifying industry 4.0 and the industrial internet of things

Demystifying industry 4.0 and the industrial internet of things

Heralding the shift from centralised to decentralised manufacturing, Industry 4.0 integrates IoT, data, and services, and creates networks where connected devices can talk to each other. How IIoT is enabling Industry 4.0 There is tremendous interest in how the Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming processes within and across organisations. And while there are multiple definitions floating around, IoT is …

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IoT toolset to “eliminate” development lag

IoT toolset to “eliminate” development lag

Toolset consists of multiple components, including the world’s first 64-bit quad embedded computer with built-in 4G/3G/2G IoT projects don’t always succeed with long completion times cited as a primary reason Blink’r, a start-up that designs hardware and software tools to empower and enable innovation for the Internet of Things (IoT), has announced its “Internet in a module” toolset that aims …

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How The Internet Of Things Is Digitizing Agriculture & Speeding Up Rural Development In India

How The Internet Of Things Is Digitizing Agriculture & Speeding Up Rural Development In India

We are amidst exciting times as we experience machines thinking, talking and adding value to how individuals engage with the world in their daily lives. With over 20 billion internet-connected devices expected to run by 2020, the deluge of data streams from these devices would warrant the use of edge computing, sophisticated analytics and AI. Innovative interplay of such technologies …

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Senate bill finds middle ground for NASA funding

Senate bill finds middle ground for NASA funding

The Senate appropriations bill increases funds for the Space Launch System and Orion spacecraft, matching the companion House bill. Credit: NASA WASHINGTON — A Senate appropriations subcommittee approved a spending bill July 25 that would provide NASA with $19.5 billion, striking a middle ground between the administration’s original request and a more generous House bill. The commerce, justice and science …

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Michael Abrash of Oculus Talks About The Big Challenges Ahead of VR

Michael Abrash of Oculus Talks About The Big Challenges Ahead of VR

As humans, much of what we see around is is actually something of a visual trick, a compromise between our eyes and our brain. Entertainment creators have long taken advantage of that fact to produce optical tricks, and even television itself is a product of ‘Persistence of Vision’, which is essentially a prolonged optical illusion. Michael Abrash, celebrity programmer and …

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Artificial Intelligence and Learned Intermediaries

Artificial Intelligence and Learned Intermediaries

In the July 7, 2017, “Artificial Intelligence” issue of Science , we were intrigued by a short piece in the “Insights” section on “Artificial Intelligence in Research” that discussed the future use of autonomous robots in surgery. Surgeonless surgery would “allow[] work around the clock with higher productivity, accuracy, and efficiency as well as shorter hospital stays and faster recovery.” …

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South Korea is most IoT ready country in APeJ

South Korea is most IoT ready country in APeJ

APeJ loT market is predicted to grow from $335.6bn in 2016 to $565.5bn in 2020 South Korea scores high on all measures, including IoT spend as a percentage of GDP South Korea has emerged as the nation that is the most capable and ready to generate efficiencies linked to IoT solutions in the Asia Pacific region, according to a new …

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Hologram Announces the World’s Largest LTE Software-Defined Cellular Network for IoT

Hologram Announces the World’s Largest LTE Software-Defined Cellular Network for IoT

CHICAGO–( BUSINESS WIRE )–Today, technology company Hologram announces availability of the world’s largest LTE software-defined global cellular network to enable connectivity for the next generation of IoT devices and smart machines. The software-defined global network provides access to 600 cellular networks worldwide and is configurable through Hologram’s programmable network and APIs. The new network introduces micro pricing options down to …

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UK Looks To Battery Storage With £246 Million Investment In Landmark “Faraday Challenge”

UK Looks To Battery Storage With £246 Million Investment In Landmark “Faraday Challenge”

The UK’s Business and Energy Secretary, Greg Clark, announced on Monday the launch of the country’s Industrial Strategy’s landmark “Faraday Challenge,” a 4 year, £246 million investment round intended to boost both research and development of expertise in battery technology. Speaking in a keynote speech on the UK Industrial Strategy, Secretary Clark launched the Faraday Challenge , a move which …

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