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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 Skill Set Leads with Communication, Not Tech

IoT Skill Set Leads with Communication, Not Tech

Research Communication is far and away the most relevant job skill for engineers to have for success with the Internet of Things. The ability to explain ideas and concepts "clearly and effectively" beat out "knowledge" about IoT (59 percent compared to 20 percent), collaboration skills (14 percent) and "persistence" and "associative thinking" (both at 3 percent), in a survey of …

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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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SK Telecom Develops Quantum Cryptography Chip for IoT

SK Telecom Develops Quantum Cryptography Chip for IoT

SK Telecom is adding a new level of security to the Internet of Things (IoT) by embedding a small quantum random number generator (QRNG) chip into its IoT devices. QRNG chips generates random numbers without any pattern, which is intended to increase the level of security. The South Korean operator also said that its QRNG chip will be just 5 …

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Where is IoT headed?

Where is IoT headed?

Credit: Thinkstock A recent survey of IEEE engineers reveals some interesting insights into the Internet of Things (IoT)—both challenges and expectations. Commissioned by Northeastern University Silicon Valley, the survey asked the engineers to answer nine questions about IoT development and deployment. Some of the answers might surprise you. While still in its infancy, the IoT is poised to change our …

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Adobe accidentally released its cloud-based photo editor

Adobe accidentally released its cloud-based photo editor

It’s ever more important to be able to edit your photos on the go. Adobe has stripped-down versions of Photoshop , Illustrator and Lightroom apps available in both mobile and web-based formats. You manage your photos through Adobe’s Creative Cloud system, though, which can be a bit cumbersome, especially when you forget to sync your files. Adobe announced "Project Nimbus" …

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Sustainability Summit and Clean Energy Roadshow comes to Athens

Sustainability Summit and Clean Energy Roadshow comes to Athens

The State Botanical Garden of Georgia serves as a great spot for those looking for an afternoon walk, a trail to run on, or great vantage points for pictures. Shot in Athens, Georgia on July 29, 2016. (Photo/Henry Taylor: Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols and State Representative Spencer Frye will be hosting Athens Sustainability Summit and Clean Energy Roadshow at …

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Dutch city of Dordrecht uses IoT for smart city planning

Dutch city of Dordrecht uses IoT for smart city planning

IoT gateways have been used as part of a smart city research project in the Dutch municipality of Dordrecht. Sensors were introduced to monitor pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles, with a view to gathering data and establishing patterns in the flow of commuters. A recent United Nations report predicts that the percentage of world’s population living in urban areas will rise …

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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 announces plan to integrate IoT devices with the grid

UK announces plan to integrate IoT devices with the grid

The UK government has announced its plan to integrate IoT devices with the national grid to improve sustainability and reduce consumer energy costs. By working alongside manufacturers, the UK government is aiming to create standards for a smarter and more flexible energy system. This could mean some devices are switched on when costs are at their lowest, and others switched …

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