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On first hearing the term ‘image analysis’, it’s easy to think immediately of software that can identify objects in photographs. But while static image analysis is a vital application of computer...

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Sierra Wireless has introduced what it claims to be the industry’s most compact cellular router, called AirLink LX40, for the IoT. The router comes in two variants: LTE-M/NB-IoT (up to 300 Kbps...

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Arduino’s MKR family of products got two new wireless connectivity boards added to its range of products. These include MKR WiFi 1010 and MKR NB 1500, both aimed at streamlining IoT product/service development....

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Market overview Facilitating parking in city centres is good for the local economy. If the political will is there it’s relatively easy to deploy smart parking systems and many authorities see them as...

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To develop an effective technology architecture for fog computing, you need a clear understanding of how it’s used. Guest blogger Chuck Byers, shares his cohesive, industry-wide approach to fog technology. IoT...

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Market overview Vehicles are employing software updates as well as an increasing number of on-board systems and sensors that communicate with each other.Therefore, says Bob Emmerson, efficient security...

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Fleet management solutions are increasingly leveraging the functionality of real-time IIoT platforms, one example being the consolidation of logistics data generated by different telematics systems. Transportation...

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Predictive maintenance involves collecting and evaluating data from your machines to increase efficiency and optimize maintenance processes. Not only can you gage the condition of your equipment,...

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Industry 4.0: Condition monitoring in laser welding processes Getting operational data from a laser during the welding process is difficult. This is especially the case when the data appears only...