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Security researchers have demonstrated that it is possible for hackers to make undetectable changes to 3D printed parts that could introduce defects and possibly safety risks, too. Scientists at Rutgers...

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Two Thai government agencies, the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) and Thailand Post, are looking to the IoT and blockchain technologies, respectively, to improve their logistics. According to a report...

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Following weeks of uninterrupted rainfall, a five-hour downpour on top of already saturated streets led to extensive flooding in New Orleans last Saturday. While it is widely held that a weather event...

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Following weeks of uninterrupted rainfall, a five-hour downpour on top of already saturated streets led to extensive flooding in New Orleans last Saturday. While it is widely held that a weather event...

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From Part I , you might have got a clear picture of trends that are going to dominate Industrial IoT in 2017. Here are some more which will make that picture much clearer for you. 6. Business areas that...

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Recently, we conducted a survey to understand the current state of ‘Industrial IoT (IIoT)’ and its future outlook. The objective was to forecast industry trends and business sentiments. This study...

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When the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) released the Bluetooth mesh specification in mid-July, the launch heralded something much greater than just a new wireless spec. The move formalized...

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Around the world, changes to the way we manage and measure facilities’ performance continue to place an onus on real estate executives – both to understand their holdings, and make more strategic...

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Two major investors from Russia and Belarus have just invested $ 25 million in Capital.com, a trading app that is similar to Robinhood in the US or Trading212 in Europe — but with a specific AI-powered...

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Japanese telecommunications company Softbank Technology Group has announced a partnership with US-based semiconductor company Rambus, aimed at securing what it describes as the “overall lifecycle”...

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For asset-intensive organizations, mobility continues to drive significant productivity gains, improve worker effectiveness and safety, and eliminate errors by capturing data directly from the work source....

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TomTom may be on the verge of leaving the wearables market, after a 20 percent year-on-year consumer sales decline, which management blamed on the Sports division. “The wearables market has fallen...