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IoT: the top priority in driving digital transformation

IoT: the top priority in driving digital transformation
According to global research findings published by Inmarsat, IoT has become the leading technology for digital transformation and is the number one priority for 92% of organisations. The Inmarsat Research Programme study focusing on the enterprise application of the Internet of Things (IoT) revealed that machine learning (38%), robotics (35%), and 3D printing (31%) were also key requirements for effectively delivering digital transformation for business.
22nd June 2017

Understanding the industrial IoT and RTI’s technical product suite

Understanding the industrial IoT and RTI’s technical product suite
  Real-Time Innovations (RTI) has launched a 'Getting Started' programme with a series of step-by-step video tutorials, whitepapers and technical documentation. It simplifies the process of understanding the IIoT and deploying RTI Connext DDS.
22nd June 2017

IoT teaching tools target professors and students

An Internet of Things (IoT) teaching approach with a suite of advanced tools has been developed by NI. Professors and students can take advantage of these teaching tools, which consist of the myRIO Student Embedded Device, LabVIEW toolkits, PTC’s ThingWorx software and projects created by Tufts University, to build real-world IoT applications in the classroom.
20th June 2017


IoT sensor kit maintains optimum conditions for tulip bulbs

IoT sensor kit maintains optimum conditions for tulip bulbs
As part of London Tech Week, Electronic Specifier attended TechXLR8 at London’s ExCeL. We got the chance to meet with 30MHz, a Dutch company that lowers the barrier to entry to industrial sensor technology. The interoperable plug-and-play 30MHz Sensor Toolkit is designed for quick implementation of sensors in the hundreds of thousands, and its dashboard makes data monitoring simple and user-friendly from any device.
20th June 2017

Are e-cigarettes the next hacking risk?

Are e-cigarettes the next hacking risk?
While electronic cigarettes might be better for your personal health than normal cigarettes, latest research has found that your computer might not be so lucky. Giving a presentation at BSides London, security researcher & C++ software developer Ross Bevington showed how an e-cigarette could be used to attack a computer by fooling the computer to believe it was a keyboard or by tampering with its network traffic. While Bevington's particular form of attack required the victim's machine to be unlocked, that was not the case for all attacks.
19th June 2017

Launch of IoT applications and services to speed up

Launch of IoT applications and services to speed up
Kerlink and myDevices has announced they are integrating their complementary technologies to accelerate design and launch of IoT smart applications and services. The two companies are integrating Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) included in Kerlink’s core network-management platform, Wanesy RAN (Radio Access Network), and its lighter embedded version, Wanesy SPN (Small Private Network), in myDevices’ Cayenne IoT Project Builder, a drag-and-drop application-enablement platform.
15th June 2017

oneM2M's role in the IoT to be finalised

With initiatives such as InterDigital’s oneTRANSPORT project providing a blueprint for future smart city applications, the UK is taking a leading role in delivering real world Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
14th June 2017

IoT security platform minimises risk

A joint multi-level IoT platform solution has been announced by Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity and Arkessa. The companies say it unlocks the full potential of IoT by enabling secure interactions across digital ecosystems of devices, people and systems. The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to expand rapidly and poses significant network connectivity and security risks.
14th June 2017

BT, Intercede and Imagination collaborate on IoT security

BT, Intercede and Imagination collaborate on IoT security
  Global technology company Imagination and digital identity and credentials expert Intercede are showcasing a solution for enhanced Internet of Things (IoT) security at BT’s bi-annual Innovation 2017 event.
14th June 2017

‘It all starts with a sensor’ – the importance of sensors in IoT

‘It all starts with a sensor’ – the importance of sensors in IoT
Hardware Pioneers is a group of over 6,000 startup founders, executives, engineers and developers that come together every month in London to listen to industry talks and establish new connections. Last week, Electronic Specifier attended Hardware Pioneers’ latest event entitled ‘All About IoT sensors’. The evening consisted of presentations, community announcements and a networking session.
13th June 2017


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Industry of Things World 2017
18th September 2017
Germany Berlin Congress Center
Cyber Security - Oil, Gas, Power 2017
29th November 2017
United Kingdom London