Category: Internet-of-things

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Commercial UAV Expo Europe: PwC Names 7 Trends in the Drone Industry

Posted By Harry McNabbon on April 09, 2019 Michael Mazur, Consulting Partner and head of PwC Drone Powered Solutionsdelivered one of the Keynote addresses at the Commercial UAV Expo Europetoday in Amsterdam, naming 7 trends that the investment firm sees shaping the industry. 1) Telecom will be a major beneficiary of the drone industry. Mazur says that…
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A novel data-compression technique for faster computer programs

APRIL 16, 2019 by Rob Matheson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology A novel technique developed by MIT researchers rethinks hardware data compression to free up more memory used by computers and mobile devices, allowing them to run faster and perform more tasks simultaneously. Data compression leverages redundant data to free up storage capacity, boost computing speeds, and provide…
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All things could be part of the Internet of Things with new RFID system

APRIL 9, 2019 by University of Michigan Credit: CC0 Public Domain Frying pans, pill bottles, yoga mats, coffee cups and countless other nonelectronic objects could be turned into a network of Internet of Things sensors with a new RFID-based technology from the University of Michigan. The system, called IDAct, bridges the gap between the estimated…
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Millimeter-Wave Sensors Enhance Factory Safety

Lou Frenzel on Apr 02, 2019An unexpected single-chip device finds a new application, offering intelligent object detection to provide high-accuracy occupancy data and collision avoidance in industrial settings. When you think of a sensor, you probably don’t think of millimeter-wave (mmWave) radar. Now, though, you can add mmWave radar chips to your mental archive along…
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3 Factors that Will Alter Demand for Data Analysts Over the Next Decade

30 MAR by Ryan Kh The World Economic Forum released an encouraging report for anybody interested in a career as a data analyst. They stated that data analytics will be the fastest growing profession over the next decade. This report is consistent with statistics compiled by IBM. Big Blue said that around 700,000 new data scientist and data…
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The emerging role of AI in Edge Computing

By Zane Tsai on 2018/12/5 The “things” in the Internet of Things are getting smarter, with profound implications for organizations and the way people work and live A rapidly emerging force, artificial intelligence (AI), is taking computing at the edge to a whole new level, in which insights and analysis are provided on the spot,…
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Is Hybrid Cloud the New Standard for Future Infrastructure?

3/27/2019 by Joao-Pierre S. Ruth Plenty of young organizations may be cloud native with public services, but many incumbents cannot go that route. The rising tide of cloud transformation continues to pick up companies and momentum, yet it may be impossible for certain organizations to completely go all-in. Complex legacy systems and regulatory requirements are…
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Tiny sensors, big potential

APRIL 1, 2019 by University of Florida The electrical energy from batteries powers not only the ignition system that turns the engine and moves electric vehicles but also powers almost every sensing feature of today’s automobiles. Electricity turns on the car headlights for night travel, rolls the windows up and down, senses numerous actions within…
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UPS launches package delivery by drone

on March 26, 2019 American delivery giant UPS on Tuesday launched the first authorized use of unmanned drones to transport packages to recipients. The company said the shipment of medical samples at the WakeMed hospital campus in Raleigh, North Carolina was the first of “numerous planned daily revenue flights.” UPS has teamed up with Matternet,…
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How IoT will Impact Different Industries

by Gil Ben-Dov on Mar 08, 2019 Connectivity continues to expand, with no sign of stopping. IoT is fundamentally changing the way we do business. By connecting devices and sensors to the internet, we are entering an age where data analytics, connectivity, and automation are creating innovations and progress previously out of reach. As the…
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