Autonomous technology is here, now it's about getting people to use it reports Siegfried Mortkowitz.
Anyone still waiting for the tipping point for the advent of the autonomous car can now relax: it has passed. Proof was provided by the more than 1,100 representatives from every sector of the automobile ecosystem that packed the Stuttgart’s ICS Messe on Monday, the first day of the two-day TU-Automotive Europe 2015 conference.
The work on this program itself is a milestone in the FIWARE project, as FICORE and the independent organized developer community of the FIWARE Association is joining their force and knowledge to bring FIWARE to sustainability.
The Objectives of the Programme can be summarized as follows:
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The world of smart devices talking to each other—and to us—is well underway and here to stay. To connect to the Internet of Things opportunity, it’s key to design and build networking infrastructures that can handle massive amounts of new data. Read more in this whitepaper.
London contains some of the worst pollution hotspots in the world. Heathrow Airport is one of these, surrounded by villages, towns and the outskirts of the capital. Heathrow air traffic causes noise annoyance for millions of people as far away as Brixton and the effects of heavy air pollution permeate the city.
The insurance industry has the privilege of playing an integral and valuable role in society – we protect for today and invest for the future. Our customers can go about their daily lives without fear for the financial consequences when things go wrong, while we help them to save to build their future financial security.
Between 5 and 10 per cent of the budget for greenfield projects such as hotel and office towers, rail and power or industrial facilities are accounted for by electronic low voltage (ELV) and information technology (IT) systems.
The more iconic or critical the infrastructure is, the higher the budget allocated for these systems, which are now usually referred to by suppliers as smart technologies.
The challenges of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) tend to be similar from industry to industry and even across applications. Concerns related to security, integration, reliability and scalability are often perceived as barriers to the deployment of new IIoT technologies. Additionally, data transport options alongside related carriers, hardware OEMs, and cloud platform or platform-as-a-service (PaaS) providers can make vendor selection a daunting task. A clear understanding of these barriers is fundamental to bring clarity to the IIoT.