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Council brings you news on Internet of Things. It aims to offer the latest on technical building blocks but also tries to put this digital transition into a social and circular economy context.

28/08/2018 - 08:39
....Araba: Let’s start with production. We need to shift the focus away from calories and toward improved nutrition and health. That means introducing the right practices and varieties, using conventional breeding as well as breeding for micronutrients. It’s also critical to understand soil health. We look for technologies that improve on-farm...
28/08/2018 - 08:20
A recent large-scale robbery of consumer electronics shows that stealing valuable goods can still be lucrative. The big question is, could this robbery have been “Avoided by Design”? Let’s take a look… Most of today’s electronic products work seamlessly out-of-the-box. Trackers, anti-theft locators, alarm systems and son on. For decades...
27/08/2018 - 13:12
2018 marks the 5th year of IoT Talks – and this year the events will take you to Stockholm on September 26th and Rotterdam on October 17th.   Sign up and be among the first to be at the forefront of the exciting world of IoT. Nokia, Axians, Gartner, and many more will be sharing their stories about how we can all create a...
27/08/2018 - 12:24
IoT-internet of things and its cousin IoMT or internet of medical things has long been personal passion as personal health care and those we care for literally drives everything we do.  Yet, there is very little we know very little about health and health living except to say about as much as a trillion dollars is spent on it trying to figure...
27/08/2018 - 12:22
HANOI -- Vietnam's farms and fisheries are turning to artificial intelligence, the internet of things and other advanced information technology as the country casts about for ways to grow exports. Minh Phu Seafood, the country's largest shrimp farm, plans to use an AI-based system to reduce labor and improve quality control. After...
27/08/2018 - 08:40
Aug 26, 2018—Smart devices are becoming more ingrained in today's technology-obsessed culture as we embrace the Internet of Things (IoT). In retail, digital fitting rooms, interactive displays, smart shelves and RFID ceiling readers are beginning to move beyond the drawing board as retailers start to acknowledge the benefits of improved customer...
26/08/2018 - 21:42
How important is cyber security for PLC in today's industrial settings? Merely a matter of national security. Consider this: in 2016, the US and NATO nations  officially recognized cyberspace as a domain of warfare. In geopolitical terms, a cyber attack is now as actionable as a naval attack. Within industrial and commercial settings, cyber...
26/08/2018 - 09:54
Modern regulatory theory has long treated voluntary self-regulation and direct government regulation as opposing ends of a regulatory continuum, with most self-regulatory schemes falling somewhere in the middle. This chapter explores the middle ground by examining co-regulatory approaches to privacy, in which industry enjoys considerable...
26/08/2018 - 09:31
AUSTIN, Texas — The U.S. Army is hoping its new command will thrive here, in glass-walled rooms filled with 3D printers, half-assembled robotics and designers donning hoodies. The Army Futures Command is responsible for leveraging innovation, improving agility, and leaping ahead of emerging threats — a hearty task for the service, which has...
26/08/2018 - 09:23
In just a couple of years, the fifth-generation mobile network will be commercially available, promising better connections, faster speeds and lower latency, for those living in a hyper-connected world. It’s processing power, for example, has the potential to move us to the ‘haptic web’, the vision of an internet world where the single touch of a...
25/08/2018 - 11:58
Hannah Kaner, smart cities strategist at Orange Bus, argues in Information Age that when it comes to optimising citizen interaction with smart city development, we must target areas of the city where services are failing and address inclusivity. Inclusive ‘smart city’ development doesn’t necessarily mean we should ‘build for everyone’....
25/08/2018 - 11:56
A new global study has revealed that almost two thirds of worldwide users of Internet of Things devices have encountered performance issues. The global study was undertaken by software intelligence company Dynatrace, and collated responses from 10,000 consumers worldwide. It found that more than half (52%) of consumers are now using novel...
25/08/2018 - 11:46
Most of us love sports. Either we practice one, or at least we enjoy watching others play. Sports has been part of our civilization for centuries, perhaps millenniums. But starting a few years ago, sports, like many other social and business areas, has begun incorporating technology. Professional teams have introduced wearable sensors to their...
25/08/2018 - 11:41
As technology keeps evolving, information becomes more accessible due to the newly acquired attributes, mainly ubiquity. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the extraction of information from the local area network and transferring it to the Internet, typically to report an event or control a system. Cyber-physical systems (CPS) serve as an interface...
25/08/2018 - 10:48
Our first. A fake Conference. We published this in March. Now we receive a mail from someone that he can not get in touch with the organizers. There is no phone, no other way of contact but email. There are no speakers listed. The event is not listed in the Business Design Centre where it is supposed to take place. So until I hear otherwise, treat...