Episode 30 - Weekly IoT News Update
Almost every aspect of our lives now generates data. Smart watches track each step we take and sense each beat of our heart. The smartphones in our pockets know our location at any moment, our hobbies, where we’re going on holiday, and what we’re considering buying.
Washington-based CTIA – a trade association representing the wireless communications industry in the US – has created the CTIA Cybersecurity Certification Program for cellular-connected IoT devices.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is evolving beyond single-focus problem solving to become more of a utility function with Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) solutions. Unlike many early AI solutions that were designed to operate with a narrow focus, AGI will solve problems across multiple domains and many different industry verticals.
As the trade war rages between Washington and Beijing, Waymo has confirmed that it has decided to join Tesla by opening operations in China – the world’s biggest automotive market.
Fog World Congress schedule announced for event focused on transformation through fog computing in AI, IoT and 5G
Event organisers announced the lineup of more than 60 presenters, session tracks, tutorials and panel sessions for Fog World Congress 2018, produced by the OpenFog Consortium in collaboration withIEEE Communications Society. The event takes place in San Francisco, Oct. 1-3.
Integrated Roadways is preparing to install four slabs of concrete embedded with sensors at this intersection in a pilot test with the Colorado Department of Transportation.
UK startup Skyports is investing in London rooftop spaces with a view to building a drone infrastructure network.
C3 IoT has announced a strategic partnership with Google Cloud aiming to boost artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) development for enterprise digital transformation.
South Korean electronics giant LG has confirmed that it will unveil a ‘human-centric’ wearable robot to the public at the IFA 2018 show in Berlin next week.
Consumers continue to be intrigued by IoT devices – yet almost two thirds polled by Dynatrace admit they have already encountered performance issues with serious injury a potential risk.