by Marina Freitag, Newcastle University
Internet connected devices need power. That either means connecting them to the grid, which limits what we can use them for, or using batteries. To avoid this, my colleagues and I are helping develop a new type of smart solar cell that can adapt to the amount of available light.
by John Koetsier
Three years ago Google subsidiary Sidewalk Labs floated visions of smart self-driving cars and smarter technology making Toronto, Canada, a leader among smart cities. Last week, that all died. Sidewalk Labs canceled the Quayside project on May 7.
by Michael Vizard
A report published this week by Sepio Systems suggests the number of devices being attached to corporate networks since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic began has increased sharply.
by Malcolm Murphy
For enterprises to hit their next milestone, they need to innovate at speed and at scale. To maintain a dynamic remote working environment, it is also imperative to consider the importance of branch and remote security, but are businesses prioritizing the right cybersecurity measures?
by Meghan Bartels
China launched the first two satellites in a new constellation that will support internet-connected objects today. The satellites aboard, Xingyun-2 01 and Xingyun-2 02, are the first in a planned constellation of 80 low Earth orbit satellites designed to support the Internet of Things.
by Gordon Feller
Despite the hype that "anything IoT" has prompted over the years, a growing number of organizations in government and industry have begun to show genuine hesitation before diving right in.
by Cailin Crowe
A new study from the Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI) at San Jose State University found many shortcomings in the cooperation and regulatory structure between local jurisdictions and the federal government, in regards to drones or Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS).
by Austin Weber
Next-generation wireless technology is transforming production processes. 5G promises to dramatically transform the way that conveyors, fastening tools, robots and other production equipment perform and interact on the plant floor. It will drive numerous Industry 4.0 initiatives, improving the automation of production processes and real-time monitoring of machine conditions.
by Ishita Chigilli Palli
The increasing use of internet-connected devices within manufacturing facilities is opening up new ways for hackers to target so-called "smart" factories with unconventional attack methods, according to an analysis by security firm Trend Micro and the Polytechnic University of Milan.
by Winnie Tang
A holistic approach is crucial for the success of implementing smart city development in Hong Kong, which includes engaging in discussion with all sectors of society.
by Charlotte Puechmaille
For the last several years, there has been a rise in discussions and research around the promise of connected health devices helping manage and prevent chronic conditions as well as healthcare spending. However, today a number of factors are coming together to make that promise a reality.