The UK government has launched the Urban Connected Communities project, which will develop a large-scale, city-wide test bed for 5G internet infrastructure.
Four in five UK manufacturers believe "Smart Factory" technologies will improve their supply chain relationships, according to the latest Annual Manufacturing Report.
Microsoft has announced to invest £3.5bn in the Internet of Things over the next four years to give its customers the ability to transform their businesses, and the world at large, with connected solutions.
There is expected to be more than 125 million passenger cars with embedded connectivity on the roads within the next four years, a new report has shown.
Airplane and satellite manufacturer Boeing is to invest in nanosatellite communications startup Myriota (Adelaide, Australia), which offers direct-to-orbit IoT connectivity for remote locations.
Business improvement company, BSI, has launched a compliance scheme and governance framework allowing ‘smart’ devices and applications to be assessed against the government’s new IoT proposed code of practice.
Manufacturers are using the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) to enable better safety protocols and quicker fixes to maintenance issues, a new report has shown.
Almost 20% of organisations observed at least one IoT-based attack in the past three years, and worldwide spending on IoT security will rise by 28%, reaching £1.06bn in 2018, a new survey revealed.
IoT software and services in the pharmaceutical sector will be worth $2.4bn (£1.7bn) by 2020, according to newly released data.
Thanks to remote monitoring, predictive maintenance and connected field service, the Internet of Things is reshaping manufacturing and stimulating a host of new opportunities for the sector.