A faster connectivity in the form of 5G is now imminent and for businesses it is an exciting prospect, but with this comes the crucial need for improved cybersecurity.
The UK digital economy is worth nearly £184bn and the size of the digital connectivity prize has never been bigger. To maintain this momentum the UK needs to seamlessly integrate 5G, and fast.
If your company recently adopted IoT solutions to improve the capability and functionality of its products, you’re likely already thinking ahead to the next steps: determining the value of these solutions and gauging their success.
Artificial intelligence is disrupting healthcare at a swift pace, and systems need to fully embrace a digitally-led restructure. Though for stretched health services like the NHS, it is not so simple.
Artificial intelligence could be the answer to Heathrow’s third runway expansion, and this could boost British manufacturing.
The adoption of new technologies has continued to surge at an unprecedented rate. Though recent blunders - Huawei espionage accusations, drone disruption and Google’s £44m GDPR fine - show the fragility and misuse of today’s tech.
Global sportswear manufacturer, Nike, has launched a pair of self-lacing trainers that can adapt to the unique shape of the wearer’s foot and can be controlled via a smartphone.
For manufacturers, the end of the year and the beginning of a new one is the time to reflect on what you accomplished, what you need to improve, and what you want to achieve going forward.
Nexus Intelligent Engineering (Nexus IE) has partnered with a globally leading healthcare company, to fast track the development of a smart hub that could make healthcare systems more efficient.
Founder and managing director of a smart sensor technology business, Heba Bevan, has been recognised in the New Year’s Honours list for the company's contribution to international trade.