The Internet of Things is undoubtedly flavour of the month, but taking your project from initial concept to successful completion isn't straightforward and requires careful planning. Helen Saunders offers five key steps companies should take to minimise the risks to their projects.
The phrase “data is the new oil” may be more than a decade ago old, but it’s only in more recent years that the ability to collect, combine and analyse vast amounts of data has been within arm’s reach of every business.
In the third article of this series, Alan Griffiths of Cambashi looks into how different technology companies work together to provide Industrial IoT solutions and how the money flows. In other words, ‘Who pays whom for what?’
British defence, security and aerospace company, BAE Systems has announced it testing a new integrated Bluetooth and sensing technology which reports the remaining service-life of military bridging systems.
The world’s key industries need to improve their approach to digital security as information technology and operational technology move closer together, a core enabler in embracing the Internet of Things.
One of the world’s leading speciality chemicals companies, Evonik, has announced a €100m investment in digitalisation and has entered a strategic partnership with IBM and Germany’s Duisburg-Essen University.