IoT

While the Internet of Things is still something of a misnomer, low-power wide-area (LPWA) technologies in combination with IoT platforms and AI can be used to leverage continuous improvements in product design and working practices

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Scottish National Park installs IoT monitoring

Internet of Things (IoT) services provider North has announced plans to install a range of gateways and sensor devices to “enhance the visitor experience” at the UK’s largest National Park situated in the the Scottish highlands.

The use of IoT sensors at Cairngorms ...

Mayor makes new guidelines for London’s use of smart city tech

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has published a new Emerging Technology Charter outlining guidelines for the trialling and deployment of new data-enabled smart city technology including face biometrics.

The mayor said he hoped the new charter would encourage local ...

Fujitsu and NEC to accelerate base station interoperability

Japanese technology giant Fujitsu has teamed up with NEC Corporation to develop technologies to improve interoperability testing between 5G base station equipment across different countries.

This initiative will be implemented as part of the 'Post 5G Infrastructure ...

Telekom turns to AI to complete Beethoven’s 10th Symphony

Deutsche Telekom has announced that the world premiere performance of the complete artificial intelligence-created ‘Beethoven’s Unfinished Symphony’, will take place in October.

Legendary music composer Ludwig van Beethoven composed nine symphonies and began working ...

Cegeka scores Belgium’s first 5G stadium

Mobile operator Cegeka has announced an agreement with football club Racing Genk to create the first 5G stadium in Belgium.

As part of the 10-year deal the four-time Belgian Pro League champions will rebrand their home ground, the Luminus stadium in Genk, into the ...

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Digital home-learning tools

Vaughan O’Grady talks to Amazon and Lenovo about the future for education following the recent, massive uptake of digital home-learning tools.

A glance at recent headlines shows what could be seen as a frantic dash by governments and technology companies to deliver ...

Stopping COVID-19 transmission

The global pandemic has prompted the development of a variety of communications solutions intended to help maintain the health of those in the workplace. Vaughan O’Grady investigates.

Communications vendors have made a variety of valuable contributions during the ...

True potential of smart cities

There is a fine balance between reducing congestion in inner cities and towns and delivering effective transportation systems to support local businesses and city dwellers.

Smart cities are gaining traction, with worldwide spending on connected city initiatives ...

Constructing connectivity

Providing full connectivity to large construction sites has always been a challenge, but now companies want to access broadband data and deploy IoT applications to locate workers and equipment and for health and security monitoring, as Simon Creasey reports

Few ...

Lasting foundations

As we step into a new decade, smart city projects must shift from pilot to full-scale deployment.

The concept of a smart city promises to simplify and enhance many aspects of life in an urban environment. Yet this is no longer a new idea. Smart city projects have been ...

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