From sensors to AI, 5G and the future of mobility, CES 2020 made it clear that partnerships are necessary for how we will build a connected future, personalized wellness is becoming a need to have instead of a nice to have and AI is becoming less of a buzzword and more of an actuality.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming the way we learn because it is altering the way we live. AI experts say that the AI-driven IoT is going to change our lives in unprecedented ways.
Read this post and find about security vulnerabilities found in Amazon Echo and Yandex Station as weall as about dodgy apps on Alexa and Google Home.
5G networks offer excellent capabilities that make them the ideal choice to meet the wide variety of needs in the construction industry.
IoT is about to undergo a huge leap forward, but hardly anyone knows about it. It’s called “swarm robotics,” and it involves bees and other social insects changing the world.
Digital twins solve the challenges of real-time data processing by bringing together data from IT and OT systems, IoT sensors and third-party data in a contextual representation of your built environment.
AI is conquering all the spheres of our modern world. Not all these changes are beneficial, so it’s important to step back and evaluate the effects.
Formula 1 teams are pioneering new IoT and data sharing technologies that will soon become features of the consumer's connected car. Through 5G and V2X (vehicle-to-everything), innovations that are powering modern motorsports are finding their way from the racetrack to the roadway.
Today, one only has to step out onto a New York street or fly over LA’s tangled highways to see the problems: auto-clogged roads, low-lying vehicle-fume smog, and barely-moving lines of single drivers sitting in multi-passenger cars. Some (mistakenly) cast luxurious self-driving cars as a means to turn the frustrations of a daily commute into a valuable period of relaxation or productivity. In this piece, I explain why that strategy won’t just be ineffective and worsen our commutes, but will also ultimately compel consumers to embrace the very transport philosophy that made us traffic-beleaguered in the first place. I also make a case for why using self-driving cars as public transport can be used as a means to eradicate driving dependence in the long term.
This article looks at the role of RPA in the data center of the future, the so-called 'smart data center.' We explore why data centers need to smarten up, what types of RPA are available, how RPA can be integrated into the data center and the benefits of doing so.