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The Future of Drone Delivery Systems – NEM Catapult & IoT

This article goes over several challenges and solutions in the up-and-coming drone delivery industry. Tangible use cases of blockchain and IoT are presented to solve the current problems, and provide overall robustness to this relatively new technological concept. Concepts such as ownership, access control, data logging, and peer-to-peer deliveries are covered.
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Google, Uber and Amazon: The Race to Put Drones in Our Skies

Three powerful tech giants—Google, Amazon and Uber—have different smart city projects underway. They're all racing to put drones in the sky.
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Delivering Mission-Critical Data to Enhance First Responders’ Work

FirstNet is enabling first responders to act both more effectively and more safely in emergency situations through the use of next-gen technologies.
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Smart Farming: The Future of Agriculture

As a Ukrainian, my parents and grandparents lived in the era of the infamous Soviet collective farms, in which tractors were considered to be an ultimate technology. For them,...
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Toward Autonomous Drones Under $200

From mythical flying horses to da Vinci to the Wright brothers, we have always held a special place in our hearts for flying objects. Thanks to science and technology, our fascination...

IoT Applications in Agriculture

IoT has the capability to influence the world we live in; advanced industries, connected vehicles, and smarter cities are all components of the IoT equation. However, applying technology like IoT to...
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Game of Drones: GoT vs. IoT Season 2

If you read Game of Things - GoT vs. IoT Season 1, you know I go to work at an IoT startup, I go home to watch Thrones, and I’m having...
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The Evolution of Sensors, from Canaries to Drones

Sensors have existed for longer than the internet has, and much longer than the Internet of Things (IoT). Once upon a time, canaries sensed danger and martyred themselves in coal-mines. Now drones...

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