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LTE/4G communications: The Man in the Moon Gets a Mobile

LTE/4G communications: The Man in the Moon Gets a Mobile

Nokia has been named by NASA as a partner to deploy the first LTE/4G communications system on the moon. As a first step towards a sustainable human presence on the lunar surface and beyond.

Column Bernd Schöne: Documentation – Damn the Cost!

Column Bernd Schöne: Documentation – Damn the Cost!

Long-term Storage – Bernd Schöne in his column: Have you ever wondered how old the most important software packages in the world are? Spoiler alert: they’re very old.

IoT Connectivity: From Baby Steps to Giant Strides

IoT Connectivity: From Baby Steps to Giant Strides

IoT connectivity is growing by leaps and bounds, promising amazing changes ahead. Experience is rapidly bearing out the predicted trend of a stunning number of “smart” devices appearing in businesses, at home, and in the public sphere.

Next-Gen Drones: The Sky’s No Limit

Next-Gen Drones: The Sky’s No Limit

Csaba Singer hates the word “drone,” which may seem surprising because that’s what his small company makes – except that his next-gen drone looks like a giant, inflatable frisbee with two, tiny, diametrically opposed wings.

Urban Robots: Street Smarts

Urban Robots: Street Smarts

Technologists and business titans are all pushing the limits of technology in a breathtaking sprint to bring robots to our streets. Their vision for using urban robots in our cities seems to be limitless. We ask how far, and how fast, is this progressing, and to what ends?

AI means Business

AI means Business

Around the world, artificial intelligence (AI) is almost everywhere. In just a few years, it has spread beyond something only technology nerds get excited about, to permeate every realm of business, from supply chains to hiring, manufacturing to marketing, and customer services to medicine.

Column Bernd Schöne: Long-Term Storage – Going, Going – Done!

Column Bernd Schöne: Long-Term Storage – Going, Going – Done!

For a long time, I’ve been wanting to store my data permanently. No, I don’t mean on a USB stick or a hard drive. I mean something really, really durable.

Swarm Intelligence: Learning from Ants

Swarm Intelligence: Learning from Ants

Cars that drive by themselves and robots operating autonomously are an increasing feature of modern life. This is made possible by using state-of-the-art computer technology that simulates thinking and decision making processes in our brain. To prevent the many new road users from getting in each other’s way, they also […]