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AI is powerful Magic: Interview with Toby Walsh

AI is powerful Magic: Interview with Toby Walsh

AI is powerful Magic: Interview with Toby Walsh – A Conversation about Artifcial Intelligence and developments.

IoT Health-Care: A shot of…

IoT Health-Care: A shot of…

The value of the IoT health-care sector is set to surpass $136 billion by 2021. As the prospect of truly connected health care becomes a reality, which digital services should hospitals be looking to adopt to better serve patients.

Bionics and IoT: Man Machines

Bionics and IoT: Man Machines

Most people think of science fiction when they hear the word “cyborg”. But we do not have to take a trip to the movies to find examples of human enhancements described here as Bionics and IoT.

Public Transport: Internet of Bikes

Public Transport: Internet of Bikes

Bike-sharing is growing with breathtaking speed all over the world. Thanks to IoT technology, the systems are improving just as rapidly, bringing dramatic changes to urban mobility.

IoT Agriculture: Betting the Farm

IoT Agriculture: Betting the Farm

When thinking about applications for automation, robots, and connected sensors, their industrial uses immediately come to mind, but taking a closer look at developments in agriculture unearths a number of surprises.

IoT Embedded Computing: The next wave of Smart Things

IoT Embedded Computing: The next wave of Smart Things

Look inside any of the billions of smart things connected to the IoT and what would you see? Most will have one or more microcontrollers (MCUs) to do some or all of the “thinking” for these connected objects.

Smart Airports: IoT is Taking off

Smart Airports: IoT is Taking off

Airports are a massive part of the economy and key players in regional growth and development. They bring many different operators and interest groups together – from airlines, ground handlers, and air traffc management to consumers, retailers and regulators.

Robot 2020: Join the Conversation

Robot 2020: Join the Conversation

Robots have hands and feet, arms and legs, a torso of some sort or another, and a kind of head sitting on top, maybe with bulging, fly-like faceted eyes, or camera lenses that stare back at its human master. If that’s what you think robots of the future will look like, think again. Chances are robots in 2020
and beyond will look more like a can of sardines.

Visible Things : Bringing flexibility to the IoT

Visible Things : Bringing flexibility to the IoT

The Director of Innovation at Avnet Silica discusses some of the challenges and choices in developing systems and IoT applications, and how the Visible Things platform can enable fast and easy development of secure, scalable edge-to-enterprise solutions for a host of industrial applications. ■ by John Jones There are many […]

Infrastructure and IoT: Bridges to the Future

Infrastructure and IoT: Bridges to the Future

How do the authorities identify where the biggest problems lie and decide which to throw money at first from their shrinking budgets for infrastructure?