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IoT and the Future of Retail: Done Dunning

IoT and the Future of Retail: Done Dunning

Amazon has thrown down the gauntlet to the classic retail trade with its “Just Walk Out” high-street stores. This scared traditional traders but, while China is mobilizing billions to compete, Europe is relying on its culture of regionally fissured markets that has grown over centuries. It is a weakness and a strength at the same time.

In the “Year of the Pig”: Porcine Face Monitoring

In the “Year of the Pig”: Porcine Face Monitoring

Researchers at Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) are developing facial recognition technology that can help farmers assess the emotional and physical well-being of pigs.

3D Inspection via Digital Twins

3D Inspection via Digital Twins

Pepperl+Fuchs has showcased a high-performance 3-D inspection of aerospace components. Pixel-Plus combines data streams from multidimensional TOF sensors with signals from high-resolution color cameras, creating digital representations of real objects.

Augmented-Reality: Making a MES

Augmented-Reality: Making a MES

Augmented Reality (AR) is very much part of the digital revolution in manufacturing. By simply donning a hands-free headset, workers can add a virtual layer of contextual information on top of what they see before them along with detailed information about a machine or process. Today, AR is mainly used in maintenance but, once you realize that the application of AR is only limited by the imagination, that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

IoT in Mining: Deep Connectivity

IoT in Mining: Deep Connectivity

lmost a mile below ground in an iron mine in northern Sweden, human operators control what is going on and plan their attack on valuable seams of iron ore. But unlike the hands-on extraction of decades past, these mining professionals are sitting in an office a thousand kilometers away, relying on IoT sensors, cameras, underground Long-Term Evolution (LTE) networks, and a powerful private cloud to guide their blasting and tunneling in real time with IoT in Mining.

Small Tracker: Apple Enters the Market

Small Tracker: Apple Enters the Market

Apple is apparently set to enter the market for small trackers with Bluetooth connectivity that can be placed on everyday items like keys, wallets, and purses, that allow you to locate such items using your iPhone.

Charles de Gaulle Airport’ Big Bag-Tracking Project

Charles de Gaulle Airport’ Big Bag-Tracking Project

Air France plans to create an RFID-based bag-tracking at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport by 2020. It will be one of the first airlines in the world to implement such a system.

Smart People: IoT startup – I Can Do it Better

Smart People: IoT startup – I Can Do it Better

Gabrielle La Rue is more at home holding a guitar than sitting behind a desk, but that hasn’t stopped her from founding Locketgo, one of the shooting stars of Canada’s IoT startup scene.

Content: Smart Industry – The IoT Business Magazine

Content: Smart Industry – The IoT Business Magazine

Smart Industry – the Business Internet of Things Magazine – The complete overview: stories, columns, interviews and insights.

Transport Supply Chains: Affordable IoT Tracking

Transport Supply Chains: Affordable IoT Tracking

The world is entering a new era in logistics; one where it is possible to oversee the complete supply chain in real time by IoT tracking anywhere, anytime.