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JBS to use blockchain for sustainable livestock supply chain

JBS to use blockchain for sustainable livestock supply chain

Application and Middleware

AR takes data centre maintenance to the next level

Application and Middleware

Adobe takes pain away in reading PDFs on mobile devices

AI and Machine Learning

OpenBlue Innovation Center eyes APAC for smart building goals

AI and Machine Learning
CY Wong, Platysens CEO chats with an Arrow Open Lab staff member.

Arrow and Platysens develop smart wearable for pro swimmers

Big Data and Analytics

Acronis to secure Airspeeder electric flying car race

Big Data and Analytics

NTT revamps technology platform for 2020 Tour de France

AI and Machine Learning
A member of the ALYN Hospital team demonstrates the use of a robotic arm designed to assist patients with spinal injuries in performing daily tasks. Using funding and technology support from Accenture, as well as Intel’s neuromorphic technology, researchers from the Open University of Israel and ALYN Hospital will refine the device and clinically evaluate it with pediatric patients. (Credit: ALYN Hospital)

Wheelchair-mounted robotic arm research gets boost from Intel and Accenture

AI and Machine Learning
Assistant professor Harold Soh (left) and Assistant professor Benjamin Tee (right) with their   team members (second from left to right) Sng Weicong, Tasbolat Taunyazov and See Hian. (Credit: National University of Singapore)

NUS research team imbues robot with a sense of touch

AI and Machine Learning

AWS eyes industrial customers with new managed IoT service

Automotive
Image by Eiji Kikuta from Pixabay

Surge in obsolete network devices pose cybersecurity risk

Cloud and Platforms

SpaceChain and Core Semiconductor forge IoT device pact

Blockchain

Japan’s smart eye camera listed as a medical device by IAPB

Devices
Itzik Feiglevitch, product manager for IoT Cyber Security at Check Point Software Technologies

FutureIoT QuickTakes: Integrating IoT security into the enterprise

Application

NNNCo to roll out LoRaWAN IoT networks for Australian farms

Commercial
Photo from Philips Hue webpage.

Smart lightbulbs could be a launchpad for cyberattacks

Devices
ric Hui, director of IoT business development at Equinix Asia-Pacific

FutureIoT QuickTakes: 5G – not the universal connectivity for IoT

Big Data and Analytics
Eric Hui, director of IoT business development at Equinix Asia-Pacific

FutureIoT QuickTakes: IoT and cloud symbiosis

Cloud and Platforms

ABI Research: 5 challenges holding back IoT in the O&G industry

Big Data and Analytics

Taoyuan Metro to launch contactless payment

Commercial
Photo by Pixabay from Pexels

FutureIoT QuickTakes: State of IoT regulation

Governance, Standards and Regulations
Rahul Nambiar, co-founder of Singapore-based robotics start-up Botsync

FutureIoT QuickTakes: Best practices for introducing robots into operations

Application
Photo from Microsoft Hong Kong website

AI and IoT help boost HK fencers’ Olympics dream

AI and Machine Learning
Photo by The Lazy Artist Gallery from Pexels

Getting past PoC: an IoT story

Application
Image by William Iven from Pixabay

Singaporean healthtech firm: 11 years lost on smart devices

Big Data and Analytics
Photo from Nokia

Sendai City tested a Nokia drone during simulated tsunami alert

Commercial
Photo by Scott Webb / unsplash

Making connections count with IoT

AI and Machine Learning
Nissan has developed “dual-sided dieless forming,” a technique using robots to make car parts out of sheet steel. This could make replacement parts for discontinued models more widely available for customers. Thanks to its flexible production, short lead times and minimal upfront costs, the new technique could make it commercially viable to produce and sell a wide variety of after-service and replacement parts in small volumes for cars that Nissan no longer makes. This was previously not possible due to the high upfront costs and long lead times to develop and make dies for stamped parts.

Nissan’s new robot tech breathes new life to old car models

Automotive
Calliope Station in central Queensland, Australia (Photo: screengrab from YouTube)

Calliope Station in Australia improves farm operations with IoT

Case Studies

The business value of data movement

AI and Machine Learning

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