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Posted on 30th Nov 2015 by Manfred Kube in IoT
Posted on 30th Oct 2015 by Manfred Kube in IoT
The Smart Toys of the future will be interactive and intelligent; in this post, we explain how they will help bring Toy Story to life.
Posted on 14th Oct 2015 by Manfred Kube in IoT
Secure Elements are essential to laying a foundation of trust and enabling new IoT business models. In this post, we’ve highlighted the top three segments of the Industrial IoT where using Secure Elements is the key to building trust and enabling new business and services.
Posted on 2nd Oct 2015 by Manfred Kube in IoT
Oktoberfest is in full swing at the moment and is being enjoyed all over the world by over 6 million people. In this post, we look how the IoT could improve the experience for everyone.
Posted on 28th Sep 2015 by Haider Iqbal in IoT
There’s a growing need for security and remote management of connected cars, but how do we make sure all these vehicles can be trusted?
Posted on 17th Sep 2015 by Tim Cawsey in IoT
Rugby is a brilliant game, but it can be dangerous; in this post, we highlight 3 technologies that will improve the game’s safety record, and protect future generations of players.
Posted on 9th Sep 2015 by Tauri Cox in IoT
The Internet of Things has quickly become the next big step in technology, but one-sized connectivity doesn’t fit all. Take a look at how the first module of its kind can keep you always landing on your feet.
Posted on 11th Aug 2015 by Tauri Cox in IoT
Wearable technology is the new trend, sparking innovation in all areas: communication, fitness, safety, photography, and more. But one detail is sorely lacking: Style.
Posted on 4th Aug 2015 by Haider Iqbal in IoT
When Haider Iqbal went dune bashing and off-roading, thoughts of connected car safety came to mind, following recent car hacking stories.
The Wired Jeep Hack is not a modern “Christine” but shows we’d better secure who is in the driver’s seat0
Posted on 29th Jul 2015 by Rémi de Fouchier in IoT
Last week, hackers cut the engine of a Wired journalist’s car on the highway. This has implications for trust in the Internet of Things.