Blockchain improves food traceability, from farm to fork

Beyond bitcoin, blockchain provides many other opportunities. Secure, transparent, and immutable, it is seen as a promising tool for modernising agri-food supply...

Sensors in the water industry: The next step to IoT cities

Posted by: Anasia D'mello ensors in the water and wastewater treatment industries are an emerging technology market area, forecast to...

Pollutant monitoring: example of an IoT partnership

Monday 15th of June 2020 Through its Datavenue Ready label, Orange offers dedicated support to players in the Internet...

Connected or even self-driving: The future of cars with 5G

Monday 8th of June 2020 Developing connected (and eventually autonomous) vehicles requires the implementation of Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communication. This...

5G networking infrastructure spend to double in 2020 — Gartner

Gartner says that worldwide 5G networking infrastructure spend will almost double in 2020, with 5G investments set to reach 21.3% of total...

5 Ways IoT Is Reshaping The Travel Industry

by Molly Crockett With travel being one of the largest industries to experience a lot of competition, customers want...

How to ensure smart cities benefit everyone

By 2030, 60 percent of the world’s population is expected to live in mega-cities. How all those people live, and what their lives are...

‘Telepresence’ can help bring advanced courses to schools that don’t offer them

The big idea In schools where students want to take an advanced course that the school doesn’t offer, the telepresence...

Dimitra Simeonidou, Smart Internet Lab: Building smarter cities

By Ryan Daws | 11th March 2020  IoT News caught up with Professor Dimitra Simeonidou to gather her thoughts on building smarter...

Autonomous shuttles help transport COVID-19 tests at Mayo Clinic in Florida

By Tia Ford JACKSONVILLE, Fla. ― For the first time in the U.S., autonomous vehicles are being used to...

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