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25th November 2020

LeddarTech CTO outlines its plans for getting autonomous ...

Ahead of his session at Sensors & IoT Virtual World Week, where he’ll be discussing Sensing Modalities & Actionable Data for Automated Driving, Pierre Olivier outlines LiDAR and perception’s role in self-driving cars
Industrial, Infrastructure, IoT, Latest News, Sensors, Smart Cities
19th November 2020

Research boosts fibre-optic sensor performance up to 100 times

A new system that allows fibre-optic sensors to send data up to 100 times faster along conventional optical fibres has been developed by researchers at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and the Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications.
Aeronautics, Defence, Industrial, Latest News, Sensors
9th November 2020

UK drone projects win multimillion-pound government backing

Projects that use sensor-packed drones and sustainable electric aviation to carry out remote inspections, fight fires, protect the environment, and battle the coronavirus are among the first to receive a share of £33.5 million in government funding.
Industrial, IoT, Latest News, Manufacturing, Robotics, Sensors
19th October 2020

Sensors at centre of new manufacturing sustainability drive

Chris Middleton hears how the government is calling for investor partners to help make manufacturing more sustainable. Sensors are at the core of a new UK government investment drive to back greater sustainability in foundation industries.
Industrial, IoT, Latest News, Sensors
14th October 2020

Edge deployments surging in UK and worldwide, says ...

Forty-four percent of UK IT leaders say they are using edge technologies, with a further 21 percent planning to do so in the next year – a combined total of nearly two-thirds of organisations.
Aeronautics, Latest News, Manufacturing, Medical, Sensors
13th October 2020

5G will create ‘$8 trillion global GDP increase’, claims ...

The predicted boom will come from physical industries and the IoT, reports Chris Middleton. But is the report all that it appears to be?