Latest News, Sensors
19th February 2019

Government rolls out GPS tagging of criminals

The government has begun implementing a programme that puts sensors at the heart of a new offender tracking system.
Latest News, Medical, Sensors
14th February 2019

Healthcare IoT: The security challenge of connected devices

A new survey from analytics and AI software provider, Nyansa, based on a survey of Association for Executives in Healthcare Information Technology (AEHIT) members, reveals the security challenges facing healthcare professionals as the Internet of Things (IoT) is rolled out ...
Automotive, Latest News, Manufacturing, Sensors
8th February 2019

Sensors on the move in car manufacturing, says ...

As sensor prices fall, the technology will become increasingly central to automotive manufacturing, says intelligence firm CB Insights, allowing car makers to monitor automated and manual assembly lines, streamline their operations, and predict costly outages before they occur.
Automotive, Latest News, Sensors
6th February 2019

UK strengthens autonomous vehicle trials, but Brexit threatens ...

The British government says that it is looking for new ways to support the advanced trials of autonomous vehicles, supported by a regime of rigorous safety tests.
Latest News, Sensors
28th January 2019

Sensing IoT opportunity: Linux Foundation launches LF Edge

Open source computing organisation The Linux Foundation has announced the launch of LF Edge, an umbrella organisation to establish an open, interoperable framework for edge computing systems.
Automotive, Latest News, Sensors
25th January 2019

Sensors to go: Trends in autonomous transport

Last year was a “banner year for autonomous vehicle technologies”, according to Michelle Avary, Project Head of Autonomous and Urban Mobility at the World Economic Forum (WEF).