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Mobile IoT gathers pace

Mobile IoT gathers pace

Multiple mobile operators launch live commercial low power wide area networks in licensed spectrum worldwide

Preventing the 'digital dark age'

Preventing the 'digital dark age'

The World Economic Forum has announced the launch of the Global Centre for Cybersecurity at its annual meeting in Davos

Homeland Security calls for smart city innovators

Homeland Security calls for smart city innovators

America’s DHS S&T is putting out a request for innovators seeking to prototype, test and transition cutting-edge emergency response technologies

AerNos to unveil innovative nano gas sensor solutions

AerNos to unveil innovative nano gas sensor solutions

The company will showcase its nano gas sensor products at CES2018 aimed at smart cities and smart homes as well as the wearables and mobile markets

Could smart cities save governments, people and companies $5trillion annually?

Could smart cities save governments, people and companies $5trillion annually?

A new whitepaper by ABI Research analyses the scope for cost-savings and efficiency as a driver for smart city deployments, smart technologies and the IoT

B2B at the forefront of IoT implementation

B2B at the forefront of IoT implementation

Verizon’s report on the state of the Internet of Things shows that opportunity for revenue growth is the biggest factor driving IoT adoption
Platforms and blockchain could see local economies scale

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Platforms and blockchain could see local economies scale

All kinds of economic innovation are underway in many towns and smaller cities that are often overlooked. So far this wave of citizen-centric regeneration is localised, but successful models are emerging and pioneers are exploring ways of harnessing technology to leverage and extend them.