China is investing huge sums in cutting-edge technologies, including the Internet of Things. The country’s innovative IoT solutions are internationally competitive – and are coming from small start-ups as well as large companies.
There’s a digital awakening going on in the land of samba and soccer: Brazil’s government wants to accelerate adoption of the Internet of Things in the world’s fifth-largest country by area. Sectors of particular focus are agriculture, smart cities, industrial production and healthcare.
What does the future of medicine look like? How can we better connect patients, doctors and caregivers? And what infrastructure will they need to achieve this? Representatives from Deutsche Telekom discussed these topics and much more with partners, business leaders and healthcare experts including Eckart von Hirschhausen.
More and more companies are discovering that data can fuel completely new business models. Boris Otto, director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineering (ISST) and head of its research project Industrial Data Space (IDS), explains why all this data also requires a marketplace.
The market for IoT security solutions is growing fast. As machines, facilities and smart devices become increasingly linked, additional security measures are required, according to the IT consultancy Gartner.
China is taking the Internet of Things very seriously: Digitalization is starting to impact all aspects of life in the Asian superpower since the government began to promote and fund public IoT projects. The new strategy "Made in China 2025" aims to make the country's IT sector a global player.
Boosting productivity, reducing risk and better integrating customers into business processes: The Internet of Things (IoT) is radically changing the storage and transport of goods.
Modern smartphones, often containing more than two dozen sensors, have turned into mobile measuring stations. Found in virtually every part of the globe, these devices have the potential to provide incredibly valuable troves of data. But there needs to be a rewards system to encourage people to provide this information – and ensure data protection remains intact.
Autonomous vehicles are already on our roads – but are drivers really ready for self-driving cars? A look at the remaining legal and technological challenges to be overcome.
Cities around the world are choking with traffic. New pilot projects are now testing self-driving cars in urban areas. But autonomous vehicles aren’t the only high-tech way for cities to fight traffic chaos.
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