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How IoT can help us achieve a net zero energy future

How IoT can help us achieve a net zero energy future

Reading Time: 7 minutes Global energy demand is set to increase by a staggering 5% in 2021 and 4% in 2022. Although this jump is in part due to the post-pandemic economic bounceback, it reflects a larger trend. Between 2017 and 2018, energy demand grew by 2.3%, with CO2 emissions reaching a record high. Compared to pre-Industrial Revolution levels, […]

6 ways IoT and AI can improve process efficiency and product quality in manufacturing

6 ways to improve process and quality in a manufacturing business using IoT and AI

Reading Time: 8 minutes The goal of every producer is to deliver high-quality products and increase customer satisfaction continuously. A proven way to achieve this is via process optimization driven by IoT and AI-based solutions, however, only about 12% of manufacturers have leveraged these technologies successfully.   Several surveys have revealed that, while most manufacturers want to adopt these technologies, […]

IoT platforms in the media industry

IoT platform

Reading Time: 3 minutes The Internet of Things (IoT) is a technology that has come to stay. IoT is much more than current machine-to-machine (M2M). Classical M2M is mainly oriented to remote metering and remote control, while IoT platforms are one of the pillars of the realm of big data. However, the acronym M2M is no longer in use, […]

Is telco geared to reap the fruits of smart homes, cities and CISS?

CISS

Reading Time: 4 minutes Attend any given telco conference and still, after several years now, you’ll hear the same buzzwords: IoT and digital transformation. These are likely to be mixed in with other flavours of the moment like AI, CISS, cloud, and smart homes. However, the industry’s love affair with this jargon isn’t unfounded. The sector is under pressure […]

Helix IPTV: A prime example of grey-zone IPTV

helix iptv

Reading Time: 4 minutes At current rates, it’s possible that regular broadcast TV will become a thing of the past as younger generations turn towards streaming services. As it stands, video on demand (VoD) platforms can replace regular broadcast TV in almost all cases, with the exception of news coverage and major events, like Premier League football games or […]

Insights into the IoT-powered smart factory

smart factory

Reading Time: 3 minutes A smart factory is a highly digitized and connected production facility, enabled by IoT connected devices. The term Internet of Things generally refers to scenarios where network connectivity and computing capability extends to objects, sensors and everyday items not normally considered computers. This allows these devices to generate, exchange and consume data with minimal human […]

The evolution of Machine to Machine (M2M) networks to massive Machine Type Communications (mMTC)

m2m

Reading Time: 7 minutes Communications are changing rapidly. Since the introduction of the first LAN connections, device connectivity has rapidly proliferated into vast cloud networks. Today, the evolution of Machine to Machine (M2M) connections into massive Machine Type Communications – otherwise known as the Internet of Things (IoT) – marks a significant turning point for the Telecom, Media & […]

Is IPTV good business for telecom operators?

iptv

Reading Time: 3 minutes Today, it seems that services like Netflix and YouTube are consolidating their hold on the media industry. These “over-the-top” (OTT) platforms stream media directly to users via an Internet connection, thus bypassing broadcast television providers. The growing popularity of OTT platforms signals a democratisation of digital media content (to an extent), allowing users to access […]

Cyber security and IoT in a 5G reality

cyber security

Reading Time: 3 minutes 5G is coming – and with this new digital landscape we can expect an exponential increase in IoT devices. This presents new challenges in regard to cyber security; as many are well aware, devices that connect to large external WiFi or Cloud networks can be at risk. Until recently, enterprises have accepted that they can […]