Quantum Computing: Assessing the Risks

Quantum Computing Assessing the Risks
Encryption & Key Management , Next-Generation Technologies & Secure Development , Security Operations William Dixon of World Economic Forum on Improving Infrastructure Anna Delaney (annamadeline) • May 26, 2021     William Dixon, head of future networks and technology,...

The ultimate consumer tech gadgets guide of 2021—smart home, IoT, robots, and more » Gadget Flow

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Looking for some strategies to take pressure off of your everyday duties? Or perhaps you want to feel more comfortable and safer indoors with a gadget that can dim lights, automatically lock doors, and create a digital zen without you having to touch a button. Check out today's daily digest to discover the best consumer tech gadgets that tick those boxes. If you want to make your home smarter, we have several gadgets that can help. This list of 15 gadgets can raise your home’s IQ while adding more convenience to your life. Because not all of us enjoy gardening and vacuuming, and we don’t all feel safe indoors when home alone. So, in this article, we’re sharing a spectrum of consumer tech gadgets that you can use every day that host a mountain of benefits. Related: HTC launches two new high-spec...

Reimagining the Construction Industry with AI, IoT, VR, AR, Blockchain and Cloud Computing

Reimagining the Construction Industry with AI IoT VR AR Blockchain and Cloud Computing
AI, IoT, blockchain, AR, VR and cloud computing technologies are reshaping the construction industry.  Now, the introduction of digital technologies in construction is about to change the construction industry forever. In November 2018, two buildings collapsed in the city of Marseilles in France. While the authorities found six dead bodies in the rubble, many others went missing in the debris, and the search operation became extremely challenging given the heavy rains. Construction deficiencies and failures can be responsible for not just millions of dollars’ worth of property loss but can end up taking several lives too. Such situations can be avoided with the help of digital technologies in construction.Modern technologies can automate vital operations and create a data-driven and collaborative approach towards construction. Leveraging...

Resource Constraints Undercut the ROI of IoT at the Edge

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While IoT devices show major ROI operating at the far reaches of the network, there are still major power and compute resource constraints that hinder adoption. IoT at the edge has gained momentum and is creating various benefits for autonomous driving, predictive monitoring and video streaming. IoT devices at the edge benefit from small form factors but also pose challenges in terms of compute and power constraints. Enterprises have only begun to understand how to successfully deploy IoT at the edge, as a result. While IoT at the edge of the network continues to make strides, resource constraints pose ample challenges to these devices. Internet of Things (IoT) devices today benefit from lower network latency at the edge and greater data intelligence on device. This can enable a variety of tasks, from autonomous driving to real-time video...

The Eclipse Foundation Unveils its New Vision for Managing and Operating Edge Computing Environments via Open Source Software

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BRUSSELS, Belgium, April 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Eclipse Foundation, one of the world’s largest open source software foundations, as well as the Edge Native Working Group, today announced the release of a new white paper entitled “EdgeOps: A New Vision For Edge Computing” The paper articulates a new approach for building software solutions for edge computing environments, with an emphasis on open source. EdgeOps is an adaptation of DevOps, with a focus on software, tooling and processes for edge computing environments. It specifically addresses the challenges of edge computing, such as power, security, latency, communication protocols, etc., and takes into account the characteristics of edge computing solutions and associated deployment approaches required in an edge environment. The white paper is available now as a free...

Cloud Computing in Industrial IoT Market Size, Status and Precise Outlook 2021-2027

Cloud Computing in Industrial IoT Market Size Status and Precise
Cloud Computing in Industrial IoT The Global Report on Cloud Computing in Industrial IoT Market Size, Status, Growth and Forecast 2021-2027. Cloud Computing in Industrial IoT Market research report is the new statistical data source. It uses several approaches for analyzing the data of target market such as primary and secondary research methodologies. It includes investigations based on historical records, current statistics, and futuristic developments. Cloud Computing in Industrial IoT Market is predicted to grow at a significant CAGR in the forecast period. The research report details the classification of the Global Cloud Computing in Industrial IoT Market. The Global Cloud Computing in Industrial IoT Market is divided into several segments based on materials, types, applications, and end users. The report also includes a geographic analysis...

Improving customer experience with IOT devices and edge computing

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Information is a critical element in creating a personalized experience and the more information you have, the better the experience you can create. Using IoT devices we can now collect more information than ever before and can deliver it intelligently on digital signage screens, providing contextual messaging that improves the visitor experience in public venues such as airports, sports arenas, and conference spaces. From cameras, to sensors, RFID tags, and many others, we are awash in devices that collect data. Sensors are used in spaces such as airports to automate changes to wayfinding and enable gesture based control in a touchless environment making people comfortable interacting with kiosks. Edge computing collects data from local devices and uses it to determine the content shown on an individual digital screen.During this webinar Chris...

Future Of Work: How 5G And Edge Computing Will Revolutionise The Workplace Experience

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5G and edge computing are poised to change the way workspaces process data. 5G and edge computing are poised to change the way workspaces process data. Both technologies address the latency issues many workspaces face. Spaces can also introduce new ways of working, providing a competitive edge.  The IoT is getting an upgrade. While people are left wondering why they need a smart toilet in the first place, 5G networks and edge computing will introduce a new era of gadgets and applications for savvy workspaces — ones that your members actually want to use.  What is edge computing?  Edge computing is essentially computing that’s done at the edge of a network. In other words, computing that’s done at or very near to the source of the data. This massively reduces the response times — or latency — of your web...

IoT and Edge Computing Tech Make Smart Buildings Healthier for the Return of Office Workers

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NEW YORK, March 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Veea Inc., a pioneer in smart edge connectivity and computing, announced a collaboration with Innovatus Capital Partners and Wynd Technologies Inc. to offer an Air Quality Monitoring (AQM) Solution for commercial office buildings. The initial deployment is in operation at the Innovatus Highland Ridge office park in Nashville, TN managed by Lincoln Property Company, and demonstrates continued Innovatus commitment to improving the environmental quality of office workspaces. This is crucial in building the confidence that tenants and their staffs require to confidently return to pre-COVID utilization and occupancy levels. "We are focused on supporting operational and environmental wellness in the facilities we manage. Clean air and clean, secure technology are core ingredients of this initiative" said...

AI, IoT and quantum computing: CES 2021 tech trends | Digital

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CES may not have been able to host a physical event this year (the first time in its 50-year history), but that certainly didn't put a damper on the volume and quality of tech innovation on show. The pandemic has forced all of us to adopt technology in ways we never imagined before and at scale, yet despite the numerous challenges this presents to tech firms, the pace of innovation has not waned in the past year. From artificial intelligence to 5G to quantum computing, below I will summarise some of the key technology trends that emerged at CES 2021 and how they will shape the next decade, starting with those closest to becoming a reality. Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) becomes all-pervasive We have seen the mass adoption of AI and IoT devices in our lives in the past decade. The coming decade will see the adoption of IoT devices...