IoT take up increases

In its fourth IoT Barometer, Vodafone says 28% of organisations surveyed are already using IoT, with a further 35% ‘less than a year away’ from launching their own projects. The survey also determined that 75% of businesses say the IoT will be ‘critical’ for the future success of any organisation in their sector.

  • IoT take up increases, but security concerns linger

    In its fourth IoT Barometer, Vodafone says 28% of organisations surveyed are already using IoT, with a further 35% ‘less than a year away’ from launching their own projects. The survey also determined that 75% of businesses say the IoT will be ‘critical’ for ... Read More
  • Composites may integrate data communications capability

    Composite materials could be used to create high capacity, resilient data transfer networks capable of transmitting information at rates of up to 6Gbit/s, according to TWI.

    The technology organisation has developed a process called SurFlow in which ...
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  • FTJ based memories could be smaller, more power efficient

    Work undertaken at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology could lead to smaller memory chips that consume less power and which can be controlled and probed by light.

    The technology is based on a ferroelectric tunnel junction (FTJ) – ...
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  • Energy device for wireless nodes, wearables

    UMAL is a low-profile, high capacity energy device designed to meet the demand for a slim high capacity energy source. According to developer Murata, UMAL has charge/discharge and life cycle characteristics superior to conventional secondary batteries.
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