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Edge computing and mobile coverage essential to digitization in the NHS

The IoT has the potential to transform the way hospitals communicate and operate for both patient interaction and behind the scenes logistics. Reliable ICT networks are integral to the process.

The NHS is at a defining moment thanks to Covid-19. It’s neither sustainable nor feasible for this longstanding institution to deliver patient care the way it did pre-pandemic because public expectations and the socioeconomic landscape have changed beyond all recognition. ...

Biometric door locks

With consumers increasingly clued-up about the importance of robust home security and the rising number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, creating new implementation options, this is a sector set for long-term growth.

Designing a secure PCB

Hackers are a risk to the security of any device but while they can hack machines and steal essential details and data, it is possible to prevent hackers accessing your printed circuit board (PCB) design and it’s not as difficult as it seems if you implement security using a series of steps.

Electronic industry trends for 2021

The world has never experienced such a year. With the global pandemic have come new norms for how we live such as a proliferation of remote working and our changed interaction with technology.

Data Loss Prevention: AI vs Human Insight

Oliver Paterson, Product Expert VIPRE Security Awareness Training and SafeSend, explains where Artificial Intelligence can play an effective part in a cyber defence strategy and where it can present challenges to the user.

Digitalisation set to accelerate in 2021

Hannes Niederhauser, CEO of S&T, has identified five defining trends in the industry for the coming year: Predictive Maintenance, High Performance Computing/AI, 5G and 10G-PON, Functional Safety and the SDC standard in the medical sector.

AI trends for 2021 and beyond

Johanna Pingel and David Willingham, deep learning product managers, MathWorks take a look at some of the AI and electronic engineering trends for 2021, and beyond.

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