The concept of a digital world that evolves from the definition of ubiquitous computing is known as the “Internet of Things” (IoT). It is a network of physical devices, vehicles, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity, which enables these objects to collect and exchange data.

BT launches multi-million-pound NB-IoT network to aid UK smart cities 

BT has launched its new multi-million-pound NB-IoT network, which is set to pave the way for more UK smart cities and industries – with the network covering 97%* of the UK population. It is underpinned by the award-winning EE mobile…

Netmore and the future of IoT

In the world of the Internet of Things (IoT), connectivity is the foundational element that powers the interaction between devices, systems, and services. Among the companies driving innovation and efficiency in this domain is Netmore Group who are committed to…

Sercomm to show Vision of Future City at MWC Barcelona

Sercomm announces its participation at Mobile World Congress (MWC) Barcelona 2024. Adhering to the event’s key themes, Sercomm will exhibit its cutting-edge solutions across three areas: 5G, Intelligent Diagnostic Platform, and Digitalised Service for City. The conference is scheduled from 26-29  February at Fira Gran Via…

Trends and markets in smart parking technologies

BCC Research have shared a brief look at their report which tracks the latest advancements in parking technology and their impact on global markets. From intelligent sensors to data-driven solutions, read to uncover the key trends and market dynamics propelling…

Car designer Frank Stephenson reveals ‘Cradled in Safety’ for smart car seat

Frank Stephenson, renowned for his design work with Ferrari and Maserati, was in Chicago on 12th February, around the time of the 2024 Chicago Auto Show, to discuss his innovative design approach for the newly launched car seat babyark. The…

India adopts OCF’s IP device framework as standard to aid smart city ambitions

The Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) has announced that its Secure IP Device Framework (ISO/IEC 30118) has been adopted as a national standard in India. The standard, developed by a joint global collaborative effort, has been accredited by the Bureau of…

New Vodafone plan to ease data worries for smart cameras

Vodafone has introduced an unlimited data plan tailored for businesses requiring live video feeds from IoT-enabled smart surveillance cameras over a mobile network. This initiative, part of the UK operator’s Connected Spaces Vision, aims to address the limitations of traditional…

Top 5 smart tech to get your spouse this Valentine’s Day

In the realm of gifts, smart technology stands out as a better gift alternative to a pair of raunchy socks or fluffy handcuffs that any of you last minute men may be thinking of for your partner. By offering both…

Sunderland smart home created to show how the tech can aid the disabled

A former caretaker’s residence in Sunderland has been transformed into a showcase smart home, highlighting how technology can aid individuals with disabilities. Located on Leechmere Industrial Estate in Sunderland, the house displays assistive technologies designed to enhance the quality of…

How mmWave technology is contributing towards smart cities of the future

According to the World Health Organisation, over 55% of the world’s population live in urban areas, a proportion that is expected to increase to 68% by 2050. Cities are being stressed like never before and the supporting infrastructure is becoming…