5th IoT Global Innovation Forum

SGO to Host 5th Annual IoT Global Innovation Forum Effectively implementing Internet of Things technologies and advanced analytics represents a trillion-dollar opportunity for organizations worldwide, however successful adoption involves an end-to-end, holistic approach, affecting practically every aspect of traditional business operations. Now is the time for companies to evaluate their IoT strategies, draw upon lessons Read more about 5th IoT Global Innovation Forum[…]

5th IoT Global Innovation Forum

SGO to Host 5th Annual IoT Global Innovation Forum Effectively implementing Internet of Things technologies and advanced analytics represents a trillion-dollar opportunity for organizations worldwide, however successful adoption involves an end-to-end, holistic approach, affecting practically every aspect of traditional business operations. Now is the time for companies to evaluate their IoT strategies, draw upon lessons Read more about 5th IoT Global Innovation Forum[…]

New EU Cybersecurity Strategy and new rules to make physical and digital critical entities more resilient

Today, the Commission and the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy are presenting a new EU Cybersecurity Strategy. As a key component of Shaping Europe’s Digital Future, the Recovery Plan for Europe  and the EU Security Union Strategy, the Strategy will bolster Europe’s collective resilience against cyber threats and help to ensure that all citizens Read more about New EU Cybersecurity Strategy and new rules to make physical and digital critical entities more resilient[…]

Spray-applied antennas could play an enabling role in the development of IoT technology

New antennas so thin that they can be sprayed into place are also robust enough to provide a strong signal at bandwidths that will be used by fifth-generation (5G) mobile devices. Performance results for the antennas, which are made from a new type of two-dimensional material called MXene, were recently reported by researchers at Drexel Read more about Spray-applied antennas could play an enabling role in the development of IoT technology[…]

6G networks will rely on new enabling technologies

The fifth generation (5G) wireless communication networks are being deployed worldwide from 2020 and more capabilities are in the process of being standardized, such as mass connectivity, ultra-reliability, and guaranteed low latency. However, 5G will not meet all requirements of the future in 2030 and beyond, and sixth generation (6G) wireless communication networks are expected Read more about 6G networks will rely on new enabling technologies[…]

Is there any digital innovation for farmers

The digital age brims with promise for the world’s half-billion smallholder farmers. Smartphones with the right apps can tell farmers when it’s likely going to rain, how to identify and eradicate pests, and negotiate the prices for a bountiful harvest delivered by a combination of hard work and big data. While digital technologies are steadily Read more about Is there any digital innovation for farmers[…]

5G technology as impact of digitalization over climate changes

A team of researchers from the University of Zurich and Empa has analyzed the consequences of the 5G mobile phone standard for the climate. One thing is clear: 5G technology can curb greenhouse gas emissions, as new applications become available and digitalization is used more efficiently. Today the study authors are presenting the results to Read more about 5G technology as impact of digitalization over climate changes[…]

How 5G will be followed by 6G

Future wireless networks of the 6th generation (6G) will consist of a multitude of small radio cells that need to be connected by broadband communication links. In this context, wireless transmission at THz frequencies represents a particularly attractive and flexible solution. Researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have now developed a novel concept for Read more about How 5G will be followed by 6G[…]

Europe’s overall digital performance during pandemic crisis

The European Commission released the results of the 2020 Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI), which monitors Europe’s overall digital performance and tracks the progress of EU countries with respect to their digital competitiveness. This year’s DESI shows that there is progress in all Member States and all key areas measured in the index. This becomes Read more about Europe’s overall digital performance during pandemic crisis[…]

Newspapers provide a green, economical way to produce carbon nanotubes

A research collaboration between Rice University and the Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI) at Swansea University has found that old newspapers can be used as a low cost, eco-friendly material on which to grow single walled carbon nanotubes on a large scale. Carbon nanotubes are tiny molecules with incredible physical properties that can be used Read more about Newspapers provide a green, economical way to produce carbon nanotubes[…]

Nonterrestrial 5G networks

VTT and the leading European space organisation ESA have made an agreement on strategic partnership with an aim to develop 5G communications networks for the needs of the space industry. The three-year agreement will further deepen the long-term cooperation between VTT and ESA. The collaboration between VTT and ESA supports the Finnish Space Strategy. The Read more about Nonterrestrial 5G networks[…]

Researchers solves networked sensors‘ energy problems

The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing steadily. An enormous number of networked nodes collecting, evaluating and converging data in a network is therfore already necessary today. The problem: The energy consumption of the nodes is enormous. According to a study by the International Energy Agency in 2013, the energy requirements of all networked devices Read more about Researchers solves networked sensors‘ energy problems[…]