As originally published on IoT For All. Pod Group August 13, 2021 By 2030, analysts predict that the number of global IoT devices will triple to 24.1 billion. While some experts in the field may argue that such predictions are overly optimistic, there are already
Published by SAP’s Innovation Blog, this article describes SmartCities and AI as key to understanding the challenges urban areas face as more than 50% of the world’s population inhabits them. Comprehensive DataAnalysis is, according to SAP, a valuable tool as development programs become more complex.
As originally published on Atalayar. Economy and Business July 27 2021 Atalayar Staff As part of the Govtechlab Platform and the Business Investment and Development Fund (FIDE), CAF (Development Bank of Latin America) made its first investment in a govtech startup in Latin America, with the aim
The Internet of Things requires advanced digital infrastructures As originally seen on Atalayar.com by Robert Valls Self-driving cars that avoid traffic accidents. Drones that deliver your daily purchases of food, clothes, technology to your doorstep, or directly to your window. Mobile phones that let you control
As published by Bnamericas on Monday, January 04, 2021 Despite President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s efforts to stymie their progress, Mexico’s renewable generation looks to make headway in 2021 with several projects coming online. Last year was challenging for developers, as they faced delays due
As published in The Hacker News by Ravie Lakshmanan on April 6th, 2021. Researchers on Tuesday revealed details of a new banking trojan targeting corporate users in Brazil at least since 2019 across various sectors such as engineering, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, finance, transportation, and government.
As published by BBC.com Industry 4.0 will see intelligent machines and smart factories usher in a new era of manufacturing. This is the fourth industrial revolution, and it will impact everything. Massive industrial change is afoot, fuelled by the advancement of digital technologies. The fusion
Tracy Urdiales email@example.com Managing Partner Virtual education, online education, and distance education are all synonymous with a phenomenon that did not start during the pandemic. An educational scheme that has existed for several decades already, distance education was traditionally offered for higher-level education students,
“To cater to increasingly digital consumers dispersed across the nation, many organizations are already switching to digital business models, virtualizing their workflows, and leveraging Industry 4.0 technologies to augment and fortify their supply chains, while also turning their workforces at least partly remote. In fact,
As published on Cushman & Wakefield by Shaun Brodie on 4/2/2020 Industry 4.0, the latest revolution in the manufacturing industry, is where factories integrate production machines, wireless connectivity and sensors and link these to a system platform ecosystem that can oversee the whole production line