The first 5G IoT use cases emerge

The first 5G IoT use cases emerge

Analyst firm IoT Analytics estimates that the global base of 5G connected devices, both IoT and non-IoT, will reach 1.2 billion by 2025, rising from around 11 million devices in 2020. Meanwhile, the GSA’s Market Snapshot of August 2020 reports that there are now 92 commercial 5G networks operating in 38 countries demonstrating that there is now a large significant base of markets that have 5G coverage available for industries to exploit.

Solving the challenges of eMobility with Quectel’s dual band, multi-constellation GNSS modules

Solving the challenges of eMobility with Quectel’s dual band, multi-constellation GNSS modules

GNSS has been widely adopted as a method to track and trace large items such as ships, trucks, heavy equipment, cars and high-value freight. However, when it comes to smaller or lower value things, deployment has been constrained by the power demands of GNSS, the necessary form factor and the ability to site antennas on smaller items in ways that can enable them to track satellites effectively.

UK launches social care robot challenge

UK launches social care robot challenge

The Challenge runs from now, and will culminate in a daylong public presentation of collaborative learnings in Central London on Friday June 30, 2017, during the second annual UK Robotics Week 2017 (taking place from 24th – 30th June 2017).

The collaborative research themes will be agreed via themed workshops to be held during Spring 2017, addressing issues including assisted mobility; personal hygiene; social support; preventative and rehabilitation monitoring; remote assistance; and food preparation.

AI ethics under scrutiny

AI ethics under scrutiny

Initially funded with $27 million from the Knight Foundation; LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman; the Omidyar Network; the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation; and Jim Pallotta, founder of the Raptor Group, the new fund will also seek to advance public understanding of AI.

Nokia to build 4G network for the Moon

Nokia to build 4G network for the Moon

Nokia is to build a 4G network for US space agency NASA that can be used to connect equipment on the Moon

Foxconn brings contract manufacturing to electric vehicles

Foxconn brings contract manufacturing to electric vehicles

Wipro buys US ASIC design services firm

Wipro buys chip design service firm for $80 million

Wipro (Bangalore, India) has agreed to acquire Eximus Design of San Jose, california.

Eximus is an ASIC design services company with expertise in semiconductor, software and systems design. It was funded in 2013 and has several hundred staff and design centers in India, Malaysia and Singapore, designing semiconductor IP, FPGAs, ASICs and SoCs for application in IoT, Industry 4.0, edge computing, Cloud computing, 5G and artificial intelligence.

Codasip opens RISC-V design centre in France

Codasip opens RISC-V design centre in France

German RISC-V core designer Codasip has opened a strategic design centre in France for its processor cores based on teh open source RISC_V instruction set architecture (ISA).

Expansion module for Raspberry Pi DIN PC

Expansion module for Raspberry Pi DIN PC

STV Electronic in Germany has launched a smart digital I/O expansion module for its Raspberry Pi 3 B+ based DIN rail PC.

The I/O Module 16 can be operated remotely from the system via RS-485 and provides four digital inputs, four digital outputs and eight flexible interfaces, configurable either as digital input or digital output.

ETSI launches new version of DECT wireless for the Internet of Things

ETSI launches new version of DECT wireless for the Internet of Things

European standards body ETSI has launched a new version of the DECT wireless technology with low latency mesh communication for millions of nodes in the Internet of Things (IoT).

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