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The Hamburg Port Authority (HPA), Deutsche Telekom and Nokia have completed an 18-month field test of 5G slicing and industrial IoT at the Port of Hamburg. The Port of Hamburg …

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UK medics and telecoms engineers have demostrated a 5G connected ambulance and a remote-controlled ultrasound scan over a public 5G network. The showcase has been carried out by telecoms provider …

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AT&T and Samung have revealed a number of initial use-case experiments for industrial 5G at the duo’s new ‘Innovation Zone’ within Samsung’s semiconductor factory on Austin, Texas. These include tests …

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industrial 5G

German carrier Deutsche Telekom, Nokia and the Hamburg Port Authority have tested new features of 5G technology in a test bed installed at the Port of Hamburg. From January 2018 …

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smart cities

There’s no master list of smart city use cases primarily because, in the right context, nearly anything could contribute to a smart city. However, some of the major ones that …

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Three per cent of the world’s water is accessible freshwater. Of that, 70 per cent of the freshwater consumed is used in the agricultural industry – the largest consumer of …

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US frozen drinks company Freezing Point, parent to slushie brand Frazil, has partnered with Norwegian engineering firm 7Sense to develop a low-cost, retrofittable cellular NB-IoT circuit board to make its …

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As part of Enterprise IoT Insights‘ investigation into edge-cloud setups in industrial plants, we have unearthed a number of case studies showing how manufacturing companies and technology providers are collaborating …

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Quality assurance is a critical part of manufacturing; it’s just humans are not very good at it. Their faculties are not trained to pick out anomalies in rapid carousels of …

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In simple terms, the prevailing wisdom is the more data, the better. More data equals better decisions, which equals better products, and more users. That is the theory, anyway. The …

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