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This is a rehash (and extension, in the end) of a previous post, to an extent; but it distils the message from before, and says there are sure signs, at …

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Siemens has acquired UK-based industrial IoT firm Senseye for an undisclosed fee. Senseye, founded in 2014, provides analytics-based (“AI-powered”) predictive maintenance solutions for industrial machines, offering ways to manage and …

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Nokia is to integrate Microsoft’s Azure Arc cloud management platform into its MX Industrial Edge (MXIE) solution for mission-critical Industry 4.0 environments. The tie-up will afford customers buying private wireless …

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UK telecoms group BT has revealed a ‘charter’ to invest almost £100 million over the next three years in its new Division X digital change unit, which is at the …

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German industrial giant Bosch has shifted its messaging, perhaps, in time for Hannover Messe, Europe’s big industrial trade fair, which sees its return next week after three calendar years of …

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Humans are the key piece of successfully implementing digital change in augmented manufacturing Speaking during a World Economic Forum panel discussion today, industrial leaders drove home the point that the …

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The latest developments in cloud-based AI and edge computing, coupled with 5G’s enhanced bandwidth, are about to mobilise robots like never before and unleash a manufacturing revolution, explains Richard Cockle, …

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France-based precision agriculture startup Sencrop has raised $18 million in Series B funding, led by Israeli venture capital firm JVP. Sencrop, founded in 2016, headquartered in Lille, claims to be …

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Working towards 2030 sustainability British Telecom (BT) this week announced a new edge compute solution as part of its manifesto to help customers reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 60 million …

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Ericsson has restructured its business and management to reflect its new growth strategy, which hinges on private 5G and cloud services, and has set a group target of 15-18 percent …

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