Rogers to launch new IoT service in Ontario in step towards 5G
Service will be best used for asset monitoring, industrial automation, utility meters and smart cities.
Smarten up your motors: connect with the world of IIoT
Food plant managers can retrofit most motors with smart sensors to bring their plants into the digital age.
New projects boost innovation: aerospace, automotive and entrepreneurs targeted
Incubators, accelerators, and developers collaborate with industry and academia to nurture research and development.
Manufacturers are seeing the value of IoT
Study of worldwide executives shows a turnaround in engagement from a year ago.
Smart and secure: IIoT rewards come with risks
Not all necessary safeguards have been implemented to protect networks, data and systems from cyber threats.
Continuous improvement isn’t enough: Industry 4.0 sets a new bar
Technology allows manufacturers to consider their processes differently, and drastically improve upon them.
IoT in action…at a music festival
This was the Internet of Things, in full force, in the least likely of places…
Mind vs. machine: human judgement still trumps data
Executives still rely on humans to inform significant business decisions but Canadian companies are quickly becoming more
Canada must position itself for a new trade era
Business can no longer rely on high commodity prices or traditional manufacturing for future export successes.
Global Automation & Manufacturing Summit
The Global Automation & Manufacturing Summit on September 14…
Telus study finds Canadian businesses split on IoT plans
Nearly half have no plans to implement Internet of Things technology.
The window to a new trade era is open
A failure to address the “disruption” of technological change driven in part by Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things will further weaken performance in global markets where the list of competitors is growing.
Data acquisition in Industry 4.0
Slave ethernet port links up to eight daisy-chained expansion modules and converts more than 100 channels to one IP address.
Mapping Canada’s future
A framework for manufacturing success.
Gateway to IoT
Communicates through multiple ports.
Google founder touts Alphabet as an entrepreneurial tech, science hub
The holding company will oversee riskier venture including self-driving cars and internet-connected appliances.
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Why your plant needs wearables
Hokey? Maybe. An opportunity for manufacturers? Definitely
IBM releases world’s first 7 nanometer semiconductor [INFOGRAPHIC]
The company last year announced a $3 billion investment in chip technology over five years.
The Digital Oilfield is here!
“Connected” technologies cut costs and improve productivity.
Valour: Road warrior of the future
A connected bike that makes navigating city’s streets safer.
Samsung wants to sell digital brains for connected devices [VIDEO]
Claims its tiny Artik components will be key to becoming a major player in the “Internet of Things.”
Cisco CEO Chambers steps down
Successor Robbins calls “Internet of Everything” an opportunity that rivals initial internet growth 15 years ago.
Fujitsu, Microsoft use IoT to transform manufacturing processes [VIDEO]
Dashboard used to manage product quality, process efficiency and equipment performance.
Peugeot, IBM partner to develop connected car technologies
Will focus on commercializing services and building next-gen technical solutions.
BlackBerry to buy WatchDox data security business
Facility in Israel is expected to become the basis of a new security-focused BlackBerry R&D centre.
Alberta Enterprise Corp. invests $10M with Internet of Things VC fund
McRock Capital will target projects in the digital oilfield/smart fields, automated power grid, manufacturing, and smart cities sectors.
TELUS to invest $4.2B across Alberta through 2018
Includes the development of Internet of Things infrastructure for oil and gas sector.
IBM investing $3B to build Internet of Things division
Wants to harness the massive trove of data collected by mobile and connected devices.
Connecting maintenance with the IOT
Seven ways the Internet of Things will improve the way you manage your assets.
Quirky “smart” technologies headline CES [VIDEO]
A kettle that boils itself? How about a planter pot that’s controlled by your smartphone?
BlackBerry unveils cloud-based Internet of Things platform
Will initially target industrial customers in the automotive and logistics sectors with QNX-based systems.