Like many other industries, shipping is increasingly dependent upon digitalisation and automation. With the convergence of operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT), more systems are being connecting to the Internet.
According to a new study commissioned by Inmarsat, the maritime industry has one of the most favourable attitudes towards the adoption of analytic, management and operational tools based on the internet of things (IoT).
Think about it, shopping has never been easier or quicker, with the swipe of a barcode. Not to mention, we can get into buildings using voice recognition and fingerprints, instead of fumbling around for the key. In an age of information overload, we store hundreds of work and other do
The Internet of agriculture is blooming as technology helps farming morph into a very precise science. Agribots, drones and smart machinery is tending to crops, while animals and fields are able to communicate directly with farmers, thanks to sensors and connected devices and systems.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is an important global trend that requires International Standards to ensure the interoperability, safety and energy efficiency of IoT devices and systems. The IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission), ISO (International Organization for Standardiza