Anthony Behan

By Anthony Behan on July 12, 2018

How to make your buildings more energy friendly

‘Architecture, we imagine, is permanent,’ wrote Stewart Brand in his 1994 book How Buildings Learn. ‘And so our buildings thwart us. Because they discount time, they misuse time.’ We live, work and engage with the world in buildings, and as we grow and evolve, so too do the buildings around us. They age and bits […]

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By Anthony Behan on September 28, 2016

Telecommunications and IoT: how to start, learn, and build a strategy

Telcos all over the world are taking their first tentative steps into the Internet of Things. Of course you’ve all been involved for many years in machine to machine communications, but it’s just not the same: the Internet of Things is about layering applications value and solutions value on top of core connectivity. Once you […]

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By Anthony Behan on September 20, 2016

No really, what is the Internet of Things?

The question ‘what is the Internet of Things?’ seems almost trite, unnecessary. But if we take it for granted, we may miss some vital clues as to how it redefines the Internet, and social interaction with technology. The simple definition from a Google search says that it is ‘a proposed development of the Internet in […]

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