Paris Air Show: Self-flying cars

Written by Jen Clark | June 21, 2017 | Automotive

The biennial Paris Air Show kicked off on Monday, and it looks like we can expect quite a showing from lady IoT in all her aerial finery before the week is out. Aside from the contest for sales numbers from Airbus and Boeing, there’s plenty else to see from these two big players, and the more

Robots and Node-RED: Rapanui, the eco-friendly clothing factory

Written by Dr Lucy Rogers | April 5, 2017 | Blog, Factories

Rapanui, an award winning fashion brand uses Node-RED, MQTT and Raspberry Pi computers to make ethical and eco-friendly bespoke products at high street prices – no guilt tax involved. One of the services that Rapanui Clothing Limited provides is T-shirt printing. They use open source technology to help reduce the batch size of their T-shirt more

The road to the cognitive future runs through operations

Written by Franklin Morris | February 1, 2017 | Business

We are still in the early days of the cognitive era, but a new study by the IBM Institute for Business Value indicates that many COOs are already taking notice and reaping rewards. By adopting intelligent analytics, businesses are transforming their operations and reporting significant ROI as a result. The benefits of cognitive computing Our more