It’s again the Slush season and that means Slush! If you are interested about Intelligent Transportation Systems, Public Transportation, logistics, transports or even Traffic Management, eGRIP or eDAS or how we can detect slipperiness based on in-vehicle sensors and how we combine the driving, drivers style and third-party data together and disseminate the refined information for … More Welcome to Slushy Finland!
Alibaba has taken another step in its quest to build a new retail empire. The Chinese tech titan announced today that it will invest approximately RMB 5.45 billion (around $866 million) for a 15% stake in Easyhome (居然之家), China’s leading home improvement supplies and furniture chain operator. Alibaba will support the digital transformation of Easyhome’s … More Alibaba’s offline expansion widens to home furnishing with 15% stake purchase in Easyhome
According to Apple Inc., iCloud services in mainland China will be transferred to cloud company in Guizhou and will be responsible for the operation starting from February 28 this year, Chinese media People’s Daily is reporting. Guizhou-Cloud Big Data Industry Development Co., Ltd. (GCBD, 云上贵州公司) will be responsible for iCloud operations in mainland China and … More Operations of Apple’s iCloud services in China are about to be transferred to a company in Guizhou
Gender is complicated for the data scientists at Flipkart, India’s leading ecommerce site. It’s not enough, for example, to know that the shopper is female. What if she’s shopping for her husband today? So, apart from the label she chose while signing up for the account, there is also a behavioral gender. Behavorial gender is … More Inside Flipkart’s monster-cruncher: how it gleans insights from a petabyte of data daily
US-based Remark wants to bring all the data from all the major social networks around the world onto one platform. The company has amassed data on 1.3 billion people from social and consumer sites including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Sina Weibo, Alibaba, Baidu and Tencent—and you are likely one of them. Currently, they are developing artificial intelligence algorithms … More How one US data company is helping feed China’s hungry AI
China’s overall internet speeds for the third quarter have surpassed 15Mbits per second for both download and upload, mobile and fixed line broadband, celebrated as the “double double”, according to the “China Broadband Speed Report” from the country’s Broadband Development Alliance. Fixed line broadband speeds have increased for 11 consecutive quarters since the 2015 launch … More China’s internet faster for 11 consecutive quarters
Internet of Things systems often don’t have screens and other traditional outlets for the user experience. This makes development and design more complicated. Read More
The next generation of wireless technology is fast-approaching as multiple countries around the world are racing for its development and subsequent wide-scale application. The quicker nation states and their companies are able to successfully establish the prospective technological infrastructure, the quicker they will be able to reap the massive economic assets and advantages. And as … More Could America Lose The 5G Race To China?
The industrial applications of the Internet of Things in the interconnected world of Industry 4.0 are gaining ground across the world. Metering devices and actuators are rapidly installed on various machineries throughout production lines and are becoming increasingly leveraged. Read More
Had a really interesting chat with Wirepas CEO Teppo Hemiä in Telia Digitalist IoT Forum regarding their Wide Area Mesh technology – Wirepas Connectivity. In this case it is used by Hafslund Nett, which currently deploys a smart metering system which will cover 700.000 electricity con-nections in Oslo area by the end of 2018. The core … More Hafslund Nett reinvents smart metering with a Wide Area Mesh network