Welcome to Hell – it’s the time for Slush!

NOBODY IN THEIR RIGHT MIND WOULD COME TO HELSINKI IN NOVEMBER That’s where it all started. Slush grew from the idea of cultural change: creating a grassroots movement to serve the next generation of founders and an environment that strongly supports entrepreneurship. We wanted to create something authentic and frantic. So Slush was born, amidst … More Welcome to Hell – it’s the time for Slush!

Baidu and Xiaomi Partner on Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things

The partnership, revealed at Xiaomi’s first IoT Developer Conference, marks a significant step in boosting China’s smart manufacturing with advanced technologies including AI, IoT and big data. Connecting AI and IoT will be a driving force to upgrade the manufacturing industry. “The two companies have joined forces in forming a strong partnership to make users’ … More Baidu and Xiaomi Partner on Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things

US Air Force goes Top Gun for IoT-based predictive maintenance

The US Department of Defense (DoD) is arming itself with new AI and IoT technologies to power predictive maintenance of aircraft and boost mission effectiveness. Top Gun just got real. The US Air Force’s Defense Innovation Unit Experimental division – also known as DIUx – has selected C3 IoT, a Redwood City, California-based specialist in … More US Air Force goes Top Gun for IoT-based predictive maintenance

Dell Technologies Demonstrates Leadership And Innovation In The Highly Fragmented IoT Marketplace

Recently, the Moor Insights & Strategy (MI&S) team was on the road in New York City learning more about Dell Technologies strategy and vision for the Internet of Things (IoT). The event, called IQT, exhibited what the company is doing to make devices, networks, and infrastructure smarter. Dell Technologies is focusing on helping its customers … More Dell Technologies Demonstrates Leadership And Innovation In The Highly Fragmented IoT Marketplace

Deriving transport benefits from big data and the Internet of Things in smart cities

Public transport is one of the biggest challenges facing cities today – how can big data and the Internet of Things be leveraged to tackle the issues? A recent study has been commissioned by the Department for Transport from consultants Ricardo Energy & Environment to seek a better understanding of the potential opportunities, challenges, enablers … More Deriving transport benefits from big data and the Internet of Things in smart cities

Chinese electric carmakers might not be ready, but the money is

In recent years, a raft of Chinese entrepreneurs have been going around pitching and fundraising for their electric vehicle startups, but consumers haven’t seen much of those promises materialize until recently. On October 12, XPeng Motors unveiled its first pre-production run of 15 electric cars in China’s east-central city of Zhengzhou, where XPeng’s OEM partner—local … More Chinese electric carmakers might not be ready, but the money is