If the Internet of Things has teached us anything, than that data is its most valuable asset. Companies use it to optimize their production processes, improve logistics or simply increase their output. Data is also valuable for law enforcement. But […]
The University Hospital Düsseldorf is offline for weeks rendering the emergency ambulance unusable. A woman could no longer be helped in time. In Norway or Germany, e-mails from members of parliament are hacked. Garmin Smartwatches are useless after a hacker […]
Protect yourself better against an infection with Covid-19 and learn something at the same time: Researchers at the Umwelt-Campus of the University of Applied Sciences Trier and experts of the German national Digital Summit have developed an open source kit […]
The eSIM technology, a SIM card for mobile communication in the form of a fixed chip on the hardware of the device manufacturer, is becoming the key technology for the Internet of Things. At least, that’s what the new IDC […]
Around 4.8 billion devices are expected to be connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) by the end of 2019. At least that’s what Gartner analysts estimated. This represents an increase of around 21.5 percent compared to the previous year. Unfortunately, many IoT solutions do not provide more security. Quite the contrary. According to a study by the security experts of “Unit 42” of the American company Palo Alto Networks, more than half of all connected IoT devices are vulnerable to attacks.
Tracking of Containers and Goods, Supplying Real Time Data, Optimising Production: How IoT helps Businesses track and secure their most valuable assets.
Digital is not always smart. Even smart is not always smart: The running gag of the energy industry are digital electricity meters that have to be flashed with a flashlight in order to elicit meter readings. But even in the Smart Home, you can tussle your hair in the meantime.
First it was the Smart Home, now devices for the Smart Garden are enjoying increasing popularity. First and foremost the mowing robots. They are practical, consume little electricity, make little noise and keep the lawn short without much effort. But lawn robots are also not completely uncontroversial. They can injure children or small animals and also do not allow any blooming on the grass due to their constant use. It doesn’t have to be like that. We show what you should bear in mind when using a mowing robot in your garden.