News - Iot-Eurasia
  • Smart Cities Are Most Vulnerable to Cyber Security Risks

    With the urban civilization turning to smart technology solutions to increase operational efficiency and share information, cybersecurity has become a major concern. To keep pace with the tech-savvy generation, a need to establish a formal cybersecurity framework in smart cities […]

  • IoT Product Developers Need Freedom and Ecosystem Support

    With product developers focusing more on IoT applications, the need for ecosystem support and professional tools to help them get their concepts to market is greater than ever.
    Individual product developers and developer communities continue to be key drivers of IoT […]

  • Trusted Platform Modules: 8 Surprises for IoT Security

    Trusted Platform Modules are poorly understood by many, well understood by few.
    Built into billions of devices, a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is usually a specialized chip on an endpoint’s motherboard that stores cryptographic keys on behalf of its host system […]

  • Bosch: Why AI and IoT Demand a New Problem-Solving Approach

    Bosch’s North American president sheds light on how artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things are changing how industrial companies innovate.
    In the center of Bosch’s CES booth was the prototype of an autonomous electric shuttle with a slew of surprising […]

  • Ericsson reveals vision for next-gen cellular IoT solutions

    Ericsson is empowering service providers across multiple industries to address a larger part of the IoT market with the help of its newly introduced next-generation cellular solutions.

    These solutions will help proliferation of the cellular IoT evolution in what Ericsson sees […]

  • Researchers unveil Internet of Things security feature

    ‘Physically unclonable function’ is 10 times more reliable than previous methods
    Rice University integrated circuit (IC) designers are at Silicon Valley’s premier chip-design conference to unveil technology that is 10 times more reliable than current methods of producing unclonable digital fingerprints […]

  • Digitalisation could pay off in health and sustainability

    The tide of digitisation in the workplace cannot be stopped, but we can harness it to improve the health of workers and overall sustainability, writes JLL’s Susan Sutherland.

    With technology permeating everything that we do, it’s led to significant transformation in […]

  • Boston Consulting selected for Turkey’s domestic car project

    Tuncay Özilhan, the chairman of the board of Anandolu Group, one of the members of the five-company joint venture to produce Turkey’s domestic automobile, has said Boston Consulting has been selected as an international consulting company for the project, explaining […]