Device Developers’ Conference annual event for the developers of intelligent systems and devices. The 2015 event will takes place in May and June, in Cambridge, Reading, Manchester and Uphall outside Edinburgh.This year Solid Stat Supplies offers its expertise for embedded systems development in control and communications both wireless and wired.
Governments across the world are creating innovation teams and labs to help them find new ways of tackling the challenges of the 21st century. Despite differences in focus, discipline and method, labs have at their core a shared belief in the capacity to prototype the future.
Volvo’s love story demonstrates the advantages silent, electric buses and its short “Route 55” film
shows both a key moment in life – and how easily it can be lost. It promotes the ElectriCity Project, a collaboration in which industry, research and society develop and test new solutions for public transport.
A lithium-ion battery storing double the energy of existing batteries is closer to commercialisation, having signed up with home appliance manufacturer Dyson, that is both investing $15million in the 2007 startup Sakti3 and undertaking to incorporate the batteries into new products
As Canterbury-based Change Organisation officially launches new colocation facilities at a number of the UK’s leading data centres, it provides clients with the power, connectivity and secure processes to ensure reliable performance and continuous data availability. It also needs to be watchful of the new HGST technology pilgrimage with a broad portfolio of certified devices for VMware Virtual SANv - its software-defined storage product. Hardware certification list includes 12Gb/s SAS SSDs, PCIe Flash accelerators, and performance and capacity HDD (hard disk drives) from the Ultrastar family, including the industry’s only helium-filled HDD product line, that adds extra capacity to computers .
Scottish business IT decision makers highlight a potential threat to the country’s economy, the majority surveyed (52%) feel the country’s broadband is worse than in other parts of UK despite 61% of them citing improved Internet connectivity as key in supporting economic growth. Commissioned by CityFibre, the poll found 92% of respondents view quality and speed of internet connectivity as being important to the success of their company.
Fireworks add the finishing touch to Queen Mary 2’s current visit to Greenock as part of the Cunard’s 175th anniversary celebrations, culminated in a fusillade lighting up the sky as the flagship set sail at 22h00 yesterday. And fireworks were also an ideal way to celebrate BAE news on the future of both the Govan Fairfield and Scotstoun shipyards.
In an attempt to break the Ayrshire jinx on big data farms, ILI (Intelligent Land Investments) lodges its planning application for a 10,000 square metre centre in East Ayrshire
where the proposed facility will be 40 per cent powered by six nearby wind turbines.
Crowd sourced startup Outernet, is aiming to rent communication satellites to carry the 'essentials' of the internet, as Wikipedia, open source software, health resources from Disease Control Centres and international news to billions of people,
Page views and “likes” are great for journalists' and webmasters’ egos, but don't pay any bills. University of Luxembourg researchers may have a solution. They identify a secure, anonymous way for readers, viewers and gamers to pay for online content without having to make a cash payment.
Scotland's thriving digital technologies industry, is predicted to enjoy strong growth again this year. Its vibrancy is reflected in the record number of entries received for the DigiTech Awards 2015 and finalists are announced, with both well-known names and promising start-ups included in the shortlist.
F4E awards to AMEC Foster Wheeler one of the largest robotics contracts to date in the field of fusion energy for ITER, the world’s biggest international collaboration designed to demonstrate the scientific and technological feasibility of fusion power.
Graduates are in demand with Scottish digital technologies industry set for further growth in 2015. New research from ScotlandIS is forecasting strong growth for the digital technologies industry in Scotland, with 83% of organisations planning to increase staff numbers and 86% of businesses expecting sales to rise in the coming year.
IMDEA Networks is to launch an ambitious research project to measure Europe’s mobile broadband networks. It aims to provide objective data to help us understand and improve the quality experienced by the end-user.
Cut through the hype around the Internet of Things (IoT), and it’s the Internet of Sensors (IoS) and the resulting data that matters most, claim developers at The Technology Partnership (TTP). Be interesting to see if Internet of Things Scotland 2015 on 30th September at Edinburgh's Dynamic Earth votes IoT or IoS
Glasgow based software company Linknode urges that its new mobile device app can help architects and planners better estimate visual impacts of wind farms and accordingly allow them to make more efficient and hopefully less scenic damaging decisions.
Cloud robotics, involves the integration of cloud computing technology in robots, is gaining global prominence. End users begin to recognise this novel concept benefits, using the Internet to augment a robot’s capabilities, off-loading computation and providing services on demand. Set to make future robots more productive and efficient, the concept's diverse requirements of end users cn be met with no compromise to the quality of services.
Back in 2011 the proposal was that MOD should fund security hackers. Now in 2015 Edinburgh Napier University is to update Conan Doyle with Digital Sherlocks, as it becomes home to a new international crime-busting team targeting sophisticated online criminals. The experts in computer security will gather at Edinburgh Napier University on Wednesday for the launch of the ICA (International Cyber Academy) in The Glassroom (below) at Edinburgh Napier’s Merchiston campus.
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