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11 - 12 OCTOBER 2017 
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  • Six essential skills IoT developers need

    05 Jan 2018 by: Oliver Horn
    IoT requires a very broad set of skills, ranging from electronics for sensors, actors and SOCs, to wireless transmission, field bus protocols, messaging and networking, to data centre technologies including data storage, AI, machine learning, API management, mobile/web UIs and legacy application integration and to other areas including end-to-end security, OTA, CI, CD. No one person can have all these skills at once, so be ready to collaborate with others.
  • Business is good for UK technology as it topped the European investment tables, spearheaded by London.

    In the first full year since the Brexit vote, happy venture capitalists plunged £2.99 billion into tech firms in the UK in 2017; nearly twice what was invested the year before.

  • The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is planning to fight connectivity problem areas and bring mobile coverage to the London Underground.

    In an announcement, Khan introduced his ‘Not-Spot’ team initiative which will look for blind spots in the city and develop solutions to improve coverage in the capital.

  • The southeast Asian country is witnessing rapid urbanisation pushed by a quickly developing economy, with 41,700 square kilometres of urban land compared to just 630 square kilometres in 1998. The country is projected to have 52 million residents living in urban centres by 2025.
  • Facebook has acquired artificial intelligence (AI) company Ozlo to improve its Messenger virtual assistant, M.

    Ozlo is an AI startup specialising in understanding text-based conversations, which it achieves through analysing a massive library of information that it calls a knowledge graph.

  • Microsoft has announced the launch IoT Central, a new service to manage a complete enterprise IoT ecosystem. IoT Central is being promoted as the first end-to-end IoT software-as-a-service (SaaS) product, that companies can use to develop smart products using connected devices.
  • Jeff Finn, CEO of zvelo, asks whether there are enough incentives for consumers to be concerned about the security of their IoT devices…
  • The global internet-of-things (IoT) market could swell by another US$200 billion over the next seven years. According to a report published by Research Nester, the Internet of Things market is expected to reach $724.2 billion by 2023, up 21 percent from U$598.2 billion that the market clocked in 2015.
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