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2nd March 2020
Can technology help with mental health issues at sea?

Isolation while at sea can mean seafarers fall prey to depression and poor mental health. While technology is often thought of as a solution for keeping people connected, it is also often the reason crew members become isolated in the first place. GlobalData Ship Technology looks at the issues. 

24th February 2020
How can AI help diagnose heart failure?

Cardiovascular (CV) diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide, according to the World Health Organisation. GlobalData’s Pharmaceutical Technology writer Allie Nawrat explained: “Part of the challenge of reducing the mortality rate of CV conditions is that they are so inter-related with other conditions, including metabolic and renal disease. Early diagnosis is key in improving patient’s outcomes, and speeding up the proc...

31st January 2020
Criminals use coronavirus fears to launch theft malware

The presence of the coronavirus has been diagnosed in the UK for the first time as the UK’s chief medical officer, Chris Whitty, confirmed that two people from the same family had tested positive for the virus. It is understood the patients were staying in a hotel in Yorkshire, before being taken overnight to a specialist centre in Newcastle.

29th January 2020
Are the Huawei security risks manageable?

The UK Government's decision to allow Huawei technology into the non-core aspects of the UK’s 5G networks will have surprised some. In fact, according to a poll by GlobalData, it will have surprised a considerable number, as 47% of respondents said that they thought the Chinese tech giant was a security threat.

28th January 2020
Almost half of Brits believe Huawei to be a national security threat

The UK Government is expected to finally decide whether to allow Huawei infrastructure in its 5G network tomorrow. However, the public is divided on whether the Chinese tech giant should be trusted, according to a poll by leading data and analytics company GlobalData.

7th January 2020
Trends in drone applications in the oil and gas industry

Latest advancements in sensing and imaging technologies are enabling drones to be deployed in a wide range of settings in the oil and gas industry, according to GlobalData. The company’s latest report, ‘Drones in Oil & Gas – Thematic Research’, revealed how drones are being used to perform inspection and predictive maintenance of critical infrastructure.

17th December 2019
Low-tech solution protects railway lines from overheating

From the deployment of digital twins that replicate critical rail assets and improve train timetabling, to improved, condition-based maintenance using the industrial internet of things (IIoT), modern rail networks increasingly employ disruptive digital solutions in an effort to drive safety and efficiency. However, low-tech solutions can still be effective in tackling perennial problems, as GlobalData’s expert in railway technology, Ju...

11th December 2019
Could robots replace human tennis players?

While steeped in tradition, tennis has embraced technology on multiple fronts: coaching, umpiring and fan experiences. Since the early 2000s, the Sony-owned Hawk-Eye system has been assisting tennis umpires in making close calls. At Wimbledon, IBM’s Watson AI analyses fan and player reactions in real-time video footage from matches to create highlight reels just minutes after the end of a match.

9th December 2019
European Commission rules aim to address drone safety concerns

In December 2018, two unauthorised UAVs sighted near London’s Gatwick Airport forced the authorities there to ground aircraft for 36 hours, causing chaos for more than 140,000 commercial and business passengers, and costing the airport’s partners and stakeholders an estimated £50m. The European Commission (EC) has responded by adopting EU rules to ensure that increasing drone traffic is safe and secure on the ground and in the a...

8th October 2019
IoT devices could be 'asbestos of the future'

There are currently believed to be seven billion internet of things (IoT) devices worldwide. Forecasts vary, but the consensus is the number will grow exponentially over the coming years, with some estimates as high as 40 billion connected IoT devices by 2025.

2nd October 2019
UK 5G adoption expected to reach over 26% by 2024

The demand for 5G is robust in the UK and the technology's adoption is forecasted to reach over 26% of total mobile subscriptions by 2024, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company. EE was the first network to launch 5G in the UK, but two other networks have since launched their 5G strategies to try and make it to the top spot.

30th September 2019
Power utilities are betting on robotics to enhance operations

Robots and drones now play a crucial role in the power utilities space as companies are increasingly using robotics to handle the inspection of risky, time-consuming, and hard to reach assets, as well as maintaining those assets and improving their operations, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company. 

21st August 2019
Over 72% of Germany’s power needs to be non-hydro renewables

The share of renewables in Germany reached 53.4% of the country's power capacity mix in 2018 and is expected to reach 72.7% by 2030, with non-hydro renewable energy expected to meet the country’s future power demand after nuclear and coal is phased out, according to GlobalData. 

20th August 2019
Renewable energy is expected to comprise half of power mix

Renewable energy, the only way forward to the global climate change mitigation and environmental requirements, is expected to comprise 50% of Chile’s power mix by 2030, according to GlobalData, a data and analytics company. 

Artificial Intelligence
24th July 2019
Data protection concerns about AI powered till-free checkouts

Till-free checkouts are fast becoming a reality as major British retailers’ strategies pivot towards more convenience-orientated store formats. As more and more retailers adopt this technology with the help of artificial intelligence (AI), concerns are being raised about the consequences that this technology could have on data protection.

19th July 2019
Will 5G revolutionise the way people shop on the go?

  The potential for 5G to revolutionise the way people shop on the go is unlikely as 65.0% of shoppers prefer to browse products on their smartphones and then make purchases on a laptop or desktop at home, according to the latest consumer survey by data and analytics company, GlobalData.

19th July 2019
Renewable electricity signals changing power market

E.ON’s move to supply its residential customers with 100% renewable electricity can potentially influence the Big Six to move towards renewable energy and signals a changing trend in the UK power market, according to GlobalData. 

16th July 2019
Solar and wind segments to lead renewable power growth

The overall renewable power capacity, excluding hydropower, in Sweden is projected to more than double from 14.8 gigawatt (GW) in 2019 to 30.4 GW in 2030, according to GlobalData’s latest report: ‘Sweden Power Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2019 - Market Trends, Regulations, and Competitive Landscape’.

6th June 2019
Who are the semiconductor leaders of tomorrow?

Among the world’s leading semiconductor companies best placed to succeed in the Industrial Internet arena in the next two to five years, are IBM, Qualcomm, STMicroelectronics and Texas Instruments, according to GlobalData, a data and analytics company. 

23rd April 2019
China to lead concentrated solar power market by 2030

The global CSP capacity is estimated to increase significantly from 5.6 gigawatt (GW) in 2018 to 22.4GW in 2030 following significant capacity additions by China, Chile and countries in Middle East North Africa (MENA) region according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

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