How blockchain 'lawtech' can transform dispute resolution
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought into sharp focus the urgent need for global connectivity that enables the business community to switch to remote operation at the flick of a switch.
What might the road signs of the future look like?
It’s safe to say that the automotive industry moves at a fair rate of knots. Over recent years, we’ve seen monumental progression in regards to autonomous driving and electric car technology. With all of these dramatic technological advances, you may never have stopped and asked yourself, 'What might our road signs look like in the future with all these changes?'
How companies can use blockchain to prevent auditing malpractice
Not too long ago, there was very little to link Wirecard, the disgraced payments platform in Aschheim, Germany, with Boohoo, the fast-fashion online retailer in Leicester, England, but both have recently been embroiled in high profile scandals. By Nish Kotecha, Chairman and Co-Founder of Finboot and Bryan Foss, NED, Visiting Professor at Bristol Business School and member of the FRC Audit & Assurance Council
5 reasons we are heading towards a better normal
Lockdown has caused a huge shift in the way we work. New research from O2 found that a third (33%) expect to remote work from home for at least three days a week after lockdown. A staggering 81% expected to work remotely at least one day a week. Written by Marcus Harvey, Director of B2B EMEA, Targus
How car technology has changed over time
These days, if a car doesn’t have electric windows and power steering, it’s viewed as being almost antique. But, perks such as these haven’t always been a given. Exactly who invented the first-ever automobile may be up for debate - many believe it was Karl Benz - but what can’t be argued is that it certainly didn’t resemble the high tech vehicle we use today. Guest blog written by Jonathan Gilpin.
AI and monitoring in the fight against procurement fraud
Procurement fraud is, to put it simply, huge. An estimate by PwC a few years ago suggested that it was one of the most common economic crimes around the world. That estimate has not changed. What’s more, few companies have taken steps to address the problem. Guest blog written By Laurent Colombant, Continuous Controls and Fraud Manager at SAS
MQTT-SN - lowering the cost of IoT at scale
Many IoT (Internet of Things) projects fail due to unpredictable costs tipping the balance sheets. A major factor of this and one of the biggest contributors to the cost per device simply boils down to the amount of data being transmitted - a cost that can be mitigated, at least in part, by choosing an efficient way of communicating between devices and applications.
Supporting ultra-low, deterministic latency in 5G
This is a 4-part blog series on the main challenges facing 5G deployments and how you can solve them with the right tools. Part 1 focuses on building complex networks, part 2 is about keeping costs low, this post covers infrastructure requirements, and part 4 explains the need to address new security issues. Guest blog written by Paul Miller.
4G to 5G: How to keep operating expenses under control
As mentioned in part 1 of this blog series, 5G will require the deployment of significantly more hardware to increase density and meet network coverage requirements. As one might imagine, adding 20X or more pieces of hardware to a network generates significant operating expenses (OpEx). Guest blog written by Paul Miller.
Closing the gap between the datasheet and reality
You’re designing a mass-market OBD dongle for consumer vehicles with a built-in latest-gen multiband, multi-constellation GNSS receiver. Its datasheet promises two-metre CEP68 position accuracy, which means that 68% of its measurements are within 2.0 metres of its true position.