Mind the Gap
Agriculture 4.0: the smarter way to farm
October 04, 2019
It is well reported that agriculture and the way we farm needs to undergo significant change in order to produce food more efficiently and more sustainably. With poor planning and massive waste...
So, what is Multiple Myeloma?
September 16, 2019
We all know about checking for lumps, not smoking, moderating alcohol intake, cutting down on meat and processed foods, and covering up with factor 50. But would you know the causes, signs or...
The Myeloma Race
July 25, 2019
Finding out that you have an incurable disease with a prognosis of 5-10 years is hard to describe. All I want to do now is, accept the restrictions I have and live as normally as I possibly can,...
Digitising Industry, Digitising Everything
July 02, 2019
The theme of this year’s Cambridge Wireless International Conference CWIC2019 was Digitising Industry – a theme which is enormously wide ranging and could easily fill a full week’s worth of talks...
CES – the Weird, the Wonderful and the Whacky
January 24, 2019
For many, January is that time of year when life gets smaller as you stay indoors out of the winter cold, refrain from all the exciting things you recently ate in the hope of reducing your...
Losing Touch / Digital Detox
October 10, 2018
Could you give up your phone? That’s what Simon Cowell and a number of other celebrities claim to be doing. Mr Cowell has said, “The difference it made was that I became more aware of the people...
Low power cellular technology choices for IoT
September 24, 2018
I recently attended a webinar about how 5G will help IoT. This webinar looked at Mobile IoT or Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) and how IoT devices can utilise the cellular network - both NarrowBand IoT...
September 10, 2018
Have you ever got to the till and experienced the embarrassment of realising you don’t have enough cash on you to pay? You’ve just picked up an impulse buy then realised that the small change,...
Bluetooth 5 - What is it Going to enable next
September 04, 2018
Today it is difficult to find a wireless enabled smart device that doesn’t use Bluetooth in some form or another. That double arrow head symbol appears in all sorts of places from your car, your...
July 31, 2018
I’d like to think we’re good parents. Our kids are encouraged to eat their greens, remember their manners, never talk to strangers and always use the Green Cross Code. Oh, and no bike helmet...
Time to Chat to the Chatbot?
November 14, 2017
Remember how everyone complained when automated telephone answering began? I know I did! We wanted a human person to talk to. However, in today’s fast moving digital world, we want to communicate...
Autonomous Cars – How is the collected data used and shared?
October 10, 2017
Autonomous vehicles will soon become one of the main communication and data hubs for our lives if you believe some technologists. As Artificial Intelligence (AI) becomes the norm for more...
Let’s Remove the Blindfolds and Reap the Full Benefits of Technology
September 28, 2017
What a difference a year makes in the tech world. Last year saw the release of the iPhone 7 with reports of people desperate to get their hands on one and shops running out of stock. Apple’s...
The Internet of Things Smartens Up the Office
September 20, 2017
Last year we heard a lot about the smart home and this year it’s all about Industry 4.0 and the smart factory. But what about the smart office? What are the benefits and what IoT innovations can...
Artificial Intelligence and the Autonomous Car
September 13, 2017
This week the largest Motor trade show is on in Frankfurt. Known for its reveals - this one has had no less than 100 new announcements of new production cars and concepts in the first day alone....