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Hitachi Rail trialling train sensors to replace ticket barriers

The firm is testing the system in northern Italy and believes it could be used on trains, buses and trams in the UK Railway station ticket barriers could be replaced by sensors which detect when passengers board trains, Hitachi Rail has claimed. The train manufacturer is developing technology designed to ensure travellers are automatically charged… Read More


What is the state of enterprise IoT in the UK?

A new report shows UK organisations lack the technical knowledge to independently deliver IoT projects UK firms need IoT coaching and guidance and are relying on IoT service providers for both consulting support and technical enablement, according to a new ISG report. “Enterprises in the country need a fair amount of coaching and guidance to… Read More


Video: 5G and the Intelligent Edge at Cloud Expo Asia
Is the 5G market ready for mainstream deployments and how much business value can be created for the enterprise by 5G, compared to existing technologies?   At Cloud Expo Asia Hong Kong, Techerati caught up with David Turkington, Head of Technology, APAC at GSMA, to learn about the impact of intelligent connectivity at the wireless... Read More

Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium: On the frontline of today’s cyber battlefield
Ahead of her presentation at Cloud Expo Asia Singapore in October, Dr Vivy Suhendra, executive director at the Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium, dives deep into the consortium’s work to shore up Singapore's cyber resilience Cyber security is a constantly evolving field, and rapidly so. We need to not only keep pace with cyber threats in the... Read More

Intel announces availability of Loihi neuromorphic chip for compute-intensive AI

The company has also combined 64 Loihis into a powerful neuromorphic system Intel has made its neuromorphic chip Loihi available to the research community two years after the specialised semiconductor was unveiled. Loihi’s architecture is inspired by the properties of biological brains and can process information up to 1,000 faster and 10,000 times more efficiently… Read More