Smart Antenna Technologies Ltd

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Smart Antenna Technologies (SAT) is a private spinout company founded by CTO Sampson Hu in 2013, following pioneering antenna research during his PhD at University of Birmingham.

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CISOMAG | February 26, 2020

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Cloud security company Zscaler stated in its report “IoT Devices in the Enterprise 2020: Shadow IoT Emerges as Security Threat,” that the shift in shadow IoT emerged as a security threat to enterprises’ security posture.As enterprises embraced mobility and always-on connectivity for employees, the lines have blurred between company-owned and privately-owned devices, and between the workplace and the home. Zscaler stated that in many cases enterprise IT teams might not even be a...

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Staceyoniot | January 20, 2020

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Retailers are going all in on the internet of things. Whether it’s with cameras that monitor for shoplifters or sensors that track individuals via their smartphone’s Wi-Fi when they step inside a store, retailers are increasingly capturing the data we’re generating in their brick-and-mortar locations. They’re using the data to understand everything from who is buying their products to who is stealing from them to how to better optimize their supply chain. Almost 9 out of ...

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DCS RELEASES THIRD-PARTY APIS TO ACCELERATE IOT DEPLOYMENTS

DCS | June 11, 2020

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DCS is at the epicenter of the Internet of Things, assisting their partners to procure, develop and deploy hardware and software platforms that make IOT programs easier and less costly. IOT customers around the world rely on DCS’s 10 years ...

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ANTHONY LEVANDOWSKI ADMITS STEALING GOOGLE'S SELF-DRIVING CAR SECRETS

IoT Tech News | March 20, 2020

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A former Google engineer has admitted stealing trade secrets relating to the company's self-driving car work.Anthony Levandowski was accused of downloading thousands of proprietary files from Google in 2015 prior to leaving the company.One of the files downloaded by Levandowski to his personal laptop was called 'Chauffeur TL weekly updates – Q4 2015,' and featured details about Google's self-driving program. "I downloaded this file with the intent to use it for the ben...

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CISOMAG | February 26, 2020

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SHADOW IOT DEVICES BECOME GROWING RISK FACTOR TO ENTERPRISE SECURITY: ZSCALER

Cloud security company Zscaler stated in its report “IoT Devices in the Enterprise 2020: Shadow IoT Emerges as Security Threat,” that the shift in shadow IoT emerged as a security threat to enterprises’ security posture.As enterprises embraced mobility and always-on connectivity for employees, the lines have blurred between company-owned and privately-owned devices, and between the workplace and the home. Zscaler stated that in many cases enterprise IT teams might not even be a...

Read More

Staceyoniot | January 20, 2020

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THE FUTURE OF RETAIL IS TRACKING AND IOT

Retailers are going all in on the internet of things. Whether it’s with cameras that monitor for shoplifters or sensors that track individuals via their smartphone’s Wi-Fi when they step inside a store, retailers are increasingly capturing the data we’re generating in their brick-and-mortar locations. They’re using the data to understand everything from who is buying their products to who is stealing from them to how to better optimize their supply chain. Almost 9 out of ...

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DCS | June 11, 2020

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DCS RELEASES THIRD-PARTY APIS TO ACCELERATE IOT DEPLOYMENTS

DCS is at the epicenter of the Internet of Things, assisting their partners to procure, develop and deploy hardware and software platforms that make IOT programs easier and less costly. IOT customers around the world rely on DCS’s 10 years ...

Read More

IoT Tech News | March 20, 2020

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ANTHONY LEVANDOWSKI ADMITS STEALING GOOGLE'S SELF-DRIVING CAR SECRETS

A former Google engineer has admitted stealing trade secrets relating to the company's self-driving car work.Anthony Levandowski was accused of downloading thousands of proprietary files from Google in 2015 prior to leaving the company.One of the files downloaded by Levandowski to his personal laptop was called 'Chauffeur TL weekly updates – Q4 2015,' and featured details about Google's self-driving program. "I downloaded this file with the intent to use it for the ben...

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