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21 December 2015
According to a new report from the Carbon Trust, supported by Machina Research, mobile technology accounts for a 180 million tonne saving in carbon emissions annually. The GeSI Mobile Carbon Impact report released by the Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI), authored by the Carbon Trust found that mobile networks generated a ...
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17 December 2015
The European Commission has just published its eSkills Manifesto 2015, featuring policy-makers and other experts from across Europe assessing the implications of key technology disruptions in the context of what ICT skills and competences will be required in future. Featured prominently in the report are developments around the Internet of ...
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16 December 2015
The December 2015 edition of the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC)'s Journal of Innovation features an article "IIC Business Strategy and Solution Lifecycle: Managing the IIoT Value Chain Transformation" co-authored by Machina Research's Chief Research Officer Jim Morrish, along with Dirk Slama of Bosch, and Fujitsu's Jacques Durand. Access a copy ...
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10 December 2015
Machina Research, the world’s leading provider of strategic market intelligence on the Internet of Things, today published a Strategy Report, focusing on the broad spectrum of new issues and market and commercial dynamics that arise with the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT). The Internet of Things (IoT) will ...
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03 December 2015
Machina Research, the world’s leading provider of strategic market intelligence on the Internet of Things today announced the launch of the Smart City Managers Forum a new initiative aimed at sharing best practice, for free, with Smart City managers about how to best roll out Smart City applications Machina Research ...
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01 December 2015
Machina Research recently worked with Xively to survey 1,700 enteprises about their adoption of IoT and attitudes towards it. The highlights have been synthesized into a summary report. The Internet of Things is shifting from companies asking “if” to “how” they should be taking advantage of creating connected products. In ...
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