Sensors passing go at UK terminals
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21st March 2019

Sensors passing go at UK terminals

Eligible passengers from Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, and the United States will be able to use the ePassport gates at UK airports, and at Brussels and Paris Eurostar terminals, according to a government announcement.
A year on from Uber death, is support for driverless cars increasing?
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18th March 2019

A year on from Uber death, is support ...

Public support for autonomous cars remains at historic lows, a year on from a spate of fatal accidents. Chris Middleton reports
Medical robotics booming, say analysts. A good thing?
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14th March 2019

Medical robotics booming, say analysts. A good thing?

The global medical robotics market is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.5 percent to be worth $12.6 billion in 2025 – up from just under $4 billion in 2018, according to a recent report from Ameco Research.
Uber hails IPO, investment in a crowded street
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12th March 2019

Uber hails IPO, investment in a crowded street

On-demand mobility provider Uber is expected to file for its long-awaited IPO next month, according to Reuters. The loss-making company hopes to raise up to $100 billion from listing on the stock market.
Smart factories: The pros and cons
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5th March 2019

Smart factories: The pros and cons

What role might robots, cobots, and other automated systems play in the smart factories of the future? That was the subject of a panel discussion at the recent Manufacturing Automation and Robotics Summit in Birmingham.
Cyber security industry has no future in smart cities – Tsar
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27th February 2019

Cyber security industry has no future in smart ...

NEWSBYTE: UK smart city Tsar Dr Jacqui Taylor has warned that the cyber security industry “doesn’t have a future” in smart cities, connected systems, and the Internet of Things.