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INSIDE SECURE | The Wild West of Mobile Security
INSIDE SECURE | The Wild West of Mobile Security
The researchers know from past experience that some banks do take security of their mobile applications seriously. These are the banks the researchers work with on a daily basis. Given no application in the sample set achieved an A or B rating, it emphasises how much in the minority these banks are.
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Intamac And Securitas Collaborate To Improve Monitoring Structures
Intamac And Securitas Collaborate To Improve Monitoring Structures
Securitas wanted to give new and existing customers a proposition that was unlike anything they had offered before, a security system that broke the traditional mould but took advantage of the monitoring infrastructure that was already in place, including the manned response capabilities and alarm receiving centres.
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Integrated Blockchain Offering
Integrated Blockchain Offering
TCS has partnered with ABN AMRO bank to explore the potential of blockchain in the clearing and settlement segment. This test explores how tokenized cash balances and equities are allotted and transferred between issuers, clearing banks, and investors. We leveraged our PoC platform within a sandbox environment integrated to their back-office platform. This engagement tries to establish whether a distributed ledger integrated with legacy systems can create a‘single source’of truth to allow instant cash settlements
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Kinseed enables remote patient monitoring
Kinseed enables remote patient monitoring
Kinseed’s core purpose is ‘Connecting the Disconnected’ – whether that means people, information, or processes. Working with Great Ormond Street Hospital, Kinseed identified a major gap in accessing patient data. The monitoring of patients during transit to the hospital was predominantly manual and high-effort. A solution for real-time monitoring did not exist and handover processes were manual, slow and prone to error.Using a standard bedside monitor to track patients’ vital signs, Kinseed created an application to access and analyse this data in real-time, which consultants could access from their phones and tablets at Great Ormond Street Hospital or from wherever the specialist resided when providing care. The challenge for Kinseed was connectivity. The company needed a partner that could provide reliable and robust connectivity, ensuring that consultants were able to access critical patient data without issue.
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MachineShop's EdgeIQ Optimized for Oil and Gas
MachineShop's EdgeIQ Optimized for Oil and Gas
The Oil and Gas industry is one of the most capital intensive and highly distributed value chains in the world. Some of the most important and expensive processes - exploration, extraction and production - can take place thousands of miles from operational decision-makers. Midstream and downstream operations can be equally complicated and critical to maximizing revenue and profits.
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Modbus TCP to HTTP
ABC Company’s site consists of multiple industrial motors, called drives, that are used to bend wire into hangers.  Currently they use a system called File Maker to manually input inventory and job details.  Information such as job started, stopped, maintenance required, wire required, and others are all manually written on log sheets before being inserted into the main File Maker database.  The current process is slow, not in real-time, and allows for mistakes to occur in the data entry.  There are also two site locations, and for the remote site the data needs to be sent to their main site for data logging.The company is currently updating all their drives which will allow them to have all the data points available as Modbus TCP data points.  We have been asked to help the customer integrate the Modbus TCP data automatically from the drives and send it directly to the File Maker system using HTTP requests in real time.NEEDS / REQUIREMENTSA custom Modbus TCP driver to get data from the drives and push various state data and inventory information to File MakerStable hardware and/or software to be installed on both the local and remote site to gather, store, and transmit the dataNeeds to be scalable and efficient
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OWASP CAL9000 Project
OWASP CAL9000 Project
A featured set of current web proxies and automated scanners had yet to be made standardized.  
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Permeable Pavement Allows for Sewer Overflow Reduction
The City of Omaha enlisted Opti to actively test the effectiveness of permeable pavements and real-time stormwater management as Best Management Practices.
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PubNub Aids in McDonald's Malaysian Campaign
PubNub Aids in McDonald's Malaysian Campaign
McDonald’s Save the Sundae Cone campaign had a McDonald’s Sundae Cone on the digital billboard, which was slowly melting in the heat of the city. To “save” the sundae cone, the audience needed to spin a giant fan that would ‘cool’ the sundae cone and ‘un-melt’ it. They did this by spinning a mini-fan, which was accessed through their mobile device’s web browser. At the end, participants were given a voucher on their smartphone to be redeemed at a McDonald’s across the street for a free sundae cone. The realtime network needed to be able to handle hundreds of users simultaneously, and with such a large audience, 100% uptime was vital for the campaign.
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Results of the implementation of SmartEAM at INTERPIPE
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Siemens Chooses Effective Software's Solution as their Safety Software
Siemens Chooses Effective Software's Solution as their Safety Software
Before implementing our safety software solution, Michael Armitage, EHS Manager noted how Siemens had a lot of business units using different systems for the recording of EHS events. There was a clear need for a more efficient system for managing EHS data which would fit both client and divisional reporting requirements. The biggest issue with each business unit using a different H&S system was that a lot of them were using old databases and in some cases, Excel spreadsheets. Risk assessments, inspections and audits, method statements and training all sat separately with little or no interaction.
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Siemens Wants to Reduce Time to Market by Speeding up Cycle Times
Siemens Wants to Reduce Time to Market by Speeding up Cycle Times
To reduce time to market by speeding up cycle times, and reduce manufacturing and inventory costs, of complex building system automation equipment.
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Smart energy by Mobisol
Smart energy by Mobisol
Mobisol combines solar power generation with innovative technology, mobile communication and affordable microfinancing solutions for customers. The company’s solar home systems comprise elements such as solar cells, power inverters and a battery system. It also offers a range of low power consumption electrical devices adapted to the output that the solar system can produce, such as LED lights, televisions and charging stations for mobile phones.A key aspect of Mobisol’s business model is ensuring that the agreed installments are paid on time. Therefore, the solar home systems needed to be fitted with SIM cards that cannot be removed without destroying the devices. If payments are not made the system can be switched off remotely. Mobisol was looking for a mobile partner that was able to provide SIMs and mobile coverage in the across the east African countries in which it operates.
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Smart Lighting Solution with WebNMS IoT Platform
Smart Lighting Solution with WebNMS IoT Platform
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StoveTrace: How Clean Cooking Technologies Save Lives
StoveTrace: How Clean Cooking Technologies Save Lives
» Approximately 3 billion people, about 40 percent of the world’s population, depend on traditional cookstoves that use fuels like firewood, cow dung and crop residues for their cooking needs. The Global Burden of Disease Study 2010 estimates that 4 million people die each year as a result of inhaling the smoke and soot produced by cooking over traditional cookstoves.» Switching to clean cookstoves can reduce the amount of firewood used for cooking, as well as the amount of smoke indoors and outdoors. This could lead to reduced pollution and improved health for the women and children who are most exposed to the smoke. Unfortunately, not all clean cookstoves perform well in the field and preferably only the most advanced clean biomass-burning cookstoves should be used. While even these cookstoves still burn locally available biomass, but dramatically and measurably reduce harmful emissions.» At a cost of approximately 2700-6500 Indian rupees (US $42-$100) each, advanced clean cookstoves are currently unaffordable for the estimated 2 billion people worldwide living on less than US $3 per day. Registered carbon credit programs are beginning to provide financial incentives for reducing carbon emissions through the use of clean cookstoves. However, it is difficult and expensive to verify that these stoves are being used, and the reduction in carbon emissions that results from use of clean cookstoves, making it a challenge to apply carbon credits for improved cooking technologies.
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The Mathematical Functions of IOTA
The rise and success of Bitcoin during the last six years proved that blockchain technology has real-world value. However, this technology also has a number of drawbacks that prevent it from being used as a generic platform for cryptocurrencies across the globe. One notable drawback is the concept of a transaction fee for transactions of any value. The importance of micropayments will increase in the rapidly developing IoT industry, and paying a fee that is larger than the amount of value being transferred is not logical. Furthermore, it is not easy to get rid of fees in the blockchain infrastructure since they serve as an incentive for the creators of blocks.
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Veniam | CONNECTED CARS WILL COME BEFORE 5G
Veniam | CONNECTED CARS WILL COME BEFORE 5G
Some IoT devices consume massive amounts of information. A single autonomous vehicle today can demand up to 40 terabytes of data for every eight hours it’s on the road. You get the idea. Mobile adoption and usage are absolutely exploding, with no end in sight. And that would be fantastic if the network could handle that kind of traffic. With 4G/LTE networks already reaching capacity, the industry is looking ahead to the next big Thing and 5G promises to be just that.
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ZumIQ APPLICATION ENVIRONMENT: REMOTE MONITORING OF FIELD ASSETS
ZumIQ APPLICATION ENVIRONMENT: REMOTE MONITORING OF FIELD ASSETS
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