Hi , this week we have analyzed 68 use cases and picked the 10 important projects you should have on your radar. Your time is money, so let's start.
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IoT 5G M2M
British telecom company Inmarsat and semiconductor company MediaTek claim to have successfully tested a first-of-a-kind hybrid satellite and cellular network for 5G IoT services. Read more
IoT Food Agriculture
Software AG works with the Swinburne University of Technology and Australian food company Bega Cheese to track the quality of milk products at 100 dairy farms. Read more
IoT Industrial Manufacturing
IIoT startup AMI Global and the pump manufacturer Peerless Pump Company launched a real-time fire pump system Peerless FireConnect. The solution involves pump performance monitoring, fire pump testing history, predictive maintenance, and app notifications via SMS or email. Read more
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FinTech Digital Currency
China's central bank, the People's Bank of China, tests its Digital Currency Electronic Payment (DCEP) on small retail transactions and plans to use this digital currency during the Winter Olympic Games 2022 in Beijing.
Blockchain Energy Compliance
Australian blockchain startup Power Ledger is collaborating with energy company BCPG on a renewable energy credit (REC) marketplace. REC is a certificate corresponding to energy produced from renewable sources and can be sold or traded. Read more
Daimler, Bosch, Boerse Stuttgart (second largest German stock exchange), and the startup 51nodes are testing new financial business models (like pay-per-use) powered by blockchain technology. Read more
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United States Department of Energy is working with Microsoft on an AI-powered solution for the response to natural disasters such as floods and wildfires. The consortium is planning to build 10–30 systems to analyze massive data sets like blaze temperatures or wind direction in real-time. Read more
US grocery chain Save Mart partners with SaaS company Revionics to analyze how price changes affect consumer demand. Read more
Oxford University is collaborating with AI leaders DeepMind to develop algorithms that tune quantum computers faster than humans. This solution could help further scale quantum processors. Read more
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AI Space Exploration
A team at NASA used AI to dig through massive datasets and discovered 50 new planets. This project can help further advance the use of AI for more efficient space exploration. Read more
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