Information Technology

Today marks the second ever International E-waste Day, to bring awareness to the burden that e-waste places on the environment. The aim is to reduce that burden and save natural resources. More than 100 organisations from 44 countries stand behind... Read more

Even for smaller server rooms, temperature management for a business' IT infrastructure is vital, and precision air-conditioning is vital. To meet demand, the EC Tower, a split air-conditioning unit, has been launched by STULZ UK, offering high... Read more

The European Union has launched two World Trade Organization disputes against India and Turkey, respectively targeting unlawful import duties on ICT products and pharmaceuticals. Large economic interests and important legal principles are at stake... Read more

The Czech company ZAT, a producer of control systems for power engineering and industry, has enhanced its competences in the field of information technologies with the acquisition of a subsidiary company, Definity Systems. Read more

IP communications enabler Softil has released its annual review of past year operations for the Mission Critical Communications (MCC or MCX) industry. Read more

A majority of companies are planning to digitise their customs processes or have already taken the first steps to implement this, according to a new study, ‘Clear the track for Digital Customs Management’, by software company AEB. Read more

Mission-critical communications (MCC) enabler Softil is joining the Public Safety Technology Alliance (PSTA) as a Platinum member to assist in the identification and selection of best in class standards for the next generation of first responder tool Read more

Fail fast, learn quickly and ending lengthy hand-over procedures between in-house development and testing teams was key to ghTrack® becoming Europe’s largest data sharing platform for the supply chain says Finn Normann Pedersen, Senior Product Manage Read more

Smart in, a company from Katowice, a part of the INTROL Group – one of the largest Polish engineering holding companies – is Poland’s leading provider of the IT services, auditing and consulting in the fields of Smart City, Smart Region and IoT. Read more

Nick Boughton, digital lead at systems integrator and industrial cybersecurity expert, Boulting Technology, shares his advice for making critical infrastructure more secure. Read more

They can with simulation aided design solutions says Tatu Karvinen, Managing Director of Finnish Insight Engineering firm Convergentia. Read more

The mobile operator community now has a golden opportunity to capture its share of the $20 billion digital identity market, but it requires fast and united adoption of the GSMA’s Mobile Connect technology says Joakim Nylund, CEO, Exomi. Read more

IoT infrastructure security firm Tosibox Oy of Finland has appointed world-renowned cyber security expert Jarno Limnéll as its new Chief Executive Officer. Read more

Softil and global solution provider K-Won Corporation have jointly announced the news that Softil’s award-winning BEEHD software development kit (SDK) has been selected to drive a new generation of K-Won 3GPP standard compliant mission-critical push- Read more

The German distributed data centre company Cloud&Heat Technologies has announced that its containerised products will in future be mass-produced in the Czech Republic by TradeDX, the local subsidiary of Chinese manufacturing giant Foxconn. Read more

Renishaw, a UK-based Additive manufacturing (AM) systems and software manufacturer and user, has launched a dedicated AM Guide on its website. Read more

Applied Risk, an established leader in industrial security, has launched a new program to enable Europe's industrial operators and suppliers to achieve compliance with IEC 62443 standards. Read more

Rockwell Automation took visitors to Tire Technology Expo 2018 on an in-depth journey through enabling technologies, smart manufacturing and modern data analytics solutions. Read more

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are not a new phenomenon. The technology was first used during the Second World War to gather intelligence by taking aerial photographs. However, today’s applications for GIS are far more sophisticated. Read more

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