Tag: Innovation

IoT and Edge Computing Services

by on August 2, 2018 8:33 pm
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the most hyped topics in today’s technology coverage. But what really is IoT? The term IoT summarizes all connected “entities”. The Internet of Things is made up of the smallest machines up to the largest computers. All of them have in common that they use networking technology… Read more IoT and Edge Computing Services

Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing in Defence Systems

by on August 1, 2018 9:50 am
“An unmanned systems future, really for almost every facet of our life, is inevitable.  It is not going away, so we need to deal with it head-on” says Brigadier General Frank Kelley, and I concur. Kelley, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy’s unmanned systems put forward his idea that the unmanned drones are on… Read more Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing in Defence Systems

Silicon Valley: the NIMBYland

by on July 27, 2018 12:24 am
It is a well-known fact that, much like the treacherous waters surrounding Alcatraz Island, the housing market in the Bay area is a cold and unforgiving place to be if one doesn’t have the means to stay afloat. The price of housing has been increasing steadily over the last few decades, following the boom of… Read more Silicon Valley: the NIMBYland

Welcome to Main Street. The new Corporate America

by on July 20, 2018 11:50 pm
It’s timely to think about the Future of Work. The noise is increasing. We require variant skills, knowledge, and experience to remain professionally relevant. Creativity I would argue is perhaps the most necessary trait in Industry 4.0. Jobs, stated the mission of Apple to build beautiful products. As only an artist who studied calligraphy in… Read more Welcome to Main Street. The new Corporate America

Military Drone latencies

by on July 19, 2018 7:32 pm
The near future in the aviation industry looks to be one hundred percent autonomous. There are already current military systems that are able to control and navigate autonomous systems from nearby bases and unmanned aerial vehicles that possess the power to access remote areas to conduct search operations, deliver potential packages, supply raw materials, scan earth… Read more Military Drone latencies

Hic Sunt Dracones

by on July 19, 2018 4:32 pm
The Space Race started with an early lead by the Soviet Union, which managed to reach a stable orbit with the first ever artificial satellite, the Sputnik 1. This impressive achievement started the so-called “Sputnik Crisis” in the United States, as the West feared that the USSR had surpassed it in space-related technologies, which had obvious… Read more Hic Sunt Dracones

Potential Future of Cloud Security

by on July 13, 2018 11:25 am
Presence of Cloud Security The application of cloud computing is ubiquitous since 2008 and the industry has experienced a fast growth with exceeding performance.  The future of cloud will put emphasis on flexibility of solutions where customers could use hybrid IT solution that balances scalability and flexibility of cloud as well as the security of… Read more Potential Future of Cloud Security

Effect of medical technological advances on our society

by on July 12, 2018 8:35 pm
Medicine has evolved in a very short time span, from ancient civilisation history of healing with the use of natural resources to the conduction of MRI and CTC scans in the modern day world. The evolution of medicine has by large had a severe impact in the increment of lifespan as well as easing pain… Read more Effect of medical technological advances on our society

Blockchain and Roadblocks

by on July 10, 2018 10:12 am
While the rest of the world seems disillusioned by cryptocurrencies, all in the red after the frenzy of the last months of 2017, it seems that Bitcoin found an improbable adopter in the people of Venezuela. But first, let’s take a look at the troubled history of Venezuela’s fiat currency. The current fiat currency of… Read more Blockchain and Roadblocks

Wearing IT around the World

by on July 9, 2018 3:26 pm
I recently returned from a trip around Hungary and Holland with a group of elite athletes as we trained and competed in the sport of water polo. Our schedule contains about 5-7 hours of intense training in and out of the water, a norm for the group I travel with. Although we are focused on… Read more Wearing IT around the World