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Agriculture and the IoT: Networked Globe Briefing – 15 April 2014.

Today’s IoT news looks at agricultural aspects of M2M technologies with a US based smart sprinkler system, a cloud based cattle management that uses a non-digestible smart pellet to monitor cows’ health and a real life example from Tasmania on how the Internet of Things can help farmers.

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Driving the third wave of computing

Salesforce’s Vivek Kundra sees healthcare as one of the great opportunities for the Internet of Things as we enter the third wave of computing

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Corralling data in a crisis – The Emergency Services Integrated Communications Vehicle

The Emergency Services Integrated Communications Vehicle shows how Big Data and the internet of things can help disaster management.

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Peak data and the Internet of Things

Australian researchers believe we are reaching the limits of current wireless technology

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Moving to a data era – an interview with Cisco’s Wim Elfrink

Moving to a data era – Cisco’s Wim Elfrink discusses emerging markets, the internet of things and smart cities.

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Wiring the Island State

How Tasmania sees the internet of things reinvigorating Australia’s island state.

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Formula One and the quest for understanding

Big data and the internet of thing is essential for the modern Formula One car, Team Lotus’ Technical Director Nick Chester says

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The Internet of Racing Machines

Formula One racing gives us a glimpse of the technologies that will run business in the near future.

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London’s quest to lead Europe’s tech industry

The UK Prime Minister has made a bold bid for the British capital to lead Europe’s tech industry.

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How the Internet of Things can change customer service

Salesforce’s Alex Bard explains how he sees the Internet of Things and social media changing customer service.