Calum Green is the founder and owner of Sports Injury and Rehabilitation Clinic CG Injury Rehab. He’s always looking for ways to improve his client’s programmes and embraces technology as a growing force in his industry. Over recent times developments in technology have boomed. The introduction of virtual reality in gaming, connected fridges and self-driving … Continue reading InfiVIEW: Sports Injury and Rehabilitation expert – CG Injury Rehab
Security is likely the first point of call in most industries; if your business isn’t protected, you’re going to have issues. So how can we implement M2M to enhance our security solutions? Connecting our sensors and devices to the IoT (Internet of Things) not only allows us to keep on top of security in real-time, … Continue reading How can cameras and M2M improve security and protection?
There’s no question that when implemented correctly the return on investment (ROI) when using IoT applications can be great. After all, who doesn’t want quicker, more accurate, automated processes within their business? But ask yourself, what are you planning to achieve by using IoT within your business? Are you looking to cut costs? Perhaps maximise … Continue reading Maximising your ROI from IoT solutions
The Internet of Things is redefining healthcare as we know it. We’re moving on to a whole new level when it comes to the way that apps, devices and people interact when delivering healthcare solutions. IoT has given us a fresh outlook as new tools that accommodate an integrated healthcare network, subsequently the care that … Continue reading What are the main benefits of IoT in healthcare?
The more you train the better you’ll be; after all, practice makes perfect. For years this has been the staple vision when looking to improve in a sporting capacity. But what about this; the better you train, the better you’ll be? Over recent years the way elite athletes train and monitor their progress has changed. … Continue reading M2M in sport: How is connected technology changing the way we train?
The best way to define the Internet of Things (IoT) is simply ‘using the internet to connect physical objects. This includes, but is not limited to electronic devices, vehicles, and building maintenance systems’. These objects or “things” are embedded with software and sensors enabling them to interact with each other without any human input. For a more … Continue reading What are the IoT experts saying in 2016?
The future of the automotive industry might not be as far away as we once thought. Admittedly our cars aren’t flying yet, but with the likes of connected cars and autonomous vehicles, the motor industry stands head and shoulders above where it was a decade ago. Cars aren’t just designed as a means of transport … Continue reading Are autonomous vehicles the future of driving?
The Internet of Things (IoT) – a network of devices that are all connected to the internet. It’s a great way to provide solutions to a number of everyday issues. You may think this applies only to industries or products that are ‘techy’, but that’s not the case at all. IoT or M2M (machine to machine) … Continue reading Five things you might not know about Internet of Things
A recent survey of businesses across the UK has identified exactly what the main M2M requirements are: The survey, which looked at decision makers involved in the early stages of M2M adoption, has revealed a list of the key factors that are considered by businesses looking to get involved in the internet of things. At … Continue reading Recent M2M survey