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New White Paper addresses key challenges for SMEs and start-ups developing IoT products and services

BSI and PETRAS launched the new IoT Standards White Paper, Navigating and informing the IoT standards landscape: A guide for SMEs and Start-ups, at the BSI Standards Conference at Park Plaza on 25th April 2019.

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IoT in Ports: Six Key Security and Governance Challenges for the UK

In January 2019, the UK Government published its Maritime 2050: Navigating the Future strategy. In the strategy, the government highlighted the importance of digitalisation (with well-designed regulatory support) to achieving its goal of ensuring that the UK plays a global leadership role in the maritime sector.

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Insights into ensuring society benefits from IoT: Living in the Internet of Things 2019

The 2019 PETRAS/IET Living in the Internet of Things conference was held at London’s Savoy Place on the 1-2 May.

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PETRAS academics explore mainstreaming IoT theme at IoT India Congress

PETRAS academics attended the 2019 IoT India Congress, held on the 22-23 August in Bangalore, the fourth in a major event series organised by IET India. Themed on mainstreaming the Internet of Things, the congress saw over 1000 participants attend a packed two-day event and was a tremendous demonstration of the vibrant tech culture in IoT in India. Professor David De …

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Are you aware of your legal right to data portability?

In the emerging Internet of Things (IoT) environment, it is not only important to have access to one’s data but also the ability to transfer it across different devices and platforms.

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Spotlight On: Dr Larissa Pschetz

In this monthly feature, we provide some insight into the PETRAS community who make up our diverse research Centre.

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