- Could your next car be the last one you ever buy?
- Driverless Vehicles on UK roads in 2017 as Govt releases Code of Practice for Autonomous Vehicles
- “Smart Cities” is so “Information Super Highway”
- Fail more to discover the value in the connected future
- Intel Internet of Things infographic predicts $6.2 trillion revenues by 2025
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Category Archives: Networks
The most compelling reason for the mass adoption of driverless cars is economics, be it personal, business or Government. It’s that simple. Unlike many other technology must-haves, the benefits are tangible and don’t solely rely on the elusive “productivity benefits”, … Continue reading
In the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, visionaries and techies were talking about the “Information Super Highway”. In 1989 Senator Al Gore was chairing a US Senate hearing on the Information Super Highway. At the time, the prevalent metaphor was of … Continue reading
The “bottom up” connected future requires mass experimentation and a lot of failure to find the services that are valuable and viable. A recent MIT Technology Review article talks about the underappreciated ties between art and innovation and also the … Continue reading
Recently I’ve been Tweeting on “Bottom up, Incremental, Inclusive” (BII) approach to building Smart Cities. Whether its Smart City OS or a Walled Garden approach, history tells us that not only cities, but recent advances like the Internet, just aren’t … Continue reading
In March 2011, I wrote about the UK Government plans for HS2 High Speed rail link. My message was clear and simple, don’t move the people to the work (moving atoms), move the work to the people (moving bits). The … Continue reading
Ok, this could be a whole book on its own, so let’s start at the high level in this post. The e-book will come later 😉 In summary, I believe there is a distracting and value destroying focus on technology … Continue reading
Here’s another beautiful infographic on IoT from Intel. Clearly we need to have connected devices to enable this potential revenue streams. I’d like to see more focus on the value of the problems we’re solving, rather than (endless) predicitions on … Continue reading
In the connected world everything, not just everyone, will be connected. This offers great opportunities for new services. With hyper-connectedness it will be possible to connect with almost anything from anywhere. This hyper-connectivity is what will enable and drive value … Continue reading
I am a firm advocate of connected cities, the technology that underpins them and the belief that it generates economic benefit for the city and the citizens. Finding good data support this belief is an on-going search. A recent FT … Continue reading