The British and Lions rugby team is trialling a performance dashboard that uses Internet of Things (IoT) technology to revolutionise how player data is evaluated, which will enhance its performance on the field as it prepares to face the Springboks in a much-anticipated series of three tests starting this weekend.
IoT.nxt is joining leading companies, business associations, academics and governments from several countries for the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) Virtual Conference on the 4th Industrial Revolution this week.
As the adoption of Internet of Things technology solutions accelerates, so do concerns about security as the number of connected devices create more opportunity for breaches.
Rapid urbanisation, changing demands around service delivery by citizens and heightened awareness about issues like climate change and sustainability demand that the public service look at new ways to manage all aspects of their operations.
IoT.nxt Chief of Product Engineering, André Jacobs, won the 2020 IITPSA Technology Excellence Award* last month. We asked him about his career, the innovation culture of IoT.nxt and more.
Sustainability has emerged as a key theme for business across the globe in recent years and interest has intensified as more and more decision-makers, government and business leaders included, focus on the impact of climate change and how this must be addressed.
The webinar will be presented at 15:30 (SA local time, GMT +2) on 14 April 2021 and is free to attend.
IOT.NXT (Pty) Ltd announced today that Nico Steyn is stepping aside as CEO of the company he co-founded with partners Terje Moen and Bertus Jacobs in late 2015.
A suite of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions are being rolled out and others are under development to address the many issues facing existing water supply infrastructure around the world.
IoT hardware and software provider IoT.nxt with partner Gilela Business Innovations developed a fire control panel monitoring solution, now live at 25 sites across South Africa, that improves the protection of R3bn worth of insured assets.