Feature "Smart City"
Urban mobility – Parking and Car Sharing in Tomorrow’s Cities
How can we solve the increasing congestion and pollution in cities caused by traffic? Thomas Frohn from VDI Wissensforum looks at how data is used to optimize automotive offers.
Smart Service Power: A Case Study on Building a Successful IoT Aged Care Service
IoT offers great potential to transform society for the better, but where do you start? Bettina Horster from VIVAI Software illustrates the steps taken to develop a new IoT-supported solution for aged care.
Industry Insights "IoT"
Security and E-Health: Between Privacy and Beneficial Innovation
Whatever, put a chip in it
Building the Infrastructure for the Future Driving Experience
Realizing the vision of the connected and self-driving car of the future will require significant advances in connectivity, and the IoT will need to be built into the landscape to provide a seamless user experience. Klaus Landefeld, Vice-Chair of the Board at the eco Association, on the intelligent highway.
Industry Insights "Connectivity"
The Car as Connected Platform — Connecting Stakeholders in the Automotive Industry
Feature "Cyber Security"
Connected Car Security
The potential for the connected car to improve safety on the road is immense, but its ability to do so also depends on the IT security built into the system. dotmagazine spoke to IT security specialist and Member of the Board at the eco Association, Professor Norbert Pohlmann, about the challenges of securing connected cars.
Industry Insights "Cyber Security"
New Frontiers for Car Security: API Management
Blockchain-based Solutions and IT/Cyber Security for Autonomous Driving – Legal Barriers
Feature "Artificial Intelligence"
The Intelligence in the Network
Artificial Intelligence is becoming science fact with remarkable speed. But what is the nature of this intelligence, and what are the risks? Internet pioneer and eco Board Member Klaus Landefeld explains how far AI has come.
Industry Insights "Artificial Intelligence"
Artificial Intelligence - A Quite Fantastic Machine
Feature "Network Security & Safety"
Current Challenges in EU Telecom Security
What is the current state of security for telecommunications in Europe and what are the challenges telecom companies are facing to keep our communication secure? Dr Dan Tofan, from the EU Cyber Security Agency, ENISA, gives insight into the challenges.
Industry Insights "Network Security & Safety"
Reestablishing communications when disaster strikes
Bridging the Digital Divide
Simplifying Complex Tasks and Reducing Errors with Blockchain
As more and more of our business processes become digital, companies are continually facing the challenge of ensuring not only the security of their systems and secrets, but also confirming the validity and veracity of external documents like contracts, invoices and payment advice. Blockchain can help to face these challenges, as Judith Ellis explains.
doteditorial: Data-Driven Mobility & The Connected Car Market
Data is the unlimited resource powering the future of driving. A look at the conditions needed for connected and self-driving cars, and the potential to harness and monetize the power of data.
Industry Insights "IoT"
The Car as a Driver for Data Growth Needing New Infrastructure Solutions
Feature "Digital Infrastructure"
doteditorial: Creating the Conditions for IoT Business
IoT is transforming markets, revolutionizing service provision, and opening up potential for new business models. Andreas Weiss, Director of Digital Business Models at eco, explores where IoT is, where it’s going, and what it needs to thrive.
Industry Insights "Digital Infrastructure"
Industrial Internet of Things: How the Right Infrastructure Boosts Growth and Innovation
Infrastructure for the Evolution of the City
IoT – Innovations, Obstacles & Trends
Feature "Smart City"
No Smart City Without the Internet
Concepts for smart cities are designed to help deal with the problems of ever-growing cities. The Internet – especially the Internet of Things – takes a key role in this development. Why this is the case and what the potential of the Smart City is for the economy is explained in interview by eco CEO Harald A. Summa.
Gridlock: When DDoS Jams Networks
The growing trend of mega Distributed Denial of Service attacks, and the businesses and critical infrastructures vulnerable to it
Feature "Company Security"
Blockchain & IoT: Blockchain’s Most Exciting Prospects Have Nothing To Do With Money
The most prominent example of what blockchain can do are currencies such as bitcoin. It is, arguably, also the most boring example — not because blockchain is boring, which it isn’t, but because money is boring. As Mathias Röckel explains, the more exciting prospects have to do with traditional industries – and the creation of new business models.