Ubuntu 16.04 LTS certified for Intel NUC for IoT device development

Canonical and Intel® are pleased to announce that Ubuntu 16.04 LTS is now certified on selected Intel® NUC Mini PCs and boards. This partnership will aid device manufacturer’s and their developers to a smoother path to the development and deployment of IoT devices. Applicable to a range of use cases from digital signage to home […]

Emerging Trends in Financial Services: IoT, AI and Blockchain

How do financial services organisations evolve so that they are no longer seen as cumbersome Goliaths unable to keep up with the pace of change? The answer has its roots at both an infrastructure level, where legacy technology is being replaced with something more akin to what is seen in challengers banks or in technology […]

The key IoT use cases that will drive 5G adoption

2020, the year that we expect 5G networks to begin turning on is not that far away with some already starting early so it is inevitable that the IoT will adapt to the new features that it brings. Our increasingly connected world, sometimes affectionately called the ‘hyper-connected IoT’, is driving demand for bandwidth through the roof. […]

Emerging Trends in Financial Services: IoT, AI, and Blockchain

Title: Emerging Trends in Financial Services: IoT, AI, and Blockchain Speakers: Mark Baker (Canonical), John Erik Setsaas (Signicat), Wincie Wong (RBS), Vivek Bajaj (IBM) Date/Time: June 5, 7:30AM EST / 12:30PM BST   The world of money is constantly changing. Artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things have helped us extract more value from data […]

Decreasing the complexity of IoT adoption with Edge as a Service model

  Last week, much of the IoT industry descended on Santa Clara, California, for the annual IoT World trade show. One of the exhibitors present were Rigado who Canonical partnered with earlier this year to deploy Ubuntu Core on their IoT gateways primarily targeted at commercial applications such as smart lighting and asset tracking. Rigado […]

Creating the world’s first robotic tennis ball collector with Ubuntu

From manufacturing plants to homes, robots have become a staple in the modern world for making life easier. This ability to boost convenience is what the startup company, Tennibot, is looking to bring to tennis courts around the world. Tennibot is the world’s first robotic tennis ball collector, or alternatively, an autonomous ball boy.  After […]