Industrial Internet

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As society trusts more of its operations to autonomous systems, increasingly companies are making it a requirement that humans can understand how exactly a machine has reached a certain conclusion. The research efforts behind Explainable AI (XAI) are gaining traction as technology giants like Microsoft, Google and IBM, agree that

Ford is asking for all self-driving vehicle developers, automakers and technology companies to help create an industry standard for autonomous vehicles to communicate whether they are stopping, accelerating or giving way. The car manufacturer asked those who are committed to deploying SAE level-4 vehicles to join forces with them to

The city of Las Vegas is exploring ways to charge autonomous vehicles for pulling up alongside a curb to make deliveries. Michael Sherwood, director of innovation and technology for the City of Las Vegas, said his team is testing out camera technology and has a “mini-RFP out” to explore how

Digital is disrupting the auto industry on multiple fronts. Smart factories are upending manufacturing processes, ecommerce is changing the way cars are sold, ride sharing is inspiring new business models and emerging automotive technologies such as electrification and autonomy are making their way into mass produced vehicles. To survive in

Australian IoT startup Movus has turned its sights to the international market following successful funding rounds for its innovative industrial internet product. Movus’ main product is the FitMachine, or what the company calls the “Fitbit of machines”. FitMachine is an industrial IoT sensor and SaaS monitoring platform using AI to

The transformative impact of digital technologies on the industrial sector has garnered less attention than the explosive growth of the consumer internet. Various players across mining, oil & gas, manufacturing and logistics sectors have embraced the power of software and communications technology to improve the monitoring and performance of industrial equipment.

Advertising giants like Google and Facebook dominated the first two decades of the digital revolution though they are now being challenged by global ecommerce companies like Amazon and Alibaba. But will their economic impact be eclipsed by what comes next – the industrial internet? Four years ago we first reported

Holden is recruiting 150 Australian engineers to expand General Motors’ research and development operations in Australia. The Melbourne-based team will be embedded in GMs’ global Advanced Vehicle Development division, which is building the company’s electric and autonomous cars of the future. The new recruits, made up of graduates and experienced

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17 tonnes of almonds grown in regional Victoria have been transported to Hamburg, Germany as part of a blockchain trial between Commonwealth Bank and five Australian and international supply chain companies. The process used the distributed ledger technology, smart contracts and the internet of things (IoT) to track the shipment

Hyundai Motor has formed a strategic partnership with Autotalks, a leading technology company specialising in the manufacturing of Vehicle to Everything (V2X) communication chipsets, to accelerate the development and deployment of the next generation chipset for connected cars. The car maker is expanding partnerships in the connectivity field to further