Virtual reality moves closer to actual reality at CES 2016

Virtual Reality (VR) is closing the final gap before it becomes an accessible and comfortable consumer experience, writes Matthew Duke-Woolley, an analyst at Beecham Research. (more…)

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January 27, 2016

Posted by: George Malim

CES 2016 – where are we heading?

In the first week of January, while many were still recovering from their Christmas break, the tech of tomorrow was at full blast in new inventions at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Beecham Research’s Olena Kaplan and Matthew Duke-Woolley report. (more…)

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January 20, 2016

Posted by: George Malim

Jedi-OT knights and the SIMless wonders

Long ago, in a cellular galaxy not too far away this ubiquitous device was specified by ETSI and in 1991 the first batch were produced by G&D. It provides secure, authenticated access for billions of people globally to cellular networks. It is of course the dear old SIM card. This invention has been an enabler for the growth of mobile telephony but has it done the same for M2M? And will it do so for the IoT in the future, asks David Parker, the senior analyst with Beecham Research. (more…)

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January 12, 2016

Posted by: George Malim

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Internet of Things gives new dynamism to digital health

There is a new vigour in the digital health space write Dr Therese Cory, a senior analyst and Saverio Romeo, a principal analyst with Beecham Research. (more…)

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December 15, 2015

Posted by: George Malim

1776 Challenge Cup goes to Ukraine in search of the next great idea

Just over a week ago, I had the opportunity to attend the first ever 1776 Challenge Cup in Ukraine, writes Olena Kaplan, a senior analyst with Beecham Research. (more…)

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December 1, 2015

Posted by: George Malim

Does Unified Communications have a role to play in the Internet of Things?

The development of the Internet of Things (IoT) will see multiple systems be linked in order to realise automation, data sharing and efficiency benefits, writes Phill Peston, a senior analyst at Beecham Research. (more…)

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November 24, 2015

Posted by: George Malim

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Beecham Research calls for more support for IoT policy makers and adopters

Beecham Research met with a delegation from the Ministry of Science and Technology of Vietnam last week as part of a drive to support the development of IoT technology policies at national and international levels. (more…)

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November 13, 2015

Posted by: George Malim

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Towards better IoT market forecasting

Every new technology that receives a lot of attention ends up being subjected to exaggerated claims of its growth potential. Such is the case for Internet of Things, or IoT. Beecham Research’s press release last week on this has been well-received among some of the more established market players. It is felt that a correction in market expectations for IoT is needed – a return to reality. (more…)

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November 9, 2015

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Can every home become smart?

Last month I attended London’s Smart Home Summit, where once again it was possible observe a number of the vertical players attracted to the smart home solutions segment.  (more…)

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November 2, 2015

Posted by: Olena Kaplan

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The move towards Smart Farming – the case of the UK

Agriculture is very important for the UK economy. The whole agrifood market is worth £96 billion per annum, or 7% of GDP. The sector employs 3.8 million people. Food and drink remains the UK’s biggest manufacturing sector, bigger than cars and aerospace combined. (more…)

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October 26, 2015

Posted by: Saverio Romeo