Today, a tiered approach to data quality and coverage of weather forecasting - with the data available as needed (and not simply collected all the time)...
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As we have touched on in our previous articles about the Internet of Things (IoT), the consensus is that it is going to disrupt and transform both our business and home lives in an almost unprecedented way, whilst offering huge benefits for companies.
6 million rolls of Sellotape are sold in the run up to Christmas, 25 Million Christmas puddings are eaten in the UK each year and 83 square kilometres of wrapping paper is sold in the UK each Christmas.
Cisco’s Internet Business Solutions Group has predicted that by 2015 there will be 25 billion connected devices and by 2020 that number will have increased to 50 billion. All these connected devices are forming ‘The Internet of Things’ (IoT).
Working as a Research Engineer within a Research and Development company would look to be a good fit, but as we all know job titles can cover a huge diversity in what the actual job role entails. So here’s an insight into what I do as a Research Engineer at Gill R&D.
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