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Internet of Everything
12 November 2013
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12 August 2013
Airlines tackle climate-change crash risk
17 July 2013
Messing about on the water
18 June 2013
In our Africa special, we look at the technology that abounds on the continent of opportunity.
20 May 2013
We look at augmented reality for engineers.
16 April 2013
With a million Raspberry Pi computers sold in the first year, will this seed a new generation of top...
12 March 2013
The Global Grand Challenges are the issues identified by engineers as the greatest problems for the ...
12 February 2013
Tired of knowing nothing? Allow E&T to show you how to do everything: fly around the wo...
22 January 2013
E&T puts its feet up for a well-earned Christmas rest, takes a mince pie or two, pours ...
19 December 2012
The machine-to-machine applications market needs a way to communicate, and the communications sector is busy finding different ways to help it.
Researchers at the University of Surrey have shown that the much-vaunted near-field communications systems being rolled out for contactless card transactions could possibly be 'hacked' at the point-of-sale using inexpensive, rudimentary technology.
A boom in the engineering and technology sectors means Australian companies are looking overseas for qualified employees.
"The Internet of Things used to be a buzz phrase in tech circles, but it's already so last century. Brace yourself for the Internet of Everything"
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- Women in Construction & Engineering [00:57 am 13/12/13]
- Steel Structural Issues [00:42 am 13/12/13]
- Can we make further productive use of Wylfa Magnox Nuclear Station site at Angelsey? [05:25 pm 12/12/13]
- The Nuclear Innovation Research Office (NIRO) and its new role [03:37 pm 12/12/13]
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