How to Apply IoT in the Oil and Gas Industry

The Internet of Things has found its way into various industries: automotive, agriculture, green energy. One of the areas that IoT is about to conquer is the oil and gas world. Today, companies hire plant managers, machine operators, and field personnel to predict when machines need maintenance and upkeep. These …

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Download “Becoming The Hacker” For FREE (Worth $32)

Advertisement If you’d like to delve into web penetration testing, Becoming the Hacker is a clear guide to approaching this lucrative and growing industry. This free book (worth $32) takes you through commonly encountered vulnerabilities and how to take advantage of them to achieve your goal. You’ll then go on …

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Climate change is drying up the Colorado River

Enlarge / The shores of Lake Mead, faded from previously higher water levels. In 2014, the Colorado River reached the ocean for the first time in 16 years. Most years, the river doesn’t make it that far because it has been dammed and diverted along the way, supplying fresh water …

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Social shorts: Facebook launches Pinterest lookalike app, Instagram tests ‘Latest Posts’ feature, Snapchat could be getting a new look

This collection of social media marketing and new hire announcements is a compilation of the past week’s briefs from our daily Marketing Land newsletter. Click here to subscribe and get more news like this delivered to your inbox every morning. Facebook looks to improve speech technology and Twitter’s latest effort …

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Applied Information Establishes C-V2X Testing Ecosystem on City Streets Around the iATL in Metro Atlanta

ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Applied Information, Inc., the leading provider of intelligent transportation infrastructure solutions, today announced deployment and testing of Cellular Vehicle to Everything (C-V2X) connected vehicle technology is underway on public roads surrounding the Infrastructure Automotive Technology Laboratory (iATL). The deployment and testing began after the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued …

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