Professor Bashir Al-Hashimi addressed an audience of industry leaders, policymakers and academics at the influential Internet of Things: Opportunities and Threats event in London on Tuesday 3 October.
The conference, part of a series exploring the next decade’s major scientific and technical challenges, highlighted the huge growth of interest in IoT technology with its wealth of emerging applications while underlining its potential to increase productivity and change lifestyles.
Speakers at Tuesday’s event outlined key issues that pose a challenge to the translation and adoption of IoT technology, including security, economic, ethical and legal matters. Bashir’s talk covered recent developments in hardware and energy management software that underpin the realisation of the vision of self-powered IoT devices.
“The advances from work carried out with colleagues at Arm Cambridge at the Arm-ECS Research Centre are leading to an environmentally-friendly IoT electronic infrastructure, together with small energy sources critical for many IoT applications.”
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