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SigmaDots and Telit Join Forces to Strengthen IoT Cybersecurity

Jun 03, 2019 • Newsfuture of field serviceIIOTBlockchainCyber SecuritySoftware and AppsIoT Security

SigmaDots blockchain-based solution enables protection for IoT and IIoT systems.

Serve Introduce Patented Warehousing Technology

May 21, 2019 • NewsWarehousingBlockchainspare parts management

Company announce blockchain-led service platform with warehouse features.

Serve Adds Fingerprint Recognition Technology To Its Line-up Of Delivery Security Measures

May 13, 2019 • NewsBlockchainSoftware and Apps

Serve announce the integration of its fingerprint recognition technology with its blockchain-based platform. 

Serve Pilots Delivery Service Platform In Vegas

Apr 17, 2019 • Fleet TechnologyNewsFleet Technology ProvidersBlockchainfleetSoftware and Apps

Serve has announced the addition of Las Vegas to its list of cities now offering Serve’s service platform based on blockchain technology.

Good enough, not good enough

Feb 27, 2019 • FeaturesArtificial intelligenceGig EconomyOneserveBlockchainChris Proctor

As a recent guest on the Field Service Podcast, Oneserve’s CEO Chris Proctor shared thoughts on innovation, servitization and the worrying discrepancy between new and retiring engineers. Field Service News Deputy Editor Mark Glover looks back on...

Roadblock: A reality check against the hyperbole of block chain in field service

Dec 13, 2018 • FeaturesaviationDataFuture of FIeld Servicefuture of field servicemobile workforce managementBlockchainCyber Securityfield serviceIFSService ManagementStephen Jeff Wattsdata analysis

Blockchain and its potential has been mooted in field service circles for years. Is it time we stop thinking big and instead build smaller use-cases before we lose sight of what’s actually important, the end-user? Mark Glover, Field Service News’...

Citizens Reserve Announces ‘SUKU’ Platform to Create Industry-Agnostic, Blockchain-Powered Supply Chain Solution

Sep 17, 2018 • LogisticsNewsBlockchaindeloitteService LogisticsBusiness EcosystemsCitizens ReserveEric PisciniSUKUSupply Chain Logistics

Citizens Reserve, the high tech startup led by several entrepreneurs and former Deloitte blockchain executives, has unveiled SUKU, an industry agnostic supply chain solution aimed at tackling the issues of transparency, efficiency, and product...

Artificial intelligence will be commonplace in business within a decade say a third of companies

Aug 22, 2018 • Fleet TechnologyNewsArtificial intelligenceAutonomous Vehiclesfleet technologymobile workforce managementBeverley WiseBlockchainfield servicefield service managementfleet managementInternet of ThingsService ManagementTomTom TelematicsiPaaSremote working

Approximately one in three companies (32 per cent) believe the business use of artificial intelligence will be commonplace within the next decade, new research from TomTom Telematics has revealed.

Will Blockchain play an important role in the future of service delivery?

Apr 12, 2018 • Features3D printing3DTokenCoin TelegraphComputer Weeklycrypto currencyFuture of FIeld ServiceJoseph PindarMalwareMiraibitcoinBlockchainCyber SecurityGemaltoIoTSatoshi Nakamotoservice supply chainSpare Parts

Blockchain, the technology developed to enable the crypto-currency Bitcoin has become the latest big buzz phrase technology across industries worldwide, but is it just hyperbole or can it be an important factor in the future of field service?

THE BIG DISCUSSION: WHAT DOES 2018 HOLD IN STORE FOR THE FIELD SERVICE SECTOR? (PART 3)

Mar 27, 2018 • FeaturesManagementArtificial intelligenceAugmented RealityJan Van VeenMachine LearningMichael BlumbergReactive MaintenanceBill PollockBlockchainDeep LearningSLA ManagementSpare Parts Authentication

Field Service News' Big Discussion has a simple premise - we take one key topic, bring together three leading experts on that topic and then put three core questions to them to help us better understand its potential impact on the field service...

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