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What is the dark data and why should organisations start looking into it?

Since it’s halloween 🎃🧛 I decided to bring more light to the subject of…

Kamila Hankiewicz October 31, 2019

Area4: The robots

Ah! This was inevitable. When I talk to regular people about automation they picture…

Kuba January 10, 2019

Area4: Equity Trader

Big companies look for big projects. Their automation solutions are always huge rollouts with…

Kuba January 9, 2019

Welcome to Area4: Improvement

People get crazy about the newest research into AI and humanoid robots that will…

Kuba January 9, 2019

How useful IoT products really are?

As Internet of Things (IoT) continues its run as one of the most popular…

Kamila Hankiewicz February 7, 2017

The Future Of Human Work – Should We Be Afraid Of Software Bots?

When was the last time you used a travel agent to book a flight or…

Kamila Hankiewicz October 12, 2016

5 Lessons From Early IoT Enterprise Adopters

At Untrite, we’re dealing with many midsize and big companies in retail, hospitality, telecom, wellness and property industries. (more…)

Kamila Hankiewicz March 21, 2016

Bluetooth 5 is Here To Take Back The Lead in IoT

It looks like whole Beacon family is about to become more useful, as Bluetooth 5 technology is here. For who follow the latest advancement of Bluetooth, you know it’s no longer just about connecting headphones and speakers to your smartphone, but is shifting to become a conduit for the Internet of Things, thanks to new features including extended range, faster speeds, and the ability to send more data to devices without needing a direct connection. The announcement was expected, after Bluetooth Special Interest Group’s Mark Powell discussed plans in a public email earlier in June. Bluetooth 5 signals a shift away from the “version x.x” naming template that has been in use since the technology was introduced. (more…)

Kamila Hankiewicz October 23, 2013