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Kuba February 17, 2019
What gets measured gets improved

What gets measured gets improved

It's a cliche for a reason. The new year's resolutions. The "I know I...

Kuba January 17, 2019
The human factor

The human factor

The big elephant in the room is the human element of automation. I have...

Kuba January 13, 2019
Data analytics in a restaurant business

Data analytics in a restaurant business

This is a story we usually encounter: A company gathers vasts amounts of data,...

Kuba January 11, 2019
Area4:  Be present

Area4: Be present

When diving into automation for your company don't live in the future, live in...

Kamila Hankiewicz August 9, 2018
What Is The Real Difference Between Automation And AI?

What Is The Real Difference Between Automation And AI?

The terms Artificial Intelligence and Automation are often used interchangeably. They’re are associated with software or physical robots...

Kuba May 30, 2018
Why RPA Implementations Fail?

Why RPA Implementations Fail?

Robotic Process Automation hype is at an all-time high, having turned into one of the...

Kamila Hankiewicz October 23, 2013

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.