Sydney seeks feedback on smart city framework – Strategy – Projects – Hardware – Networking – Software- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

The City of Sydney is inviting feedback on its plans to become a smart city – an initiative designed to help the city cope with a booming population and changing climate.
The City’s draft Smart City Strategic Framework currently available for review outlines how Sydney plans to “do more with less” in terms of energy, resources and space thanks to data and “smart” infrastructure.
One of the important messages in the framework is that Sydney doesn’t want to have to reinvent the wheel in its smart city journey, which is perhaps why it’s let a number of major global cities (and even some smaller cities closer to home like Newcastle and Bendigo) get a head start adopting technologies like the internet of things (IoT) and predictive analytics.
Sydney also wants a “problem-driven, evidence-based approach” to smart city solutions rather than “installing technology for technology’s sake” to ensure any investment in technology and data delivers tangible benefits for the city’s residents, visitors and businesses.
“Rather than prescribing specific technological solutions, the framework promotes an outcomes-focused approach in which technology is woven into the fabric of everyday life to respond to real needs and flexibly adapt as contexts evolve and needs change,” the framework states.
Central to most of these suggestions is the notion of flexibility and interoperability – a nod to the rapid development in the IoT and smart city spaces to date that could spur unpredictable developments in the future.
Some of the technologies listed as possible places to start Sydney’s smart city journey include IoT-enabled bins similar to Newcastle and Melbourne’s, activity trackers that sense demand on the city’s pedestrian transport networks and resources over the course of a day, and a raft of ‘smart’ technologies to increase safety and undo some of the damage to the night time economy done by lockout laws including intelligent lighting, CCTV and transport systems.
It’s also flagged the use of IoT for temporary installations like festivals and events to help measure and manage crowds while supporting businesses in reaching consumers.
The annual winter light show of the Vivid festival is listed as a key opportunity for such initiatives, where feedback in recent years complained of “overcrowding, [a] lack of inclusive nightlife and under-performing cultural offerings”.
Any technologies and data could also be optimised for collaboration with other local governments across Greater Sydney, the framework said, to support connected communities and enhance service delivery.
However, not all parties may be on board with increased data collection and sharing – especially if done by corporate third parties.
Toronto’s foray into the smart city space with Alphabet Inc’s Sidewalk Labs has been plagued by fears that citizens’ data could be misused for mass surveillance all while strengthening the bottom line of Google’s parent company.
The City of Sydney is interested in feedback from its residents and businesses alike, and is inviting feedback until Monday 17 February.

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Intel signals 2020 will be a turnaround year for chip industry leader – Finance – Hardware- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Intel Corp on Thursday cemented the market view that the chip industry is turning around after a prolonged slowdown, forecasting better 2020 revenue and profit than Wall Street anticipated, driven by cloud computing demand.
The company’s sales in its closely watched data centre business jumped 19 percent, helping it beat fourth-quarter profit and revenue estimates and sending its shares up 7 percent in extended trading.
Chief financial officer George Davis said in an interview that sales to cloud computing providers were up 48 percent year-over-year in the fourth quarter, a trend expected to continue this year.
The Santa Clara, California-based chipmaker expects fiscal year 2020 revenue of about US$73.5 billion, more than $1 billion ahead of the Wall Street consensus, according to IBES data from Refinitiv.
Davis did not name specific customers, but so-called “hyperscale” cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services and Microsoft in the US and Alibaba Group and Baidu all purchase Intel chips for data centres whose capacity they rent out to large businesses.
“What we’re seeing is very strong demand from cloud players,” Davis told Reuters.
“I have to give credit to the hyperscalers for this quarter.”
Intel said its transition to a newer generation of chipmaking technology was progressing better than it expected and that it would boost its capacity to make chips for personal computers, in a sign that the manufacturing woes that plagued the chipmakers over the past year were starting to ease.
“We think this is going to help us close the gap to customer demand that we’ve been experiencing. We think all of this is (going to be) resolved in 2020 and we’ll actually be able to start building inventory at the end of the year, which we have not been able to do for two years,” Davis told Reuters.
Intel’s positive outlook follows an upbeat forecast from chipmaker Texas Instruments on Wednesday and prediction last week of sharply higher chip demand at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.
Analysts view 2020 as a recovery year for semiconductors, driven by 5G spending for both smartphones and network upgrades.
However, Intel’s Davis cautioned that the positive forecast was not directly attributable to the trade deal signed between US and Chinese officials last week.
“It’s a little fresh to really have a good understanding of how that specific trade deal is going to have an impact on (Intel’s customers’) thinking,” Davis said. “But we like the demand signals we’re getting.”
After years of acquisitions outside its core area of processing chips under previous leaders, Intel chief executive Bob Swan has set a goal of becoming more disciplined about spending, slowing investments in areas like memory chips and shedding struggling businesses.
Intel has doubled down on its core markets such as personal computers and data centres, both of which beat analysts’ fourth-quarter expectations.
Revenue from Intel’s client computing business, which caters to PC makers and is still the biggest contributor to sales, rose 2 percent to US$10 billion in the fourth quarter, beating FactSet estimates of $9.74 billion.
Shares in Advanced Micro Devices Inc, Intel’s biggest rival in the processor market, rose about 0.8 percent after Intel’s results.
“AMD [stock] is up because Intel saw flattish PC demand even as PC units were up, which implies AMD likely saw strong PC demand,” Cascend Securities analyst Eric Ross told Reuters.
Net revenue rose 8.3 percent to US$20.21 billion, beating estimate of $19.23 billion, according to IBES data from Refinitiv.
Excluding items, the company earned US$1.52 per share, above estimates of $1.25.

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Apple pushes back against EU common charger – Hardware- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

iPhone maker Apple on Thursday pushed back against EU lawmakers’ call for a common charger, warning the move could hamper innovation, create a mountain of electronic waste and irk consumers.
Apple’s comments came a week after lawmakers at the European Parliament called for a common charger for all mobile phones and amended a draft law to say the ability to work with common chargers would be an essential requirement for radio equipment in the bloc.
A move to a common charger would affect Apple more than any other companies as its iPhones and most of its products are powered by its Lightning cable, whereas Android devices are powered by USB-C connectors.
“We believe regulation that forces conformity across the type of connector built into all smartphones stifles innovation rather than encouraging it, and would harm consumers in Europe and the economy as a whole,” Apple said in a statement.
It said regulation was not needed as the industry is already moving to USB-C through a connector or cable assembly.
“We hope the (European) Commission will continue to seek a solution that does not restrict the industry’s ability to innovate,” Apple said.
A study by Copenhagen Economics commissioned by Apple showed that consumer harm from a regulatory-mandated move to a common charger would cost at least 1.5 billion euros, outweighing the 13 million euros in associated environmental benefits.
The European Commission, which acts as the executive for the EU, has been pushing for a common charger for more than a decade.
In 2009 it got four companies – Apple, Samsung, Huawei and Nokia – to sign a voluntary memorandum of understanding to harmonise chargers for new models of smartphones coming into the market in 2011.
The voluntary approach is not working and it is time to look into legislation, Commission officials said.
“A delegated act based on the Radio Equipment Directive (RED) is one of the options to be considered since it empowers the Commission to take certain type of regulatory measures in this field,” the one of the officials said.
Another option was to pass legislation on the issue.
“…given the limitation in the scope of RED and of its empowerment, any action through ordinary legislative procedure and/or through other instruments, such as implementing measures under the Eco-design Directive should be further explored and thoroughly assessed,” the official said.
The Commission will publish a study around the end of the month or early February on the impact of a common charger.

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Sonos customers up in arms over move to stop updates for older speakers – Cloud – Hardware – Software- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Sonos Inc is facing a social media firestorm after the wireless speaker pioneer decided to stop software updates for some of its older products.
Hours after the company made the announcement on Tuesday, customers went on Twitter using the trending hashtag #SonosBoycott and tagging the company’s chief executive officer, Patrick Spence, with their questions.
“@Patrick_Spence would you like to buy my 3 yr old @Sonos equipment? I guess you know how to use it as a doorstop soon,” one Twitter user, @itnopred, asked the CEO.
Customers received an email from Sonos saying the company would no longer support some models launched between 2006 and 2009 after May.
Sonos gave customers the option to either continue using the products without any new updates and features in the future or buy a new Sonos product with a 30% credit for each product replaced.
“Is this some kind of sick joke? … How to kill a brand 101. Your discount is a joke,” @Ben_Willee tweeted.
Spence has not personally responded to Twitter users, but the Sonos support team has been replying to irate customers.
“As this is the first time we’ve had to end software updates for any music player, we recognize this is new for Sonos owners, just as it is for Sonos,” a Sonos spokesman said in a statement.
“We’ve now come to the point where our oldest products have been stretched to their technical limits in terms of memory and processing power.”
Sonos’ speakers and the company’s tie-ups with around 100 music streaming providers, including Apple Music and Spotify, have attracted audiophiles around the world. The company, founded in 2002, listed on the stock exchange in 2018.
But as Amazon Inc’s Echo, Google’s Home and Apple’s HomePod entered the market, the Santa Barbara, California-based company faced pressure over pricing and the variety of its products.
“This is nothing more than a big rip off by a company that just went public … I will never purchase their products again. I hope they go bankrupt,” Facebook user Stephen Salay posted in a private group for Sonos users.
Many customers also highlighted the environmental aspect of the move at a time when people are buying more and more devices and then abandoning them quickly, increasing landfill waste.
Shares of the company were down 1.2 percent at US$14.62 in early trading on Wednesday.
 

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Toshiba says it created an algorithm that beats quantum computers using standard hardware – Blog – 10 minute

Something to look forward to: Some of the biggest problems that need solving in the enterprise world require sifting through vast amounts of data and finding the best possible solution given a number of factors and requirements, some of which are at times unknown. For years, quantum computing has been touted as the most promising jump in computational speed for certain kind of problems, but Toshiba says revisiting classical algorithms helped it develop a new one that can leverage existing silicon-based hardware to get a faster result.
Toshiba’s announcement this week claims a new algorithm it’s been perfecting for years is capable of analyzing market data much more quickly and efficiently than those used in some of the world’s fastest supercomputers.
The algorithm is called the “Simulated Bifurcation Algorithm,” and is supposedly good enough to be used in finding accurate approximate solutions for large-scale combinatorial optimization problems. In simpler terms, it can come up with a solution out of many possible ones for a particularly complex problem.
According to its inventor, Hayato Goto, it draws inspiration from the way quantum computers can efficiently comb through many possibilities. Work on SBA started in 2015, and Goto noticed that adding new inputs to a complex system with 100,000 variables makes it easy to solve it in a matter of seconds with a relatively small computational cost.

This essentially means that Toshiba’s new algorithm could be used on standard desktop computers. To give you an idea how important this development is, Toshiba demonstrated last year that SBA can get highly accurate solutions for an optimization problem with 2,000 connected variables in 50 microseconds, or 10 times faster than laser-based quantum computers.
SBA is also highly scalable, meaning it can be made to work on clusters of CPUs or FPGAs, all thanks to the contributions of Kosuke Tatsumura, another one of Toshiba’s senior researchers that specializes in semiconductors.
Companies like Microsoft, Google, IBM, and many others are racing to be the first with a truly viable quantum commercial system, but so far their approaches have produced limited results that live inside their labs.
Meanwhile, scientists like Goto and Kosuke are going back to the roots by exploring ways to improve on classical algorithms. Toshiba hopes to use SBA to optimize financial operations like currency trading and rapid-fire portfolio adjustments, but this could very well be used to calculate efficient routes for delivery services and molecular precision drug development.

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Second Northern Territory council to light up smart LEDs – Hardware- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

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The City of Palmerston recently became the second Northern Territory council to announce the winner of a smart public lighting tender.
The council will use Telensa’s PLANet intelligent street lighting system to control 4,700 wirelessly connected LEDs, which will be installed over the next 15 months.
The $3 million rollout will make Palmerston one of the largest “smart LED cities” in Australia, according to the council. 
City of Palmerston Mayor Athina Pascoe-Bell estimated the new lights would reduce electricity and maintenance costs by $650,000 a year. The upgrade should also improve lighting “quality” and reliability, which could improve safety, she said.
Telensa is also providing its smart lighting control system to the City of Darwin and Litchfield Council, following a joint procurement process.
Darwin will begin deploying 10,000 smart LED lights next month.
Northern Territory-based electrical company ESPEC will  install the infrastructure and Light Source Solutions, Orangetek and Philips will supply the LED luminaires.
In January 2018, the Northern Territory Government transferred ownership of street lights to local councils.

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City of Newcastle completes enviro-sensor network – Hardware- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

The base infrastructure required for the City of Newcastle to deploy a range of smart city applications has been completed.
The City of Newcastle is revealed late last year finalised its “network of sensors spread across the city” which it plans to use to tackle environmental issues. The ‘envirosensing network’ and Internet of Things project is the result of three years of work.
The sensors are designed to measure temperature, humidity, wind direction, air quality, water usage, soil moisture and solar irradiance, among other environmental conditions.
The infrastructure also allows for the piloting of smart bin and parking sensors and other applications, the City of Newcastle stated.
The council says the technology can be used to tackle the urban heat island effect, air pollution, manage floods and improve water sustainability, and monitor the performance of urban systems and assets.
Newcastle Lord Mayor Nuatali Nelmes claimed the network would establish Newcastle as a “testbed for progressing research, prototyping and entrepreneurial activity”.
The City of Newcastle also showed off custom-designed adaptable sensor housings for use with its smart pole network. The housings were developed with industrial design company Design Anthology and can be accessed by the council’s research and development partners.
The NSW Government has helped fund the City of Newcastle’s smart city infrastructure with a $5 million grant through the Restart NSW-funded Hunter Innovation Project. The City of Newcastle will also invest $2 million over three years through a partnership with the State Government.

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Square slams Australian banks, complains about customer complaints – Finance – Hardware – Software- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Square, the plucky retail payments company started by Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, has taken the cudgels to Australia’s banks, their entrenched US payments providers and local regulators in a rare spray over rules governing the local electronic transactions market.
The firm, which has bet heavily on its swanky new eftpos gadget winning over merchants fed up with steep monthly bank rental fees, claims it has been the target of “instances of anti-competitive behaviour from a number of the incumbent operators.”
While refraining from naming specific institutions or their payments providers – or formalising the complaint with the competition watchdog ­– the firm says that despite broader government support, regulations in Australia are still structured around the big banks to the detriment of new entrants.
The accusation comes just months after Square launched its slick new terminal in Australia to great fanfare, with Jack Dorsey personally flying into Australia to plug the device.
Dubbed the Square Terminal, the machine sports a colour touch screen and accepts all cards that bank terminals do but ships without annual or monthly merchant services fees or contracts or minimum transaction volumes.
Instead, merchants pay a flat $439 for the hardware and access to Square’s software ecosystem plus a flat clip of 1.6 percent per transaction, a price structure that is highly appealing to merchants with lumpy turnover patterns, with the machine selling through big retailers.
But it clearly hasn’t all been plain sailing for Square since the big launch in September last year, given the catalogue of complaints that is contained the company’s submission to the Senate Select Committee on Financial Technology and Regulatory Technology.
After heavily talking-up the local market, Square’s submission reveals substantial frustration with Australia’s extensive ‘Know your customer’ (KYC) rules that apply across regulated industries.
“We have occasionally found some of Australia’s regulatory frameworks (such as AML/CTF) to be challenging to navigate owing to their one-size-fits-all nature,” Square wrote.
Though possibly not as challenging as the Commonwealth Bank of Australia or Westpac, which both sacrificed their chief executives at the altar of AML/CTF non-compliance.
“While we will always operate in line with our regulatory obligations, we feel that some regulations do not adequately acknowledge that new and smaller fintech operators, like Square, have very different business models, market shares, customer bases and resources to the incumbent players.”
Square also reckons the entrenched payments schemes have secured a bit of a free kick from regulators on the KYC front and is calling for rule changes to level-up competition for smaller providers.
“We understand that certain global payment operators have secured working exemptions in regards to KYC with AUSTRAC,” Square said, adding that it and others “could greatly benefit from an express regulatory exemption of this nature, given the make-up of our customer base and operating model.”
“For example, a codified exemption from conducting KYC when a customer’s aggregate transaction volume is below a certain monetary threshold would create clarity and support innovation and competition in the financial industry.”
But the submission is not entirely about relaxing regulations to take the fight up to big banks, Mastercard and Visa.
One area where Square believes there need to be firmer checks is the apparent ease with which consumers can complain about merchants using its services, which appears to sapping the resources of Square’s 80 Australian staff.
The friction point there is the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA), which Square said has “seen a significantly higher number of financial disputes coming through the scheme, more than we have received directly to business from consumers”.
“AFCA was established for consumers who are unable to resolve complaints directly with member financial services organisations but we fear that some consumers are being encouraged to go straight through the AFCA process instead of trying to settle a complaint directly, which is becoming very resource intensive,” Square said, without naming who was egging on aggrieved customers.
“A consumer bias has developed in the financial industry where companies have historically disregarded the rights of the consumer to serve their own interests,” Square’s submission said.
“However, we pride ourselves on not operating this way.”

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SpaceX capsule splashes down off Florida after rocket failure test – Strategy – Hardware- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Elon Musk’s SpaceX simulated a successful emergency landing on Sunday in a dramatic test of a crucial abort system on an unmanned astronaut capsule, laying the foundation for its mission to fly NASA astronauts for the first time.
A Crew Dragon astronaut capsule launched at 10:30 a.m. and softly splashed down about 32 km off the coast of Cape Canaveral in Florida roughly eight minutes later, after ejecting itself from a rocket that cut off its engines 19 km above the ocean to mimic a launch failure.
Tempemail Aeronautics and Space Administration administrator Jim Bridenstine called the mission a success.
“This critical test puts us on the cusp of once again launching American astronauts on American rockets from American soil,” Bridenstine wrote on Twitter. “Spacecraft recovery operations are underway.”
In a key trial for carrying humans, SpaceX was also testing its rescue teams’ response after splash down. They scrambled toward Crew Dragon with the US Air Force’s Detachment 3 emergency rescue teams in tow — a vital part of the test to practice a rescue mission to retrieve astronauts from the capsule.
Moments before the launch, Musk wrote on Twitter that it was a risky mission that was “pushing the envelope in so many ways”.
The Crew Dragon capsule, an acorn-shaped pod that can seat seven astronauts, fired on-board thrusters to detach itself from a Falcon 9 rocket less than two minutes after liftoff, simulating an emergency abort scenario to prove it can return astronauts to safety. Each stage of the test prompted loud cheers from SpaceX crew members watching the footage from back on land.
The test is crucial to qualify the capsule to fly humans to the International Space Station, something NASA expects to come as soon as mid-2020. It follows years of development and delays as the United States has sought to revive its human spaceflight program through private partnerships.
NASA awarded $US4.2 billion to Boeing and $US2.5 billion to SpaceX in 2014 to develop separate capsule systems capable of ferrying astronauts to the space station from US soil for the first time since NASA’s space shuttle program ended in 2011. The space agency has since relied on Russian spacecraft for rides to the space station.
During the test the Falcon 9 rocket’s boosters shut down in a mock failure that triggered Crew Dragon’s so-called SuperDraco thrusters to jet itself away at supersonic speeds of up to 1,500 miles per hour (2,400 kph). The Falcon 9 booster free-fell back to the ocean, with its first stage crashing into the ocean creating a tall plume of smoke seen on the horizon.
The capsule deployed four parachutes to slow its descent to the water, and carried two human-shaped test dummies on seats fitted with motion sensors to collect data on the immense g-force — the effect of acceleration on the body — astronauts would be subjected to during abort.
The test was originally scheduled for mid-2019 but was delayed after a Crew Dragon capsule exploded in April on a test stand just before firing its launch abort thrusters, triggering a lengthy investigation.
SpaceX-led investigators in July zeroed in on a previously unknown explosive reaction between a titanium valve and a propellant used to ignite the thrusters. A SpaceX official said the company completed the investigation within the last week.

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US’ Mnuchin urges Apple, other tech companies to work with law enforcement – Strategy – Hardware – Security – Storage- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Apple and other technology companies should cooperate with US investigators, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Wednesday as law enforcement officials continued probing last month’s fatal shooting at a US naval base in Florida.
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump lashed out at Apple in a tweet for refusing to unlock phones in criminal investigations while the company benefited from the federal government’s help on trade issues.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is seeking to unlock two iPhones involved in the case regarding the shooting of three Americans by a Saudi Air Force officer at the US Naval Station in Pensacola, Florida. Attorney General William Barr this week called on Apple to help.
Their request has renewed attention to privacy issues in the digital age, with Apple and its rivals arguing strong encryption protects users while law enforcement officials counter it allows criminals to evade justice.
“I understand the president’s view, and it is absolutely critical for our technology companies to cooperate with law enforcement,” Mnuchin told CNBC in an interview.
Mnuchin later told reporters at the White House that he had not discussed the issue with Apple and did not know the specifics at hand. “I know Apple has cooperated in the past on law enforcement issues, and I expect they would continue … to cooperate.”
Apple has said that it has helped investigators in the Pensacola case by providing other data, but that it cannot access encrypted data stored on the actual devices without building a so-called “back door.”

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