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Car No Digital

Share this post: Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on facebook For the last 10 years, many cars have been factory-equipped with 3G or LTE connectivity, while customers have been offered a mobile app or web portal to interact with the car: start heating, indicate location, open doors etc. In addition, same connectivity is […]

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No 5G but 10G

Share this post: Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on facebook Building a fiber network from scratch Our own telecom fiber network building project here in Degerö (my home village) is on its final stages. The backbone connections are mostly completed. A number of homes, cottages and business facilities will be connected shortly. Each […]

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Digital Cabals

The last few days have seen unprecedented use of political power by cloud conglomerates like Amazon, Apple, Facebook and others. Digitalization accelerates with such speeds that most governments are hopelessly late (or powerless) in their regulation of equal access and commercial rules. The most shocking decision comes from Jeff Bezos of Amazon, the company terminated […]

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Security Awareness

::: nBlog ::: This week’s bombshell cybersecurity news about the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other US government agencies penetrated by foreign hackers has some very important underpinnings what comes to overall situational awareness of networks and systems deployed in critical infrastructures. It turned out that the breach was made possible through a […]

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Rust and Chernobyl

::: nBlog ::: During my teenage years in Helsinki’s Puistola, next to my beloved and now endangered Malmi airport, two events had special impact to my thinking and world view. One was the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster and the following confusion with official actions and communication. The other was Mathias Rust’s unauthorized flight from Malmi […]

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Security Culture, Cloud aka Other People’s Computers

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Who controls your customer base?

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Crossing the Digital Product Shame

::: nBlog ::: During its 18 years, BaseN has encountered many successful product digitalization and service conversion projects, often deployed on BaseN Platform but also within other platforms and environments. However, there’s an even greater number of IoT projects and endeavors which have failed to reach the commercial phase and have been quietly buried into […]

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Digital to Analog Paralysis

::: nBlog ::: Here on the coastal countryside we live in, there are numerous Swedish-language places called ‘Telegrafberget’, meaning Telegraph Hill. Some of them still have stone or wooden foundations where the tall telegraph buildings once stood. The hills have direct line-of-sight to each other and are usually a few kilometers apart. While Finland is […]

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Humans & AI Diplomacy

::: nBlog ::: We’ve recently put quite some effort to our Spime Enablement Services (SES) framework, which, among few other interesting things, is now able to control our semi-autonomous drone Ohan-1. The local drone program handles avionics and real-time control, while being continuously updated by the SES master we call Sandbox. Mission planning and longer […]