Digital Infrastructure News

Digital twin technology: The building blocks of sustainable and resilient infrastructure

Learn how digital twin technology will be essential in designing more sustainable and robust future infrastructure.

Data storage crisis set to be solved by innovative new programme

Scientists at Aston University are starting a research programme to tackle the global shortage of digital data storage.

How Europe’s wildfires are a sign for the grid to implement digital solutions

As the impacts of climate change become increasingly clearer, digital solutions must be implemented to meet short-term emergency needs.

The NSF announces investments to advance cybersecurity efforts

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has declared a $25.4m investment to improve innovative projects in cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is critical to safeguarding infrastructure, keeping supply chains...

Help to Grow: Digital scheme could benefit 1.2 million UK businesses

The Help to Grow: Digital software scheme eligibility has been expanded to businesses with at least one employee, meaning 1.2 million businesses could benefit. A...

Addressing cybersecurity challenges in Europe

Willem Jonker, CEO of EIT Digital, discusses the increasing threat of cybersecurity breaches in Europe and what businesses can do to protect their systems...

Transforming the Internet of Things network with wireless transfer of power

Researchers at the Tokyo Institute of Technology have developed a cutting-edge device that could transform the Internet of Things network with the wireless transfer...

ESRC launches five-year data infrastructure strategy

ESRC has launched a new data infrastructure strategy that will inform its investment in data collections and services to...

Creating next-generation semiconductors

Researchers improve silicon-based semiconductor technology by developing next-generation, 2D semiconductors that have the ability to power future AI systems. To achieve Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems...

Improving the ageing of next-generation wireless communications

Researchers deploy RIS technology in a wireless communication system to analyse the effects of channel ageing in next-generation wireless communications. In wireless communications, channels can...

Improving computer energy efficiency through novel transistor technology

University of California, Berkeley engineers have constructed a novel design of a component of transistors that could potentially improve computer energy efficiency. Computers are slowly...

Novel centre marks funding boost for science in the North East 

A new centre for science in the North East – which will be ran by Northumbria and Newcastle Universities – represents a significant boost...

Digital Infrastructure

Digital infrastructure highlights the cultural and social requirements which are needed in order to develop places where people want to live, work, and thrive.

Over the next few decades our digital networks will need to develop such that they can provide an infrastructure which enables and drives economic growth and productivity.

The lack of suitable digital infrastructures has proven to impact areas such as remote healthcare, education, and wellbeing through loneliness, making it a crucial part of modern day society.