Driving the 'Internet of Things': an interview with Infiniti Red Bull Racing head of technical partnerships Al Peasland

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Al Peasland tells Danny Palmer how connected devices, wearables, thermal imaging and even augmented reality could benefit the F1 team

Technology has always been a key part of Formula One racing and it's often in this cutting-edge arena where new IT trends first make their mark before being made available to the enterprise. Take big...

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