The IEEE IoT-J solicits original work

The IEEE IoT-J is now available in IEEE Xplore. The IEEE IoT-J solicits original work that must not be currently under consideration for publication in other venues. Topics will include IoT system architecture, IoT enabling technologies, IoT services and applications, and the social implications of IoT. The fields of interest include, but are not limited to: • IoT architectures such as things-centric, data-centric, service-centric architecture, CPS and SCADA platforms, future Internet design for IoT, cloud-based IoT, and

Beth Bacheldor: RFID News Roundup: EU Commission publishes standards to alert consumers to RFID use

Source: „The European Commission (EC) has announced new technical standards designed to help organizations that employ RFID-enabled smart chips and systems comply with the European Union's data-protection rules, as part of the EU Data Protection Directive and the EC's 2009 recommendation on RFID (see European Privacy and Security Standards). A "data protection impact assessment" process has also been agreed on, according to the EC.

Michael Wolf: How The Internet of Things Is Reinventing The Kitchen

Source: „Ok, say you were to rank all of the important activities of life: work, play, exercise, sleep, sex, eating.
While the results may vary by age (though I have a sneaking suspicion what you Tindr-loving twenty-somethings would rank at the very top), there’s no doubt that most of us would put partaking in food and drink as one of the most important. After all, not only is eating necessary to live and something

Matthew Moran: The Internet of Things & Paradigm Shifting Hyperbole

Source: „IT professionals have been using hyperbole since the beginning of time!
(queue chuckles) But the truth is, to follow online discussions and watch the stream of articles - even here on CIO - you’d think there was a paradigm shifting technology every other month. I don’t find the changing/shifting face of technology to be mind-boggling. I find the talk of mind-boggling change to be mind-boggling. The Internet of Things seems to be the latest term to be

Ken Sinclair: Seeking Youth for the IOT Journey of our Industry

Source: „This is a request for input to help map out an online process for gathering thoughts, suggestions, and action on how we can attract young minds to our global large building automaton industry. Help me focus on recruiting Young People to advance our industry and help us in the transition of smart automated buildings into the Internet of Things “IoT”. I find it interesting that, in the blur of technology,

Adrian Bridgwater: Are we confusing the Internet of Things with embedded, already?

Source: „Surveys are the most important, most informative, most insightful and most expressive means of understanding what is going on inside the Information Technology industry -- right?
Well, let's assume that you are reading this because you're not fooled by manufactured un-spontaneous survey contrivance.

Team GoGrid: Unpacking “The Internet Of Things”

Source: „If you’ve paged through a business or technology magazine in the past several years, you’ve definitely come across the term “Internet of Things” while looking for news on Big Data. But what does it actually mean? Unpacking the term can be a hefty but necessary task to push the cloud computing concept into the zeitgeist, which many believe will happen in the near future.
What is it?

Brian E. Walsh: Internet of Things growing closer to use in everyday life

Source: „Most small businesses, when they're focusing on the near future of their technological improvements, often think of these changes as being simple, like improving their Internet service or using social media to better market themselves. However, there's a new business sector, predicted to possibly be worth trillions of dollars, that these companies should look toward so they can get ahead of the curve.

Gérald Santucci: two European Norms on RFID Privacy Impact Assessment and RFID Signage

Please find attached the link to the Digital Agenda for Europe website where you may wish to find the information published today concerning the adoption and publication of two European Norms on RFID Privacy Impact Assessment and RFID Signage, respectively.
This marks the final success of the standardisation mandate M/436 jointly designed and managed by DG ENTR and DG CONNECT.

Naidu: Smart cities should focus on enhancing quality of life

Source: "The focus of the smart cities project should be to enhance the quality of urban life through an integrated approach to urban planning and execution besides ensuring ‘inclusivity’, Minister of Urban Development and Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation M Venkaiah Naidu said on Tuesday. Naidu was chairing a two-day brainstorming session to discuss and review the progress on conceptualisation of the ‘Smart Cities’ initiative.

Suzanne Jacobs: A Batteryless Sensor Chip for the Internet of Things

Source: „As the Internet of things grows, so will its energy demands. The promise of the Internet of things is, in a sense, passivity. Our homes and offices will monitor us, and respond to our needs without instruction. But for tiny wireless sensors all over us and our things to really be feasible, we’ll have to replace today’s power-needy devices with more self-sufficient alternatives. A new kind of ultra-low-power microchip design could help make this possible.

Jack Palmer: What is your opinion on the car as a personalised mobile device?

Source: "Connectivity has radically changed the way we interact with the world. Consumers now take personalisation for granted in their daily lives, but the car can sometimes seem left out of the equation. To get to the bottom of how to position the car in the connected lifestyle, we interviewed Johann Jungwirth, President & CEO of the Mercedes-Benz Silicon Valley Center, on the work he is undertaking on predictive

Joanne Frearson: Government champions Internet of things with new legislation

Source: „The UK government is beginning to step up its game when it comes to the IoT. A new Digital Government Review – Digital Britain 2015 – plans to look at how technology can improve both the effectiveness and efficiency of people-powered public services.
Chi Onwurah, Labour’s shadow Cabinet Office minister who is leading the review, explains

Mathieu Carrere: Can France Catch Up With Internet of Things World Leader China?

Source: „Like online social networks, the Internet of Things is permanently and fundamentally revolutionizing our consumption habits.
First, what is The Internet of Things ? In layman's terms, it is the connectivity of devices, systems, and services that goes beyond machine-to-machine communications (M2M) and covers a variety of applications. For instance


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