The Internet of Things (IoT) is a vision. It is being built today. The stakeholders are known, the debate has yet to start. In hundreds of years our real needs have not changed. We want to be loved, feel safe, have fun, be relevant in work and friendship, be able to support our families and somehow play a role - however small - in the larger scheme of things. So what will really happen when things, homes and cities become smart? The result will probably be an tsunami of what at first looks like very small steps, small changes. The purpose of Council is to follow and  forecast what will happen when smart objects surround us in smart homes, offices, streets, and cities.

Europe's Biggest Connected Car Forum: Telematics Munich 2014 November 10-11, Munich

 
Telematics Munich is Europe's largest and most influential business conference & exhibition for the connected car industry. With over 1000 industry executives and more than 100 pioneering speakers set to attend, Telematics Munich is the one event that you cannot afford to miss this year.


José R. S. Leal: Cloud for IOT Adoption(Pilot)

In this survey we will attempt to gather datas that will hopefully help in understanding the status of adoption of Cloud for Internet of Things and the reasons behind it. 
 
We shall also investigate about possible future positioning of the adoption status.
 
Return your feedback on the survey to jose.r.s.leal at gmail.com, please.
 
We thank you in advance for taking the time to reply to this survey. All answers are anonimous.


Chris Taylor: We’re Looking At The Internet Of Things All Wrong

Source: „Theo Priestley tackled the excessive hype around the “things” part of the Internet of Things (IoT) today with his piece, “Everything is Connected in the Internet of Things.” Priestley very accurately says that the emphasis of what’s coming shouldn’t be on the “Things” or the “Internet” but instead on the data that will be generated (and, I would argue, consumed). Taking the argument one step further, even the data that gets generated and consumed by an Internet


Daniel Price: Is The CIA Concerned About The Internet Of Things?

Source: „A recent forum on the future of warfare at the Aspen Security Centre in Colorado established that one of the major geo-security threats of the coming decades would be the internet of things – specifically the embedding of computers, sensors and internet capabilities into everyday objects. But why is the CIA worried?
Dawn Meyerriecks, the Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Science and Technology,


Desire Athow: Internet of Things tops Gartner's annual hype cycle

Source: „Gartner's Hype Cycle is 20 this year and its latest iteration has crowned the "Internet of Things" and "Natural-language Question Answering" as the two most hyped technology with both expected to reach their respective "plateaus of productivity", i.e. when they are will become mainstream.
The blunt reality though is that the Internet of Things, where all "things" are interconnected, has been around for a while and has only recently hit the headlines.


Dave Greenfield: Internet of Things Gains Real World Traction

Source: „The hype around the Internet of Things concept has been pulsing heavy for a few years now. Recent announcements make it clear that the Internet of Things is quickly materializing in real world industrial applications.
 
Manufacturing is the sector most primed for the value proposition of the Internet of Things (IoT). Why? Because of all the data that’s been captured and is constantly being captured by industry.



Patrick Hubbard: Internet Of Things = Internet Of Gateways

Source: „The advent of the IoT will mean monitoring an explosion of gateways and will require increased network performance monitoring -- in particular, application-aware network monitoring. The last mile of the Internet of things (IoT) may be enabled by yet another new specification, Thread. It has the advantage of an interesting range of backers, including Google (Nest), ARM, Samsung, and, of course, the climate control pioneer Big Ass Fans, which no standards body could do without.


Alex Hern: 'Internet of things' is the most over-hyped technology, say analysts

Source: „The “internet of things” (IoT) is the most over-hyped technology in development today, according to tech analysts Gartner.
The firm puts the technology, which promises a world in which every electronic device has a sim card and its own presence on the net, at five to 10 years from actual productivity. Right now, it says, the concept is instead it is at the “peak of inflated expectations”.


Greg Luttrel: Catching the next technology wave

Source: „The convergence of broadband wireless, Internet accessibility, smartphones and all the services that get wrapped around them is dramatically changing the way consumers interact with businesses and vice versa. Known as the “mobile Internet,” this fourth major technology wave is creating opportunities for investors. Over the last 40 years, information technology has gone through waves of innovation, with each period building off the advancements of the previous one.


Agam Shah: Microsoft ships Galileo super-mini-Windows PC to Internet of Things developers

Source: „Hoping to cover all its bases in the emerging Internet-of-Things market, Microsoft is reaching out to “makers,” DIYers, hardware hackers and other builders of things that may one day end up on the Internet.
Microsoft is shipping a pared-down version of Windows on an Intel Galileo development board in hopes of extending Windows’ reach further into smart devices and Internet-connected appliances.


Bram Sprenkels: I am conducting a research on behalf of Deloitte Innovation and the Eindhoven University of Technology on new business models for Internet of Things

As part of my Master’s graduation, I am conducting a research on behalf of Deloitte Innovation and the Eindhoven University of Technology on new business models for Internet of Things (IoT) based on Alexander Osterwalder’s Business Model Canvas. Taking this survey will take 20 minutes of your time. Read more about Bram Sprenkels: I am conducting a research on behalf of Deloitte Innovation and the Eindhoven University of Technology on new business models for Internet of Things



Liz McMillan: @ThingsExpo Launches Internet of Things Journal (#IoT)

Source: "Internet of Things Journal offers more than 4,300 stories including live breaking news coverage on the "Internet of Things”. SYS-CON Media's @ThingsExpo has launched Internet of Things Journal featuring 4,382 exclusive IoT stories including live breaking news coverage on the "Internet of Things." Long-time IT editor/analyst and the Conference Chair of @ThingsExpo Roger Strukhoff, is founder and editor (@IoT2040) of the Internet of Things Journal."


Thomas Lee: Intel wants to power the Internet (of all things)

Source: „There was a time in the kind-of-distant past when Intel Corp. was the big cheese in Silicon Valley.
 
Back then, each generation of Pentium microprocessing chips commanded breathless attention, much like whenever Apple unveils a product nowadays.
 
As personal computers gave way to smartphones and tablets, Intel's aura of invincibility dimmed, as did the company's sales and profit growth.


Pamela Newenham: DCU to hold Ireland’s first hardware hackathon for ‘Internet of Things’

Source: Event is part of drive to find ‘next big thing in hardware’
PCH International is to host Ireland’s first dedicated hardware hackathon for the Internet of Things, as part of a drive to find the “next big thing in hardware”.
It will bring together entrepreneurs, engineers, developers, product designers and hardware enthusiasts to conceive and prototype connected devices. It will begin with attendees proposing ideas and forming teams.


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