Amira Gabarin: Ofcom calls for input on Internet of Things

Source: „The broadcasting regulator Ofcom has today called for public input on how to harness the Internet of Things (IoT) – the rapidly approaching age in which even the smallest gadgets and household appliances will be able to communicate with each other, changing our lives in ways that we are only beginning to imagine.
As the gatekeeper of radio spectrum, Ofcom will have an important part to play in regulating and enabling this vast network of wireless devices

Patrick Tucker: The CIA Fears the Internet of Things

Source: „The major themes defining geo-security for the coming decades were explored at a forum on “The Future of Warfare” at the Aspen Security Forum on Thursday, moderated by Defense One Executive Editor Kevin Baron.
Dawn Meyerriecks, the deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency’s directorate of science and technology, said today’s concerns about cyber war don’t address the looming geo-security threats posed by the Internet of Things

Jon Bruner and the IoT+ Newsletter Team : Turtle Sense

Source: „Two million human visitors share the Cape Hatteras National Seashore with endangered turtles. To protect the turtle nests and hatchlings during the hatching period the beaches must be closed—but because it's difficult to gauge when exactly the baby turtles will hatch, the beach is closed for 6 weeks from the discovery of the nest. Nerds Without Borders has created nest monitor devices with a microcontroller, accelerometer, thermometer,

Internet of Things Comes to Life at Apigee's "I Love APIs" Conference

Source: „ Apigee(R) today released new details about the "I Love APIs" conference to be held Sept. 8-10, 2014 in San Francisco, featuring an immersive Internet of Things (IoT) exhibit showcasing industry-first innovations moving the IoT from buzzword to reality. The conference is expected to draw a crowd of 1,200 attendees with a marquee line-up of speakers including chief technology officers (CTOs) from Walgreens and Burberry. Registration

Thomas Hallauer: Is there a business case for in-cab cameras in Europe? 

Source: „In-cab forward-facing cameras are becoming more popular within both the commercial fleet and insurance industries. Once regarded with a degree of suspicion by drivers who felt uncomfortable with a ‘Big Brother’ device in their cabs, they soon realised that the camera data could actually work for them, rather than against them.
To clarify, we’re discussing forward-facing cameras here, as opposed to inward-facing cameras that monitor the drivers

Unilever Launches 'Internet of Things' Partner Search

Source: „Five briefs on the theme of ‘Internet of Things’ launch via The Unilever Foundry, the company’s single entry-point platform for innovative start-ups seeking to partner with the company.
Since launching The Unilever Foundry in May the platform has received an overwhelming level of engagement from innovative companies and this is the first time specific Internet of Things briefs have been shared with the startup community through

Peter Waterhouse: Forget 'Things' – It's The Internet Of Business Models

Source: „With the Internet of Things, sensors and telematics don't mean much if they're not helping disrupt traditional business models. As with all new and exciting technologies, it's easy to get carried away with hype. Certainly the Internet of Things, with its promise of connecting homes and cars and smart grids, falls into that category.
The most newsworthy example is the battle brewing between Google and Apple to win control of the consumer market.

Jef Cozza: Internet of Things Comes to DIYers, Thanks to LittleBit

Source: ""Until now, building for the Internet of Things has been reserved for large companies and experts, limiting the power of what's possible and the rate of innovation," said Ayah Bdeir, CEO of littleBits. "With the cloudBit, we're doing for connected devices what Android did for mobile -- making an open, accessible and instantaneous platform."
Not to be left out of the nascent Internet of Things

Executive Talent Needs From Rising 'Internet of Things' Trend Spurs Heidrick & Struggles to Launch New Specialty Practice

Source: „Anticipating executive talent and leadership needs across industries from a burgeoning new trend—the Internet of Things—Heidrick & Struggles (Nasdaq:HSII) has launched a new global specialty practice.
The "Internet of Things" refers to the myriad implications of connecting everyday objects

Cheyenne King: Today littleBits announced the cloudBitTM, a new dimension to the littleBits library

Today littleBits announced the cloudBitTM, a new dimension to the littleBits library that lets you “snap the internet to anything” and turn any object into an internet-connected device - no soldering, wiring or programming required [video here]. 
Building for the Internet of Things was previously reserved for large companies and experts; with the cloudBit,

CAPS notes: The Internet of Things as an alternative democratic system for the 21th century

The main argument I wanted to get across is that there is a new ‚job’ or role for creatives/designers/artists and that is the role of Stakeholder Coordinator. Why?
We have a ‚Business’ Moment. It marks the transition from product to service to system design:
“In the future, a digital organization will be able to spot and exploit a business moment,

Mat Keep: Tackling the connected future, the right way

Source: „The Internet of Things (IoT) is the latest IT topic to receive a consistent wave of industry attention, much like Cloud Computing and Big Data did before it. There is considerable discussion about the potential applications of IoT, with excitement about what the next connected device on the market might be and the types of new applications and revenue models that might follow.
Estimates about the growth opportunities in the connected devices market vary

Mat Zucker: I’m Literally Writing About The Internet of Things

Source: „I haven’t written in months. Maybe it’s because I’ve been busy. Maybe, I’ve been lazy. It is summer, yo.
But I believe the real reason I haven’t written is that I have dispassionately lacked the technological inspiration to do so. I’m writing now however because I am becoming increasingly obsessed with the integration of digital and physical experiences. It seems that wearables, tools, appliances

Colin Neagle: A guide to the confusing Internet of Things standards world

Source: „Google recently announced a new networking protocol called Thread that aims to create a standard for communication between connected household devices.
If that description sounds familiar, that's because it is. Thread joins similar collaborative efforts led by the likes of Intel, Qualcomm, GE and others in the race to establish standards for the Internet of Things, which is widely considered the next technology frontier.

Mohana Ravindranath: Internet of thingS

Source: „Home-improvement stores, destinations for the do-it-yourself consumer, have long sold the hammers, nails and tools people need to fix up their houses.
Now large chains such as Home Depot and Lowe's are selling virtual tools -- sensors, Wi-Fi enabled appliances and software -- to help those customers monitor and control their homes from their smartphones.
It's an attempt to tap into the Internet of Things -- technologists' term for a network of connected sensors, devices and objects.


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