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.

Joep van Beurden: 'Internet of My Things' is next step

Source: "A glimpse into what CSR is working on for the future was given to those who attended the roundtable meeting at The Pitt Building on Friday. Joep van Beurden, chief executive, said: “We have five areas of investment and three are paying the bills...“The others are smart micro enegery – low power Bluetooth to connect devices...“The second area (not yet paying the bills) is indoor location.” 
 


Tom Gilles: how can we cope with what inevitably will become a massive flood of machine generated data?

Source: "As we begin to connect real things like automobiles and airplanes into the Internet of Things, security and performance merged with efficiency and scale will take center stage in the data center. Now is the perfect time for IT leaders to take some time out and give some thought to Read more about Tom Gilles: how can we cope with what inevitably will become a massive flood of machine generated data?



OSIOT is building the Rosetta Stone for the Internet of Things.

Source: OSIOT is a Silicon Valley based organization with the single focus to develop and promote royalty-free, open source standards for the emerging Internet of Things. By bringing together industry, the public sector, academics and members of the open source software development community, OSIOT is ensuring that its output serves the needs of many. Read more about OSIOT is building the Rosetta Stone for the Internet of Things.



Dieter Uckelmann: 4th International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics (LDIC 2014)  

The 4th International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics (LDIC 2014) will be held in Bremen (Germany) from 10th to 14th of February 2014 together with a Doctoral Workshop and several satellite events. As in the past LDIC post-proceedings will be published by Springer. The main conference will be accompanied by several satellite events. Read more about Dieter Uckelmann: 4th International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics (LDIC 2014)  



Rick Merritt: Your Invite to Our IoT Party

Source: "Welcome to the Internet of Things Designline on the newly redesigned EE Times website. This is meant to be an area where practicing engineers, technologists, and those interested in looking over their shoulders can learn and talk about this emerging sector. So this should be a great place for information about sensors, low-power wireless networks and SoCs, novel IoT implementations, dev kits, and all things IoT. Read more about Rick Merritt: Your Invite to Our IoT Party



Bob Sullivan: The 'Internet of Things' pits George Jetson vs. George Orwell

“All the Internet of Things companies, we're capturing a lot of data about users,” Johnson said. Government regulations and industry policies should restrict usage of the data, but communication with consumers will also be key. “We need to be very cognizant of the sensitivity of that data and how we make users aware of how this data can be used … It's important they understand what’s going on.” Read more about Bob Sullivan: The 'Internet of Things' pits George Jetson vs. George Orwell



Michael V. Copeland: How the rest of us can build the Internet of Things

Source: "The Internet of Things seems like a slam dunk if your perspective comes from roaming the halls of Google, Apple, Qualcomm or upstarts like Nest. Simply connect that “thing” to an Android or iPhone app and make it do what you want with a tap on a touchscreen.
 
But what about making that thing secure, reliable and private?


Laure Quintin & Günter Külzhammer: The presentations of IoT Week are online

Laure Quintin & Günter Külzhammer,: "We would like to take this opportunity to thank all participants and co-organising projects of the IERC Research Cluster who invested well a lot of effort into setting up a rich and interactive programme consisting of numerous dedicated workshops and plenary sessions this year with a strong focus on businesses and trends, offering insight into the latest proven concepts on architecture, interoperability Read more about Laure Quintin & Günter Külzhammer: The presentations of IoT Week are online



Processing 2.0 has arrived!

Source: We're thrilled to announce the launch of Processing 2.0—the latest incarnation of the programming language, development environment, and online community that has grown dramatically since its debut in 2001. This new release builds on the versions of Processing that have been downloaded almost two million times. We invite you to download Processing 2.0 from www.processing.org. The Processing software is free and open source, and runs on the Mac, Windows, and GNU/Linux platforms. Read more about Processing 2.0 has arrived!



Patrick Moorhead: How To Intelligently Build An Internet Of Things (IoT)

Source: "One of the most hyped terms the last year has been the “internet of things”, abbreviated to “IoT”. IoT is essentially the vision that nearly everything is connected to the internet.  This includes not just smartphones, tablets and PCs, but includes clothes, cars, appliances, light bulbs, door locks, thermostats, toys, etc...The challenge is to start with end-to-end services delivery in mind, while leaving room for technology and market evolution Read more about Patrick Moorhead: How To Intelligently Build An Internet Of Things (IoT)



Ben van Lier: Spimes, Cyber Physical Systems and Industrie 4.0

Source: "The term spimes was introduced by Bruce Sterling in 2005. According to him, spimes are manufactured objects that start out in a different way from traditional objects and end up as data. From their origin to their recycling, he states, spimes form ‘material instantiations of an immaterial system’. The physical object is increasingly being created and integrated into the virtual environment of interconnected and communicating networks. Read more about Ben van Lier: Spimes, Cyber Physical Systems and Industrie 4.0



Lea Lipovšek: Living bits and things 2013 - Call for speakers has been extended until July 15th!

Living bits and things 2013 Program is being created and we got some very impressive speakers to present -on November 12 and 13, 2013. However, to provide you really interesting topics and meet the most influential people of IoT, we are extending the Call for Speakers until July 15th. Share your knowledge and experience Read more about Lea Lipovšek: Living bits and things 2013 - Call for speakers has been extended until July 15th!



Franck Le Gall: short report on the Helsinki session Business Model Pitch

On the June 19th, the 1st Internet of Things (IoT) Business pitch contest took place in the framework of the IoT week. In front of a captivated assembly of more than 60 participants, four young entrepreneurs and idea developers defended their business concept to a jury made of 5 high level executives.  Read more about Franck Le Gall: short report on the Helsinki session Business Model Pitch



Matt Rosoff: How SAP hopes to win from the Internet of Things

Source: "SAP is making a big bet on the Internet of Things, but the company acknowledges that it's still a ways off.The Internet of Things, or "machine to machine" (M2M), describes a world in which millions of objects transmit and receive data over wireless networks, creating a flood of data that can be analyzed and help drive business decisions. Despite the name, not every one of these devices will connect to the public Internet -- Read more about Matt Rosoff: How SAP hopes to win from the Internet of Things



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