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.

Oh my goodness, so much data! It’s everywhere … Tell stories with data

Source: "Oh my goodness, so much data! It’s everywhere … Yes, one of the changes Web 2.0 has fostered is open access to vast amounts of data. Just two examples are British and American government data sets that have been released from their digital prisons. But data itself is mute, Read more about Oh my goodness, so much data! It’s everywhere … Tell stories with data



Joachim Walewski: Special session at IEEE Photonics Conference 2013: Photonics and the Internet of Things

There are predictions that there will be more 100 billion wireless devices on the planet by the year 2020. Many of these will be small sensors and actuators forming an ‘Internet of Things’ Read more about Joachim Walewski: Special session at IEEE Photonics Conference 2013: Photonics and the Internet of Things



Djordje Djokic: Internet of Things Day Paris

April 9th was celebrated as the International Internet of Things Day, and Paris had its events. Both the IoT Day, and the Soirée were organised in a very short time, at almost the same place, and in a very informal way. Both went fine too! The first event was set up by Bearstech & CKAB, and the second by Pierre Métivier. Read more about Djordje Djokic: Internet of Things Day Paris



Claro Partners: Data: the Key to the Internet of Things, London April 23

"Rich Radka, Founder of Claro Partners, will present insights developed from two of Claro’s recent projects around the Personal Data Economy and the Internet of Things. Focused on the impact at both a societal and business level, the result is a clear point of view about the real value within these big shifts when designing new services. Read more about Claro Partners: Data: the Key to the Internet of Things, London April 23



The Wiselib project is proud to announce that it was selected as a mentoring organization for Google Summer of Code 2013.

We give talented students the opportunity to solve interesting problems in algorithms and protocols for networked embedded systems, such as wireless sensor nodes, or smartphones. Read more about The Wiselib project is proud to announce that it was selected as a mentoring organization for Google Summer of Code 2013.



Ben van Lier: Can Machines Communicate? - The Internet of Things and Interoperability of Information

Abstract: "In the years ahead, more and more physical objects will be connected to the Internet. These connections will enable objects to exchange and share information among themselves. This way, slowly but surely, an Internet of Things will develop. Read more about Ben van Lier: Can Machines Communicate? - The Internet of Things and Interoperability of Information



Welcome to Helsinki for the IoT Week! June 16-20

Since its launch in 2011, the IoT Week has become the leading European meeting place for researchers and representatives from industry and politics active in the area of the Internet of Things. The past two editions attracted more than 400 participants from all over the world.  Read more about Welcome to Helsinki for the IoT Week! June 16-20



IoT-A Newsletter 5: Interview with Tomaž Vidonja

IoT-A, the European Lighthouse Integrated Project addressing the Internet-of-Things Architecture, proposes the creation of an architectural reference model together with the definition of an initial set of key building blocks. Together they are envisioned as crucial foundations for fostering a future Internet of Things. Read more about IoT-A Newsletter 5: Interview with Tomaž Vidonja



Rob van Kranenburg: IoT Day by Postscapes and Council a huge success!

Internet of Things is here to stay and it is equally strong from the bottom (hacking, arduino, open source, diy), the middle ( the sme's that are springing up) and the top (Intel, Telefonica, Ericsson...). In fact this language no longer describes what is going on. These are indicators that show that we are now in hybrid space Read more about Rob van Kranenburg: IoT Day by Postscapes and Council a huge success!



Colin Druce-McFadden: 9 devices shaping the future of the Internet of Things

Source: "The 'Internet of Things' (or IoT) is an exciting term to be able to sling around. Everyone who’s aware of the phrase knows that the IoT is coming, and a lot of people are excited to watch it evolve. It’s an imminent reality that promises to connect people to their possessions Read more about Colin Druce-McFadden: 9 devices shaping the future of the Internet of Things



Neil Ungerleider: Shodan; a Google for the Internet of Things

SourceShodan, a little-known search engine, is the go-to site to find out about nuclear power plants control centers, gas stations, and highway signs connected to the internet. A little-known search engine which indexes information on computers attached to the internet is increasingly leaving itself open to be used by hackers Read more about Neil Ungerleider: Shodan; a Google for the Internet of Things



Michael Koster: The Open Source Internet Of Things Silicon Valley at Hacker Dojo

Michael Koster: The Open Source Internet Of Things Silicon Valley; Open IoT: Join the discussion, build a community, bring a project. Tuesday, April 9, 2013

6:30 PM
Hacker Dojo
599 Fairchild Drive
Mountain View, CA 94043
 


Simon Sharwood: The Internet of Things and Oracle

Source: "Oracle reveals strategy for internet of things: Java on the edge, middleware shakes hands with Exadata … and the lights go on: "Oracle has clambered aboard the bandwagon for the internet of things, outlining a strategy for handling the torrents of data the company assumes will shortly flow from myriad smart-ish devices on the network's edge." Read more about Simon Sharwood: The Internet of Things and Oracle



Joachim Walewski: Special Issue - Intelligent Internet of Things

CFP: "The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming an attractive paradigm to realize interactions among ubiquitous things in the physical, cyber, and social spaces. In the IoT, the ubiquitous things are assigned with the capability of comprehensive perception, reliable information transmission Read more about Joachim Walewski: Special Issue - Intelligent Internet of Things



Internet of Things Day April 09 in Paris, at Bearstech

Two events are taling place in Paris, kickstarted by Pierre Métivier & Djordje DjokicRencontre confirmée pour qui veut. Les amis de Bearstech / CKAB organise un 

  • premier « évenement » de 12 :00 à 14 :00  - open invitation dans leurs locaux. Et nous sommes tous invité à participer bien sûr. 


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