Rebecca Borison: Nest Is Partnering With A Smart Fan Company To Take The Internet Of Things To The Next Level

Source: „On Tuesday morning, Nest announced it is collaborating with a company called Big Ass Fans, which sells ceiling fans that learn from their owners to adapt to their preferences.
Nest's smart thermostat will work with Big Ass Fan's SenseME fan, which senses motion and changes speeds to maintain the right conditions.
This collaboration will allegedly save consumers up to 30% on air conditioning costs

Jack Palmer: The keys to autonomous driving lie in the hands of the tech. community and software providers.

The keys to autonomous driving lie in the hands of the tech. community and software providers. Before autonomous driving is possible, there are certain challenges to consider.  One of these is the design of a HMI that recognises the level of 'driver disengagement' so that different types of alerts (e.g. haptic feedback) can re-engage the driver when dangers are on the road.
Denso and QNX are leading the way in providing tech. and software that will shape this auto-mobility revolution.

Jeffrey Kaplan: The Connected Cloud Summit is a one-day, executive forum on Thursday, September 18 at 60 State Street in Boston,

The Connected Cloud Summit is a one-day, executive forum on Thursday, September 18 at 60 State Street in Boston, focused on the unprecedented business opportunities and key technology challenges associated with the rapidly evolving Internet of Things (IoT) marketplace.  Learn more about the event and see who will be speaking. Members of the Boston SaaS Meet-Up

Hailey Robinson: Oracle President Mark Hurd on the Internet of Things: 5 Takeaways

Source: „As the co-president of American multinational computer technology firm Oracle Corporation, Mark Hurd understands the Internet of Things better than most. His views on the Internet of Things can help you understand this concept and how it’ll impact the world.
1. The Internet of Things Isn’t Just About Computers
The Internet of Things describes a range of interconnected intelligent devices that go beyond computers, smartphones, and tablets.
“Home appliances, food, industrial equipment, pets

Intellectual Property Office: Research and analysis: New eight great technologies internet of things

This report produced by the Informatics team provides a review of patent data relating to the internet of things. This is a concept where a network of everyday physical objects are accessed through the internet and are able to automatically identify themselves to other devices because of their inherent ambient intelligence and creating a smarter world.
Eight great technologies: The internet of things & Eight great technologies: The internet of things infographic

Marty Biancuzzo: If you think the internet is big business now, prepare for the “Internet of Things” (IoT).

Source: „We’ve been tracking some major technology trends at Wall Street Daily. To name just a few, we’ve covered new mobile technology, Big Data, wearable technology, biometrics, and high-tech motion sensors for gaming and paying for goods. But what if I told you there’s a gigantic tech trend that encompasses all of them? One that boasts a staggering $7.1-trillion projected market valuation. Well, there is.

Dennis McCafferty: Internet of Things Is Overwhelming IT Networks

Source: „By 2020, the Internet of things (IoT) is expected to interconnect 26 billion computing devices in businesses, homes, cars, clothes, animals and pretty much everything else, according to Gartner. That's a thirtyfold increase over the past five years. While the potential for innovation is exciting, it's taking a toll on IT resources, according to survey research from Infoblox. Many tech professionals surveyed said that any required deployments for the IoT will become part of their existing IT network

Mike Foreman: What is the internet of things?

Source: „The internet of things is already here. There’s a new wave of technology entering our daily lives and its impact will turn them upside down.  The internet of things is predicted to cause the same disruption to society as the transformational impact of the printing press in the 15th Century and the internet-induced information revolution in the late 20th Century.  Essentially, the internet of things is a catchall phrase for the array of devices, appliances, vehicles, wearable material, and sensor-laden parts of the environment that connect to each other

Gil Press: „It's Official: The Internet Of Things Takes Over Big Data As The Most Hyped Technology”

Source: „Gartner released last week its latest Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies. Last year, big data reigned supreme, at what Gartner calls the “peak of inflated expectations.”  But now big data has moved down the “trough of disillusionment,” replaced by the Internet of Things at the top of the hype cycle.  In 2012 and in 2013 Gartner’s analysts thought that the Internet of Things had more than 10 years to reach the “plateau of productivity” but this year they give it five to ten years

Startupbootcamp Internet of Things & Data Barcelona

Startupbootcamp Internet of Things & Data is the leading global startup accelerator with a focus on Internet of Things & Smart Data delivering unparalleled support, mentorship, and connections to world class startups building disruptive solutions with connected devices and the immense associated data these machines create.
The program includes incredible access to leading global IoT and data innovation firm Claro Partners, over 100 mentors from awesome companies like Intel, Yahoo, Cisco, Telefonica, Facebook

Adrian Bridgwater: The Internet will get worse, before it gets better

Source: „The web is in a state of flux; competing cloud standards combined with the growth of the so-called Internet of Things (IoT) and the continual proliferation of devices, applications and operating systems are creating a muddled maelstrom of disorientation. For technology to proliferate and grow as naturally as we have seen inside the ‘non-industrial Internet’, we need simplicity of application access, common user interface experiences and (arguably most of all) a base layer architecture for our IT where interconnectivity

Kim Jung-Yoon: Cisco exec sees company as the connector of all things

Source; „Chong Kyung-won, general manager and vice president of Cisco Korea, talks about the Internet of Everything. By Park Sang-moon. Most people call it the Internet of Things (IoT), but Cisco is focused on the Internet of Everything. Over the past 25 years, Cisco has been making revolutionary contributions to the Internet community by connecting networks through routers. For Cisco, the Internet of Everything means an infrastructure for exchanging information and communicating between things and people

Paolo Del Nibletto: Stop selling solutions and begin to sell the experience

Source: „There is no one in the analyst community more in tuned with the channel that Tiffani Bova. Bova is the vice president and distinguished analyst with Gartner Research. She is a former channel chief and solution provider executive and last year Bova was recognized by Gartner with the Thought Leadership Award for her work on the Future of IT Sales. One of her predictions she made back in 2012 was that the chief marketing officer would be spending more on IT than the CIO by 2017. Well, that prediction

Laura Brown: Samsung acquires ‘Internet of Things’ startup SmartThings for $200 million

Source: Samsung has just announced that Samsung Electronics has acquired an ‘Internet of Things’ technology start-up SmartThings, reportedly for $200 million. The so-called SmartThings used to build and sells various home automation kits for the customers. SmartThings sell automation kits that come with motion sensors and also with moisture sensors; these sensors used to send all information to a central hub. Users can monitor their home via the central hub

Tina Amirtha: Why The Internet Of Things Won't Look The Way You Think

Source: „This story contains an interview with Ed Konowal, network engineer for the Lee County School District in Florida and creator of the Internet SteamGauge.
An IT guy, Ed Konowal, wanted to bring a bit of the analog world back to his office; he stared at computers for too long every day. So, rather than tracking his clients' Internet usage on digital graphs for hours on end, he created a system called the Internet SteamGauge, to let him track bandwidth on an antique steam pressure gauge


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