Tibbo Systems, a leading manufacturer of IoT devices and intelligent device management software, announced today it has completed deploying IT infrastructure monitoring solution for PFUR, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia.
Yesterday at the Cebit trade show in Hannover, Germany, on March 13, 2016, a man demonstrated that he could give his business card to anyone with a smart phone simply by waving his hand at their device.
The man in question was Patrick Kramer and he is the founder and CEO of Digiwell. As a company, Digiwell produces smart wearables and, following the CEO’s dream of making smart implants a reality, can microchip you too, right now at the Cebit trade show in Hanover, Germany.
In the last 5 years, IoT has entered the industry consciousness. There are varying forecasts calling for tremendous growth and revenue generation opportunities. We have argued IoT as part of the Connected Intelligence Evolution and have published a couple of papers on this topic of ongoing research. Last year, we delved into the history of IoT. Before it was fashionable to say IoT, it was M2M, and before that Telemetry and Telemetric systems.
At a government event on IoT policy, speakers call for more innovative business models and joined up thinking to enable the IoT to live up to its potential.
The internet of things (IoT) will radically change society as we know it, but will not realise its full potential for some time without more innovative business models and joined-up thinking, according to speakers at a Westminster e-Forum event.
With new standards specifically targeting the connectivity requirements of Massive Internet of Things (IoT) applications, cellular networks can deliver reliable, secure and diverse IoT services using existing network infrastructure.
In the Networked Society, every person and every industry will be empowered to reach their full potential. By delivering machine-to-machine (M2M) and machine-to-person communications on a massive scale, IoT technology is a key enabler of this vision.
Security will be a decisive factor in the success of the Internet of Things (IoT). However, ensuring the secure collection and transmission of IoT data remains a major challenge for this growing area.
Currently, many IoT data integrity and authentication solutions rely on extending proprietary implementations from traditional machine-to-machine (M2M) systems. Other solutions borrow traditional web mechanisms like certificates that require additional infrastructure in order to be fully effective.
Lorna Goulden (Founder Creative Innovation Works) is inspired by creative technology, game changing business and sustainable futures. But what about the future of Internet of Things? Read her thoughts about IoT and Who inspires her most about this.
“I believe that the Internet of Things does risk moving rather rapidly towards the “trough of disillusionment” on Gartner’s emerging technologies Hype Cycle”
To what extent can the Netherlands come along with the acceleration in innovation that is taking place right now?”
The Internet of Things (IOT) is the extension of the Internet to the next level, i.e., bringing the Internet to the real physical world of things. In this research, 22 people working with different aspects of IOT development were inter-viewed in Finland and in China, in order to investigate their thoughts and personal opinions on the IOT and the indi-vidual privacy in the IOT. This paper presents the background of the IOT, interviews and collected answers, as well as highlights of collected free comments.
Santa Clara, CA, USA / Oberhaching, Ger / Light + Building Frankfurt, Ger – March 15th, 2016: Gooee, the IoT platform provider for lighting, has partnered with EnOcean, the world leader in energy harvesting wireless technology, to integrate Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) based self-powered wall switch modules into the Bluetooth Smart Mesh stack; the primary communication protocol in Gooee’s enterprise IoT ecosystem.
The FIRE Board and the editorial team are glad to announce the production of the FIRE book titled “Building the Future Internet through FIRE: A Research and Experiment based Approach”. This call invites the FIRE community (FIRE Projects, FIRE facilities and FIRE experts) as well as experts from related communities to submit contributions for this book. We are also welcoming members to the Scientific Advisory Committee for this book. Send your expressions of interest and prepare your submissions!
‘FMM 2016’ – FACILITY MANAGEMENT Conference, at Grand Millenium on 01 -02 June 2016. The objective of this 2-day conference is to bring together Facility Management professionals from diverse industrial sectors to discuss and share insight on the current issues affecting the industry and set up innovative strategies that can be adopted for effective management and best practices.