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.

Hot topics at the (FNS) Summer School on Internet of Things

Source: „The students of the Future Networking Solutions - Internet of Things (IoT) summer school in Stockholm, hosted by KTH, were lucky to, have chosen to come to Stockholm since the Scandinavian summer was the hottest for many years. The organisers Gunnar Karlsson, KTH, Henrik Abramowicz, Ericsson and Martin Vendel, KTH had been very successful in attracting interesting lecturers, providing the latest updates in research and business relating to IoT. From Ericsson AB, John Fornehed, Head of System Area M2M and Manfred Dasselaar, Service and Business Model Innovation Researcher


Andrew Dugenske and Alain Louchez: The Factory of the Future Will Be Shaped by the Internet of Things

Source: „Around the globe, intelligent and pervasive industrial automation has been catapulted in recent years to a top national or regional priority. Known by different names, e.g., “Advanced Manufacturing”, “Smart Manufacturing”, “Industry 4.0” or “Factories of the Future” to highlight a few, these initiatives all bear the same characteristics, i.e., transforming the manufacturing process from a patchwork of isolated silos to a nimble and seamless whole fully integrated Read more about Andrew Dugenske and Alain Louchez: The Factory of the Future Will Be Shaped by the Internet of Things



David Prosser: The firms set to lead the "internet of things" revolution

Source: „The firms set to lead the "internet of things" revolution If there were an award for the most anachronistic company name on the stockmarket, Carphone Warehouse would surely win it: car phones, after all, disappeared around the same time as shoulder pads.
It's curious, then, that the name will endure following the company's recommended merger of equals with Dixons Retail - particularly since Dixons Carphone (DC.), as the new venture will be known, is essentially a huge bet on a vision of how the internet will develop.


Paul Wallbank: Is Telstra wrong to bet big on the Internet of Things?

Source: „One thing the tech industry does extremely well is hype. Probably the most hyped set of technologies at the moment is the Internet of Things (IoT), where almost every IT and telecommunications company on the planet, including Telstra, is staking its future. Consulting firm Gartner tracks the industry’s ebbs and flows of with its Hype Cycle, which describes a somewhat predictable path where fevered commentary around a new product or concept becomes more intense as it reaches a peak of heightened expectations.


Kevin Loria6 Strange Body Hacks That Are Actually Useful

Source: "The human body has the potential for amazing feats, but it also has built-in limitations — we can't hear certain tones, we see a limited range of colors, and we can't feel magnetic and electrical fields around us the way some animals do.
Some people choose not to accept those limits.
Neil Harbisson was born without the ability to see color. Now, he can perceive more than 360 colors and even discern the infrared spectrum. Kevin Warwick, the U.K.-based cybernetics professor and author of "I, Cyborg," was the first person to implant a RFID chip into his arm,


Dan Worth: BlackBerry creates tech unit focused on patents, QNX and Internet of Things

Source: „BlackBerry has announced the creation of a new business unit designed to focus on some of its most valuable assets, ranging from the Internet of Things (IoT) to cryptography.
BlackBerry said the new BlackBerry Technology Solutions (BTS) would comprise several key parts of its business including its QNX-embedded software; Project Ion, its IoT application platform; Certicom, a cryptography application; and its efforts around Paratek RF antenna tuning.


The VAR Guy Blog: How To Profit from the Internet of Things

Source: „The small-business arena is buzzing with hype around the The Internet of Things, but many people still don't understand the potential opportunities. IT partners stand to benefit, as many small businesses won’t have the expertise, the time or even the resources to do in-depth analysis of data generated from the Internet of Things. The small-business arena is buzzing with hype around the term “The Internet of Things,” and all the “limitless” possibilities it has in store for all of us. In my experience, many people still don’t really understand what the Internet of Things actually is and just how it is relevant to them.


Rob van Kranenburg: Which side are you on?

So let us speak with Ortega Y Gasset and say: Look here, here is the ugly truth, the facts are this: One particular kind of intelligence in the tribe, traditionally harnessed by the brute force of warrior-kings and outwitted always by the manic-creatives, has managed to take over the entire spectrum of predictive capacity. This is the reality of the situation. We can lament it , but we can not go back. We can oppose it, but we cannot halt the convergence of a push logic of logistics able to individuate all objects (ecology of barcodes, qr codes, rfid, nfc…) and software as a service in everything that has capacity to hold software (ipv6) combined with a pull logic of people Read more about Rob van Kranenburg: Which side are you on?



David Prosser: The firms set to lead the "internet of things" revolution

Source: „The firms set to lead the "internet of things" revolution If there were an award for the most anachronistic company name on the stockmarket, Carphone Warehouse would surely win it: car phones, after all, disappeared around the same time as shoulder pads.
It's curious, then, that the name will endure following the company's recommended merger of equals with Dixons Retail - particularly since Dixons Carphone (DC.), as the new venture will be known, is essentially a huge bet on a vision of how the internet will develop.
 


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.


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