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.

Matt Rosoff: Cisco CTO explains the "Internet of Everything"

"The first era of the 1990s was mostly about moving commercial transactions online, with big e-commerce giants like Amazon and eBay and Google search advertising replacing many less efficient forms of offline advertising. The second era added immersive collaboration --  Read more about Matt Rosoff: Cisco CTO explains the "Internet of Everything"



Center for the Promotion of Science and Ericsson Serbia are inviting you to a celebration of the Internet of Things Day on 9th of April starting at 6 p.m.

Internet of Things (IoT) is a technology that is rapidly evolving and becoming part of the everyday life of the regular Internet user. Not long ago, the idea of all objects in interrelation was possible only in sphere of science fiction. Read more about Center for the Promotion of Science and Ericsson Serbia are inviting you to a celebration of the Internet of Things Day on 9th of April starting at 6 p.m.



Gérald Santucci: Happy Birthday!

When I strive to remember what happened 40 years ago, here are the events that come to my mind: the end of the Vietnam War; the military coup in Chile; the Yom Kippur War that resulted in an increase by 200% of the oil price; Britain, Ireland and Denmark joining the EU; the World Trade Center becoming the tallest building in the world... All these events, and many others, were important, some of them still having echoes today. However, those events of 1973 that have had the most far-reaching effects went unnoticed Read more about Gérald Santucci: Happy Birthday!



Tomaž Vidonja: April 9th - Slovenia joins the Global IoT Day

On April 9th - the Global Internet of Things Day - Opcomm, the IoT Competence centre for Central and SouthEast Europe is going to make a small contribution. We are going to join other countries around the world and all the IoT events that will be organized in different environments... Read more about Tomaž Vidonja: April 9th - Slovenia joins the Global IoT Day



Tom Taulli: Andreessen Horowitz, Che Guevara And Changing the World

Source: "...But data is not just about corporations. The opportunity also extends well into the consumer space. “People are accumulating large amounts of data across sites like Twitter, Facebook, Dropbox and Pinterest,” said John (O'Farell). Read more about Tom Taulli: Andreessen Horowitz, Che Guevara And Changing the World



Arduino Blog: Meet the Maker: Jody Culkin

Source: "Imagine being an artist with an insane desire to learn the tools that would set your art apart, that would inspire you to create something closest to your imagination. Imagine a burning desire improve the lives of others with all the skills that you have. Imagine, being Jody Culkin. Jody started her career with Technical Photography at the Medical Department of New York University, Read more about Arduino Blog: Meet the Maker: Jody Culkin



Ciara Byrne: Mark Curtis (Fjord) says: Experience design is dead

Experience design is dead: "The next frontier in service design is what Fjord calls living services, where the same service is delivered via a whole plethora of interfaces and becomes ever more atomized. Read more about Ciara Byrne: Mark Curtis (Fjord) says: Experience design is dead



Philippe Cousin: The 1st 6LoWPAN Interop event (Plugtest)

The 1st 6LoWPAN Interop event (Plugtests) will take in Berlin, Germany on 27 and 28 July 2013 in co-location with the 87th IETF meeting (28 July – 02 August 2013). The event is organised by ETSI with the support of IPSO Alliance, FP7 PROBE-IT and IPV6 Forum. Read more about Philippe Cousin: The 1st 6LoWPAN Interop event (Plugtest)



Call for Papers: Surveillance, Games, and Play

"Yet, as argued by Anders Albrechtslund and Lynsey Dubbeld in volume 3(2/3) of this journal, surveillance is fun. It is an essential component of many games and virtual worlds. It enables family to find each other and play together online, such as when adult children who live thousands of miles away challenge their parents to a Words with Friends scrabble match over Facebook." Read more about Call for Papers: Surveillance, Games, and Play



Christine Perey: The AR Standards Community

Some types of data generated by sensors and other intelligent, network-connected objects would be suitable for direct viewing, or provide useful context for driving valuable end user experiences through Augmented Reality-enabled platforms. One of the obstacles to exposing automated information "feeds" of this nature to large audiences is the lack of standards. Read more about Christine Perey: The AR Standards Community



The Oracle Alchemist: My ideal day with all the Things

Source: 'Personally I’m excited about the insight that this kind of technology can bring into our lives.

Privacy and the decay of human awareness notwithstanding, it’s an inevitable and exciting way to bring sensors, objects, humans, and big data to a stunning and revolutionizing culmination. Read more about The Oracle Alchemist: My ideal day with all the Things



Nora O Murchú: Run Computer, Run

Run Computer, Run focuses on the current economic, political and cultural factors that are shaping the Internet and the artistic responses to them through a series of exhibitions, seminars and a publication. The research will discuss and explore how the practice of the digital artist is transitioning, not only with the growth of digital technologies, but are increasingly being informed by... Read more about Nora O Murchú: Run Computer, Run



Cisco and the Internet of Things

Andy Scott: Cisco unveil the Internet of Everything: "Cisco defined the IoE as bringing together people, process, data, and things to make networked connections more relevant and valuable than ever before—turning information into actions that create new capabilities, richer experiences, and unprecedented economic opportunity for individuals, businesses, and countries. Read more about Cisco and the Internet of Things



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