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.

Frederic Lardinois: Eclipse Foundation Adds New Internet Of Things Projects To Help Push M2M Standards Forward

Source: "The Eclipse Foundation is probably best known for its work on the Eclipse IDE, but the project is also home to more than 250 open-source projects that are hosted on the group’s servers. One major goal of the foundation has always been to bring together industry players  Read more about Frederic Lardinois: Eclipse Foundation Adds New Internet Of Things Projects To Help Push M2M Standards Forward



Dan Farber: Counting the Internet of things in real time

Source: "Cisco loves the Internet of things. After all, the company is in the business of selling software and hardware to help enable what it says will be 50 billion things connected to the Internet by 2020. Things include billions of sensor-packed mobile devices, coffeemakers, cardiac monitors, cars, tires, roads, parking meters, supermarket shelves, cattle, thermostats, Read more about Dan Farber: Counting the Internet of things in real time



Bring "Internet of Things" Into Your Home

Source: "The "Internet of Things" is the supposed future world where a host of ordinary appliances, fixtures, devices and electronics communicate with each over the Internet. 

According to Discovery News, picture controlling the lights or air-conditioning in the house from work, or checking whether your plants need watering. 

But it hasn't taken off yet, in part because it's hard to get different gadgets in the home to communicate  Read more about Bring "Internet of Things" Into Your Home



Bertrand Copigneaux: The BUTLER project is now releasing a report on the session on informed consent

The BUTLER project is now releasing a report on the session on informed consent that we organized at the IoT Week 2013. The report briefly present the session in itself (speakers, objectives and agenda) before reviewing the main issues discussed in the session: Read more about Bertrand Copigneaux: The BUTLER project is now releasing a report on the session on informed consent



Bob: Violino; The 'Internet of things' will mean really, really big data

Source: "Bland by name and superficially viewed as gee-whiz technology never to be realized, the IoT (Internet of things) has significant potential to transform business. Early forays into Net-enabling physical objects are already pointing the way. Promising unprecedented connectivity among objects and the gathering of massive amounts of data Read more about Bob: Violino; The 'Internet of things' will mean really, really big data



Yunchuan Sun: The International Workshop on Identification, Information and Knowledge in the Internet of Things

IIKI2013Recent advances in technologies such as RFID, sensor networks and NFC are bringing the vision of the Internet of Things – intelligent data-enabled devices connected to the pervasive internet infrastructure – closer to reality. Read more about Yunchuan Sun: The International Workshop on Identification, Information and Knowledge in the Internet of Things



James Kobielus: Big Data Analytics Will Permeate the Internet of Things

Source: " Big data is a key infrastructure in the Internet of Things (IoT), but it’s far from the only piece of the fabric. As I stated here, the IoT is central to the notion of a Smarter Planet. In the coming global order, every human artifact, every element of the natural world, and even every physical person can conceivably be networked. Everything will be capable of being instrumented, given data-driven intelligence,  Read more about James Kobielus: Big Data Analytics Will Permeate the Internet of Things



Laura Hopperton: ARM turns Cambridge headquarters into IoT hub

Source: "Following an £800,000 cash injection from the TSB, ARM has set about transforming its UK headquarters into a hub for its partners' Internet of Things (IoT) applications. AlertMe, EnLight and IntelliSense.io will collectively be deploying network technology and more than 600 connected sensors across the company's premises in Cambridge, with the aim of achieving a tangible reduction in energy consumption. Read more about Laura Hopperton: ARM turns Cambridge headquarters into IoT hub



Bertrand Copigneaux: BUTLER work on the deployment and performance trade-offs of Smart Mobile Applications for Intelligent Environments.

Our experiments using mobile healthcare applications show that many resource and performance trade-offs exist and that current deployment schemes for these kind of applications are rough around the edges. We show how a modular design philosophy... Read more about Bertrand Copigneaux: BUTLER work on the deployment and performance trade-offs of Smart Mobile Applications for Intelligent Environments.



Debarati Roy: Internet of Things: The Next Big Thing after Cloud, Mobility and Big Data

Source: “M2M could be as transformative as any innovation that has arrived since the dawn of the internet age”, says Adaire Fox-Martin. Imagine a world so connected. As you lock the doors of your house to leave for work, your car heats up by itself to ensure you have a cosy comfortable ride , enroute your car monitors your drive and can alert you of possible routes...  Read more about Debarati Roy: Internet of Things: The Next Big Thing after Cloud, Mobility and Big Data



Twelvemonkeys company: The Internet of Things, what is it?

Source: "Forget about Web 2.0. To be hip, you should immerse yourself in connected objects. According to the MIT Technology Review, 2013 will be the year of the Internet of Things. This cutting-edge sector is effervescent, and it is said that it will change the world as we know it. It can be difficult to find your way around such hype despite the abundance of information available. Read more about Twelvemonkeys company: The Internet of Things, what is it?



George Achillias: Wake Up to the Internet of Things

Source: "There is a great deal of talk about the Internet of things and how it will create an unimaginable number of connections between everyday devices. While we are already seeing simple examples of this in surveillance cameras and sensors, there are clearly benefits and concerns, for example privacy issues, that will stretch well beyond our comfort zone. How will this explosion of connectivity change our businesses and social institutions? Read more about George Achillias: Wake Up to the Internet of Things



Panel Huffington Post: The Next Internet Frontier

Source: "The internet is old news. With the rise of 3D printing and networked devices, the next wave of connectivity has been dubbed "the internet of things." But what is it? And what will be the human benefit of giving networking capability to all our stuff? Hosted by: Alyona Minkovski 
Guests:
John Matherly @achillean (San Diego, CA) Founder, Shodan
Dan Goodin @dangoodin001 (Oakland, CA)


Alessandro Bassi of the European Lighthouse Integrated Project talks about the internet of things

Paultre on Power - the infrastructure behind the Internet of Things (Podcast):  In this podcast, Alessandro Bassi of the European Lighthouse Integrated Project talks to us at NY's CE Week about addressing the Internet-of-Things Architecture, proposing the creation of an architectural reference model together with the definition of an initial set of key building blocks. Read more about Alessandro Bassi of the European Lighthouse Integrated Project talks about the internet of things



Chantal Polsonetti,: Ethernet and Wireless Enable Manufacturing Internet of Things

The concept of an Internet of Things (IoT) has morphed from its origins in RFID to one that encompasses all networked devices, both within and external to a manufacturing operation. The push to adopt IoT in manufacturing coincides with a concurrent enabling trend toward use of industrial Ethernet


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