It sounds quite utopian, I agree. Even more strange is the realization that this utopia will be realized through a strong cooperation between us humans and the tools that we have made from very old when we could still feel our hammers and hear that sound, or could still start the steam engine that drove its energy into the smaller machines. They are disappearing into the fabric of everyday life, as Weiser called it, but they are still there. The tooling itself has become a force in and of its own
Join #IoTChat on April 9th about the Internet of Things and chat with special guest Tim O'Reilly. Solid's Jon Bruner and Jim Stogdill will be hosting, with participation from expert Solid speakers, authors, and editors.
El #IoTDay es un evento anual que reune a hackers y makers de todo el mundo, para hacer proyectos que involucren sensores y objetos conectados. Trae tus aparatos y materiales de hardware para construir tu proyecto, sea una llanta inteligente o una matera con WiFi. Si eres desarrollador de software y no sabes mucho de hardware, también puedes participar! Tendremos mentores disponibles para ayudarte a conectar tus inventos a Internet y hacer tu proyecto realidad. Durante el #IoTDay, habrán más de 25 ciudades
In Zukunft werden nicht mehr nur Menschen das Internet nutzen, sondern auch Alltagsgegenstände wie Glühbirnen, Armbanduhren oder Fahrräder. Beliebtes Beispiel ist der Kühlschrank, der über das Internet mit seinen Inhalten kommuniziert, seinen Besitzer informiert oder sogar selbst die Milch nachbestellt. Gemäss dem Netzwerkhardwarehersteller Cisco sollen bis 2020 fünfzig Millarden Objekte über das Internet kommunizieren. Die Industrie erklärte 2014 deshalb zum
Mobile and sensor technologies offer great opportunities, yet making these means work for social innovation is not self-evident. Therefore we believe in co-creating meaningful solutions by facilitating people centered workshops. In these workshops we focus initially on people instead of technology to shape innovative social interactions. In the workshop held during the Level Up Conference participants identified several use cases and mapped how technology could be applied
Open Journal of Internet of Things (OJIOT), an open access online journal, publishes original and creative research results on the internet of things. OJIOT distributes its articles under the open access model. All articles of OJIOT are fully open access and online available to readers free of charge. Accepted manuscripts are published online immediately.
OJIOT aims to provide a forum for sharing and exchanging ideas, experiences and research results among scientists and practitioners of internet of things. OJIOT publishes regular research papers, short communications, reviews and visionary papers in all aspects of internet of things.
Source: "Last week, a new group called the Industrial Internet Consortium—made up of several technology companies including AT&T, Cisco, GE, IBM, Intel and interestingly, Vanderbilt University—announced its plans to create engineering standards for the “Internet of Things.” IoT refers to the connection of smartphones, routers, thermostats, sensors, and other objects to the Internet and one another.
In IoT, we can see the classic trade secrecy conundrum—secrecy vs. disclosure—with a new twist. IoT creates an unusual (and perhaps groundbreaking) unity of interest between industry, the technology itself, and consumers
Source: „Diverse Internet of Things trials are creating a sea of noise that often obscures the business opportunities available, according to Gartner, Inc. Analysts are exploring the four fundamental usage models, enabling business and IT leaders to clearly see how to take advantage of this next wave in Internet evolution. “As the Internet of Things grows rapidly, it is linking millions of assets, including devices, people and places, to deliver and share information, enhancing business value and competitive advantage and creating new business opportunities,” said Hung LeHong, vice president and Gartner Fellow.“In this early and emergent phase of development, entrepreneurs are experimenting across such a diverse range of sectors
Source: "The IT market is booming, with spending on course to rise by 3.2 percent this year compared with 2013, reaching a total of $3.8tn worldwide, boosted in part by businesses' response to the Internet of Things.
The biggest growth will come in the enterprise software market, which analyst Gartner expects to leap by 6.9 percent. The firm predicts sales of $320bn for 2014, compared with $299bn in 2013.
Richard Gordon, managing vice president at Gartner, told V3 that software sales will receive a boost as firms transition to become digital businesses.
Source: „Ahead of the official start of Microsoft’s Build developer conference later today, details of its new Windows on Devices effort has leaked out. According to the Windows on Devices website (which has since been taken offline), Microsoft is ”bringing Windows to a whole new class of small devices,” including robots, coffee mugs, and pianos (which, I have to say, aren’t usually considered “small”). Windows on Devices interlinks with Intel’s recent push into the internet of things, with the x86 Quark SoC and Galileo/MinnowBoard single-board computers (SBC).
Source: „Internet of Things. If you've been listening, it's sounding more like Internet of Everything. And it's such a huge subject that it's tough to separate marketing fluff from expert opinion. So, we decided to compile a list of the most influential voices who are talking about it on Twitter. Why this list? Well, it's based on Twitter data culled according to content, follower/following ratios, frequency of tweets, blog popularity, the opinions of other big data experts and our own subjective judgment. One note: Some influential voices are not included, either because they don't have active Twitter accounts, or they only tweet about IoT sporadically.
So where were you when we went from cold to nice with fire? And where were you when we started rolling wheels around the plains that incidentally moved us alongside with it? When we went mobile? And were you around when the printing press was invented and we could start - albeit slowed down by some afraid of losing power - distributing learning tools at rapid rate? Do you remember what you got for Christmas in 1993? Well, the world received a beautiful present called Mosaic, the first browser. OK. It is tough to remember all that, but you can give yourself a break. Because you are living in historic times and a defining transformative moment that Mark Weiser described as let’s activate the world.
Source: „A 30-fold increase in the number of internet-connected products in little more than five years will “significantly alter” how supply chains operate, according to analysts.
Gartner predicts the “internet of things” (IoT) will hit 26 billion devices by 2020, up from 900 million five years ago, and this will increase the amount of information available to supply chain professionals, as well as exposure to cyber risks.
Michael Burkett, managing vice president at Gartner, said: "It's important to put IoT maturity into perspective, because of the fast pace at which it is emerging, so supply chain strategists need to be looking at its potential now.