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Council brings you news on Internet of Things. It aims to offer the latest on technical building blocks but also tries to put this digital transition into a social and circular economy context.

24/11/2013 - 11:31
Bremen between the 2nd and 4th of July 2014. The conference is co-organized by the LogDynamics and provides a forum for academia and industry to present their latest research findings, innovations and practices in the field of system-integrated intelligence. It focuses on the integration of advanced functional capabilities into materials, systems...
24/11/2013 - 11:02
Source: "Almost 15 years ago, a friend of mine at McKinsey spent a few nights writing a document called “The Battle for the Home”. The thesis at the time was that with broadband, the home PC was gradually going to challenge the TV as the core home digital system. Over the following few years, that battle gradually grew more...
24/11/2013 - 09:37
Source: "The Federal Trade Commission recently hosted a public workshop examining the emerging role of connected technology – think smart refrigerators and fitness wristbands – with its ramifications for user privacy and data security. The workshop comes on the heels of the FTC’s 20-year consent order handed down to...
23/11/2013 - 14:24
Source: "They’re nightmare scenarios. You’re driving your gadget-packed car and suddenly the self-driving system malfunctions and takes you off the road. Or your pacemaker fails due to an errant signal from the modem that connects it to your doctor’s office. The “internet of things” concept means more and more...
23/11/2013 - 14:20
Telefónica R&D and LABoral are proud to organize NEXT THINGS 2014 – PERSONAL, the third global art & technology challenge. The goal of the challenge is to bring together art and technology, artists with technologies, and to unleash the huge potential of mixing the creativity and perspective of artists with the nowadays...
21/11/2013 - 22:32
A new report from BI Intelligence, examines the forces and numbers driving growth in the consumer Internet of Things or IoT, including the mind-boggling numbers for total market size. The report also looks at the enterprise market for the Internet of Things. Here are some of top findings: ·       ...
21/11/2013 - 21:17
In the scope of the FP7 VITAL project, we are currently working on elicitiation and analysis of stakeholder's requirements regarding IoT-empowered services in Smart Cities. It would greatly help us if you could spend five minutes (5') of your precious time to give us your feedback by filling a questionnaire. In particular: - In case you...
21/11/2013 - 16:40
Sanford Klausner: "CoreTalk has developed architecture for for the Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure. The current Internet has significant deficiencies that need to be addressed before it can overcome the interoperability challenge of interconnecting 100 billion devices. It is extremely difficult to address these issues using...
21/11/2013 - 11:14
Source: “Much has been written about the concept of the Internet of Things lately. And as with most other nascent technologies, there is a fair amount of hyperbole being spouted by self-styled industry experts and vendors alike, who all seem to vaguely sense that this could be the Next Big Thing and that there might be large sums of money to...
21/11/2013 - 10:40
Source: "Ten years ago, the word "smartphone" didn't exist. By necessity, neither did the word "dumbphone." In a decade, we might talk about all of our appliances in similar ways. From ovens to garage doors to insulin pumps to vehicles, many of our devices are going to be connected to the Internet in the same sense...
21/11/2013 - 10:15
Source: “The San Diego-based company, in news pegged to an analyst meeting in New York Wednesday, is introducing an unusual chip line that combines communications functions–including Wi-Fi, and the ability to send data down power lines–with a substantial amount of computing capability. Amir Faintuch, president of the unit known...
20/11/2013 - 22:45
The AR Lab is very pleased and proud to announce  the Lab’s fourth issue of AR[t]. Augmented Reality, art and technology. AR[t] is an inspiring magazine series for the emerging AR community in and outside The Netherlands. The magazine is run by a small and dedicated team of researchers, artists and lecturers of the AR Lab , based...
20/11/2013 - 09:50
Source: "Bob Dible is an engineer that now works on his family farm in Kansas. He describes the technological strides made in agriculture. “We generate GPS (global positioning system) yield maps using data from the combine as it harvests. That helps us determine what nutrients are needed the next season at various parts of our 4-square-...
20/11/2013 - 09:43
Source: "We all live in a world dominated by networked devices — not just smartphones, but also smart coffee pots, thermostats, vacuum cleaners, running shoes, wrist bands, even smart Coke machines. That new world — the Internet of Things, as it’s been coined, or machine-to-machine (M2M) technology — will soon be...
20/11/2013 - 09:40
Source: "Hear that? It’s the sound of all our smart devices, chattering away to each other just below the threshold of consciousness. As I walk between my desk and the snack machine (for the second time this morning), the Jawbone Up on my wrist is quietly counting my footsteps, the better to chide me later for not getting enough...