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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.

06/08/2011 - 10:26
Three tracks in OWF: One of the first and most innovative RFID projects was I3 (FET EU) LIME, which had rfid tokens to bridge information in pubs, bus stations and community spaces.  Web 2.0 is very much become mundane for all generations, and citizens keep building informal layers (networks) between formal institutions and everyday practices...
05/08/2011 - 16:39
"This paper outlines the four main categories of services of the Internet of Things and attempts to provide some examples of each in order to give the developer of an IoT application a starting point for his application. Many people are using Web Services and access gateways in order to interface with the terminals, while others are moving towards...
02/08/2011 - 10:19
Schumpeter (Economist): The internet of things: Practical magic: "Russell Davies, head of planning at Ogilvy & Mather, has a fascinating piece on the internet of things. Combine cheap electronics, cheap products, courtesy of the Chinese, and cheap intelligence together with people's propensity to tinker and invent, and you could soon see the...
01/08/2011 - 10:36
Barcelona-based IAAC school is hosting a summer school (in Barcelona and Mumbay). The theme of this year’s course "is creating an urban tool of a networked city based on a new informational layer. The data among different blocks is send over CAN, among two different custom-made CAN shields: There are 2 different boards: the Hub (Master) that will...
01/08/2011 - 10:23
Bernard Golden, The Internet of Things Comes to Pass: "Guess what? We're actually going to be entering the post-human-centered device world. There will be devices that humans interact with that are like general-purpose computers, of course. PCs. Smart phones. Tablets. In fact, we'll be surrounded by far, far greater numbers of special purpose...
01/08/2011 - 10:20
Paul Gilster, Future, things entwine: "The explosive growth of smartphones is a reminder that devices of all kinds - not just phones and PCs - are becoming fully empowered by the Internet. We are entering a time mediated by what some are calling the "Internet of Things." The coming 10 years will witness the connection of countless everyday objects...
29/07/2011 - 20:23
Council hosts a City, Design & Play Lab:  City furniture and infrastructure: How connected can we make the lampposts, traffic lights, traffic signs, waste bins, roads, sewage systems and what kind of services can we build on top of this? How inclusive can these be? Can plants, animals and resources be seen as equals?Infrastructure of...
29/07/2011 - 19:48
(MARKETWIRE via COMTEX): "NXP Semiconductors today announced that it has extended its lead in the global Identification market, after eight quarters of consecutive growth in total sales across all market segments using Identification technologies. With its focus on developing end-to-end solutions for security, convenience and connectivity, as well...
29/07/2011 - 10:40
Archis/Volume and VURB present the Internet of Things Workshop II: Builders at Play, September 2-4, Waag Society, Amsterdam. Calling on architects, coders, urban geographers, sociologists, and urban explorers interested in bettering the city through digital means. Following the May 7th Internet of Things Workshop at the Staalvilla...
28/07/2011 - 08:34
ThingM July Newsletter: "UX Week is the premier user experience design conference. Design professionals from all over the world gather for four days of community, inspiration and skills building. Now in its ninth year, UX Week delivers new tools you can put to use immediately, not to mention a bunch of new friends and colleagues. This August Mike...
26/07/2011 - 21:30
 An extensive and forward thinking report by national innovation agency, the Technology Strategy Board (TSB), has put forward a persuasive argument for the development of a “future internet” which has the potential to transform the fabric of the UK’s business and society. The Future Internet Report identifies between £50 billion and £100...
24/07/2011 - 12:13
Ben van Lier: "The new, reciprocal relations that arise between subjects and objects, and between the physical and digital world, demand new and different approaches to the connections between the different phenomena. Postphenomenology offers an ontological basis for further research into and the development of these new connections between man,...
21/07/2011 - 14:43
LogMeIn, "which lets you remotely control computers and mobiles, has acquired Pachube, a UK startup which is building software for sensor-enabled devices or the legendary “Internet of Things”. The $15 million purchase is all cash. We understand the team is staying on.Pachube networks appliances, environmental sensors, cars and personal health...
20/07/2011 - 05:34
School of Constructed Environments and Council are pre announcing an Internet of Things Symposium in New York in the Spring of 2012. A number of recent publications in the US seem to point to the broader acceptance of the term Internet of Things in the US, seeing Cloud computing more as an enabler for IoT. Curating the Symposium are  William...
15/07/2011 - 16:20
The Internet of Things" continues to expand its reach with many platforms becoming more mature and products and services making it into the wild.  Postcapes has compiled a list of 100 people influencing the topic on a daily basis whether through their evangelizing, standardizing or through their own companies.'  Council is listed number...