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06/07/2011 - 09:27
A Workshop at CHITALY Date: 13 September 2011 - Alghero Organisers: Cristiano Storni, Liam Bannon, Luigina Ciolfi (University of Limerick, Ireland), Francesca Bria (Imperial College London, UK) For more information please visit: http://chitaly-empowerment-workshop.blogspot.com/ Background This workshop will explore the emerging paradigm...
01/07/2011 - 18:07
Chris Barylick writes: "According to AppleInsider, Apple has shown interest in improving device discoverability and local networking using existing technology like RFID, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, or even a new proprietary wireless method. The details come from Apple’s latest patent application, entitled “Local Device Awareness,” which describe a...
01/07/2011 - 17:54
Marius Ghercioiu: "A weather station is a measurement device containing a large variety of sensors placed outside a building to measure environmental parameters like temperature, atmospheric pressure, air humidity, light, wind, etc. A novel approach to the weather station application is to consider an environment where buildings have their own...
01/07/2011 - 17:51
Marius Ghercioiu: "A weather station is a measurement device containing a large variety of sensors placed outside a building to measure environmental parameters like temperature, atmospheric pressure, air humidity, light, wind, etc. A novel approach to the weather station application is to consider an environment where buildings have their own...
01/07/2011 - 17:50
Marius Ghercioiu: "A weather station is a measurement device containing a large variety of sensors placed outside a building to measure environmental parameters like temperature, atmospheric pressure, air humidity, light, wind, etc. A novel approach to the weather station application is to consider an environment where buildings have their own...
01/07/2011 - 17:48
Marius Ghercioiu: "A weather station is a measurement device containing a large variety of sensors placed outside a building to measure environmental parameters like temperature, atmospheric pressure, air humidity, light, wind, etc. A novel approach to the weather station application is to consider an environment where buildings have their own...
01/07/2011 - 17:45
Marius Ghercioiu: "A weather station is a measurement device containing a large variety of sensors placed outside a building to measure environmental parameters like temperature, atmospheric pressure, air humidity, light, wind, etc. A novel approach to the weather station application is to consider an environment where buildings have their own...
01/07/2011 - 17:42
Marius Ghercioiu: "A weather station is a measurement device containing a large variety of sensors placed outside a building to measure environmental parameters like temperature, atmospheric pressure, air humidity, light, wind, etc. A novel approach to the weather station application is to consider an environment where buildings have their own...
01/07/2011 - 17:21
Remo Giovanni Abbondandolo has just finished his work on this topic : This research aims to analyse entrepreneurial opportunities available for users in the emerging phenomenon of Open Source Hardware (OSH). In this context the role played by Arduino, the first and most successful OSH microcontroller board, will be discussed. One of the...
30/06/2011 - 22:47
In his talk at the IoT Conference organized by Shanghai International Exhibition in China - where Council acted as a Knowledge Partner - Florian Michahelles proposed to go beyond IoT in supply-chains and seeking for opportunities of accessing tacit knowledge of people and individuals. He gave examples of my2cents and appaware as opportunities of...
30/06/2011 - 10:09
What was your inspiration? : "Since the year 2007 we were thinking and playing with the possibilities and the consequences of creating social gadgets, whatever that could mean: social networks of devices, objects participating as first class citizens in human networking, ...(I had a paper about that at IOT 2008). We also had the vision of the...
26/06/2011 - 10:39
Mike James: "Can people be used as a "sensor net" to detect when important events happen? When it comes to sporting events it seems that all you have to do is look to the Twitter frequency. The big thing for the near future is the Internet of Things but a group of researchers at Rice University (Houston) think that we are being a bit narrow in the...
26/06/2011 - 10:28
Martin Bryant in the Next Web: "It’s emerged out of nowhere to become one of the coolest sites on the Web in a matter of weeks, but what’s the story behind Turntable.fm, what’s so great about it and where is it going? A service amassing a reported 140,000 users in its first month is nothing to be sniffed at at any time. A service that hasn’t...
24/06/2011 - 22:41
Alessandro Bassi interviewed by Stig Andersen: "Much technological development goes hand-in-hand with larger trends in society and is fuelled by other driving forces than the wet dreams of the geek world; and being a techie does not mean that you do not care about what lies around and beyond technology. The response of Alessandro Bassi, Alessandro...
15/06/2011 - 11:56
With over 100 sold Forum Europe Brussels is going steady into another succesfull edition, the third on Internet of Things. There are about 30 seats left. It offers a wide variety of topics and tries to bring as many stakeholders as possible to the table in discussing the broad trend towards intelligent, smart and hybrid environments:address the...