Posts Tagged ‘IOT’

A Simple Way to Test Internet-Enabled Things | MIT Technology Review

Twitter Tests a Toolkit That Puts the Internet in Things Platforms that combine networking with user interfaces will help companies test post-PC ideas. By John Pavlus on May 3, 2013 Why It Matters Connected devices, like the Nest thermostat, have the potential to upset entire product categories. Tweet-o-clock: This clock responds to tweets, as well […]


Plattform Industrie 4.0

Das Internet der Dinge und Dienste wird in der digitalen Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft zum zentralen Innovationstreiber für alle wichtigen gesellschaftlichen Herausforderungen. Im verarbeitenden Gewerbe läutet es einen Epochenumbruch ein. via Pressekonferenz der Plattform Industrie 4.0 | Plattform Industrie 4.0.

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Innovation Excellence | Unleash Creativity – Combine Social Innovation with Intelligent Things

There are many examples where Intelligent Things embrace open innovation paths and collaborative design approach. One might actually ask: does an Intelligent Thing have Social Innovation in its DNA, and what are the reasons for this relationship? How can we make Intelligent Things become clever by operating socially? Innovation Excellence | Unleash Creativity – Combine Social […]

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Top 50 Internet of Things Applications

Smart ParkingMonitoring of parking spaces availability in the city. Structural healthMonitoring of vibrations and material conditions in buildings, bridges and historical monuments. Noise Urban MapsSound monitoring in bar areas and centric zones in real time. Traffic CongestionMonitoring of vehicles and pedestrian levels to optimize driving and walking routes. Smart LightningIntelligent and weather adaptive lighting in […]

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iCareNet: healthcare, wellness and assisted living applications

Context awareness has the potential to revolutionise the way people interact with information technology. Whereas conventional computers merely interpret explicit user input, context-aware systems analyse and automatically respond upon users’ behaviour and situation he/she is in. This enables electronic systems to assist users in situations in which the use of conventional computers and mobile devices […]

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The Internet Gets Physical

THE Internet likes you, really likes you. It offers you so much, just a mouse click or finger tap away. Go Christmas shopping, find restaurants, locate partying friends, tell the world what you’re up to. Some of the finest minds in computer science, working at start-ups and big companies, are obsessed with tracking your online […]

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Pachube opens the Internet of things

Sensor data integration platform’s new service allows its customers’ customers to access information collected about them IN sensor networks of old, the data produced by, for example, heat or humidity sensors would remain in closed networks, accessible only by the organisation that runs the network. The basic principle of the ‘Internet of things’ is that […]

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Toy Robots and Programmed Light Bulbs – Google Embraces the Internet of Things

Google is making a significant investment in the Internet of Things, with everything ranging from toy robots to programmable light bulbs. The news came at Google I/O today. Among other things, Google introduced Android@Home, which will turn Android devices into home controllers – to do everything from dimming the lights to managing an irrigation system. Of […]

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One Day Conference: The Internet of Things

What are the consequences and questions for our home-environment in relation to the Internet of Things? This one day conference will bring together a variety of researchers throughout the diverse disciplines. We will present and discuss the current status of the Internet of Things for the effort to articulate elements that will contribute to the […]

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Current challenges for the Internet of Things « Teaser

The Internet of Things promises severe changes, yet in a age of permanent revolution the word ‘revolution’ itself becomes decadent, outmoded. Still it is the best word to describe disruptive innovation. It holds a promise of new and something different, alerts proven practices to the fact they too are historical, and in its most successful […]

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