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The only place to get your Bluetooth Beacons for iOS7 iBeacon. The customizable smart ticker that shows what’s important to you in real-time. Pedro Maló: And, just like that,with a set of kits, Apple solves the two main problems of the Internet-of-Things. Meet the “Kits” - Apple HomeKit and Apple CloudKit (and also Apple Health and HealthKit): And, just like that, in a move of magic, with a set of kits, Apple solves the two main problems of the Internet-of-Things hindering adoption and massification: Interoperability and Cloud integration!

Pedro Maló: And, just like that,with a set of kits, Apple solves the two main problems of the Internet-of-Things

Meet the “Kits”: Apple HomeKit and Apple CloudKit (and also Apple Health and HealthKit). Apple recognises the existence of many home automation devices in the market but each have their own apps, network protocols and security mechanisms. And Apple thought it could "bring some rationality to this space”, meaning solve the interoperability problem. HomeKit is presented as having a "common network protocol” (HomeKit Accessory protocol, with secure pairing and ability to control individual or grouped devices (using scenes).

This does not come as a surprise as Apple has been already pushing the use of BLE, linked to IoT indeed. Recall that Google's Android @ Home was announced over three years ago. Regards, Crowsnest - Internet of Things API that enables rapid development of device-driven applications. Imagination Technologies - Developing and Licensing IP cores for Graphics, Video, Communications and Processing. Meg Carter: This search engine for the Internet of Things promises to make data more meaningful to people. Source: "Umbrellium's Usman Haque talks about Thingful, a search engine for the Internet of things that makes sense of devices and data and the conversations around them.

Meg Carter: This search engine for the Internet of Things promises to make data more meaningful to people

Indexing the Internet of Things (IoT)--the global network of items connected to the Internet which industry estimates suggest will reach a staggering 15 billion devices by 2015 and 50 billion by 2020--is the epic task one London-based company has set itself. The result, a search tool called Thingful, beta-launches in June. Thingful is a search engine to show where data-emitting devices are located, what types of data they emit, and the online conversations that arise around them. It indexes different public IoT networks (anything from iceberg monitors to shark trackers, shipping information to local weather stations) with results then displayed on an interactive map into which users can input search terms. "

Wi-Fi for Everything. Welcome to EVRYTHNG's Developers Portal - EVRYTHNG Developer Portal. Cityzen Data. Alpha Mobile—Computational Knowledge Engine. Internet-of-Things pioneer shows off cute (and creepy) monitoring gadget: Mother. How can big data and smart analytics tools ignite growth for your company?

Internet-of-Things pioneer shows off cute (and creepy) monitoring gadget: Mother

Find out at DataBeat, May 19-20 in San Francisco, from top data scientists, analysts, investors, and entrepreneurs. Register now and save $200! LAS VEGAS — A decade before people were talking about the “Internet of Things,” there was Nabaztag, a Wi-Fi connected, rabbit-shaped device that could read your email, news, and other digital information aloud. Though it wasn’t a huge success, Nabaztag gave us a glimpse of what was possible when you connected things in the real world the Internet. Now its creator, French serial entrepreneur Rafi Haladjian, is gearing up to launch a gadget that expands on the ideas Nabaztag first introduced. Above: The internet-connected rabbit, Nabaztag Mother sports a cute face, just like Nabaztag, and gives you some basic feedback on the sensors it’s tracking based on how its face is lit up (red lights mean something is likely up).

WeIO Web of Things platform. Flutter Wireless - Arduino with 1km+ range via Kickstarter. SmartThings: Automate your home and your life. Proximity-based Peer-to-Peer Mobile Application Development Framework - AllJoyn. Internet on Things. Why FlyportPRO SoM?

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A system-on-module is the best solution for those customers looking for flexibility and for development time and risk reduction. FlyportPRO is already installed in tens of thousands of professional devices around the world and you can rely on our professional support during development. How to create your next IoT/M2M product? Easy, just designing a simple carrier board for it you get three different products. The carrier board is normally very easy to design since you don’t need an host processor there: FlyportPRO acts as core processor and connectivity, all in one. Embedded development made easy We provide you a powerful IDE, for free. Connectivity features Web server, HTTP server (only on Wi-Fi/GPRS versions) HTTP Client FTP Client SMTP, SNTP FOTA firmware upgrade over the air (only on Wi-Fi/GPRS versions) SSL/TLS security FlyportPRO pinout 60 pins are available for your application.

THIS IS ANT - the Wireless Sensor Network Solution. The Ninja Platform. Xively – Public Cloud for the Internet of Things. ThingWorx - M2M Application Platform. Libelium - Connecting Sensors to the Cloud. Bitponics. Clickslide. With Abacus OS developers can create mobile applications between cloud services and local devices.

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API integration is done with a set of simple forms and without the need to write code. Abacus OS II will allow anyone to connect any home appliance or electronic device to their phone via an app. Clickslide has invented this operating system for the instant connection of APIs to a Digital Interface. An ARM GNU/Linux box for $25. Take a byte! Arduino - HomePage. TinyCircuits - A Maker of Tiny Open Source Circuits.

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