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Open Source for Internet of Things

Open Source for Internet of Things
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Contiki: The Open Source Operating System for the Internet of Things OpenSensors.io – Connecting Things Aspectos profesionales: Protección de Datos, Cloud Computing y Sistemas de Gestión.: La IoT (Internet de las cosas) y sus implicaciones éticas, legales y de seguridad. Resumen: El fenómeno conocido como la IoT (Internet de las Cosas) representa la interconectividad total entre personas y dispositivos. No dudamos que puede aportar grandes beneficios a la sociedad pero también, como ocurre con cualquier tendencia innovadora de la que no se dispone de la suficiente experiencia, entraña nuevos riesgos, especialmente relacionados con la privacidad, que deberán irse mitigando mediante la regulación, la transparencia y el autocontrol. Lo analizaremos desde un punto de vista funcional que permita entender las implicaciones sociales, éticas y legales, ya que consideramos que centrarse simplemente en los aspectos tecnológicos no aportaría valor a los objetivos del estudio. 1. 1. Mediante IoT nos referimos a la llamada “Internet of Things - Internet de las Cosas”. Si éste dominio está unido a Internet, los objetos adquieren la propiedad de la ubicuidad ya que es posible interactuar con ellos simultáneamente desde cualquier lugar del mundo. Rastreo. 2. 4.

MQTT Waspmote Mote Runner - 6LoWPAN Development Platform - IPv6 for the Internet of Things and Sensors › Introduction IBM and Libelium have joined efforts to offer a unique IPv6 development platform for sensor networks and the Internet of Things (IoT). By integrating the IBM Mote Runner SDK on top of Libelium Waspmote sensor platform we get a unique and powerful tool for developers and researchers interested in 6LoWPAN / IPv6 connectivity for the Internet of Things. David Gascón, Libelium CTO Thorsten Kramp, IBM Researcher › Hardware » General characteristics Consumption Input / Output 7 Analog Inputs, 8 Digital I/O, 2 UART, 1 I2C, 1 SPI, 1 USB, Specific Default Socket for “basic sensors” Temperature, Humidity, Light (LDR) Sensors embedded on board Electrical characteristics › Networking - 6LoWPAN / IPv6 6LoWPAN is an acronym of IPv6 over Low power Wireless Personal Area Network. » Node Types End Node : These nodes have sensors integrated and are used to gather the information and send to the GW. End Node Gateway (GW) » Network Topology » 6LoWPAN / IPv6 Radios › Sensors » Gases Applications Sensors

Developing Connected Apps for the Internet of Things (IoT) Just Got Easier With Appmethod SOURCE: Embarcadero Technologies Latest Release Features New Technologies for Creating Connected Apps for Devices, Gadgets or Wearables Using a Single C++ Codebase SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Sep 8, 2014) - With the latest release of Appmethod now available to active subscribers and new Appmethod developers, it has never been easier to rapidly build highly connected apps for the Internet of Things (IoT) using a single app development platform and shared C++ codebase. The Appmethod September 2014 Release provides a complete software development solution for building natively compiled C++ apps that connect mobile and desktop devices, sensors, gadgets, wearables, cloud services, and data. App developers can now create dynamic, highly responsive designs across any device or form factor using Appmethod's new FireUI Multi-Device Designer and user interface (UI) components. New Features for Building Connected Apps for the Internet of Things:

start [Wismote] Welcome to the WiSMote wiki. The WiSMote is our own vision of a sensor network platform, developed at the LCIS (Laboratoire de Conception et d'Intégration des Systèmes) in partnership with Arago Systems. The WiSMote is a Sensor Node designed for Wireless Sensor Networks applications over IEEE 802.15.4 radio, but also optionally Power Line Current and RS-485 communications. This wiki documents the WiSMote hardware and software specification and development process, including: A Strategist’s Guide to the Internet of Things Humanity has arrived at a critical threshold in the evolution of computing. By 2020, an estimated 50 billion devices around the globe will be connected to the Internet. Perhaps a third of them will be computers, smartphones, tablets, and TVs. The remaining two-thirds will be other kinds of “things”: sensors, actuators, and newly invented intelligent devices that monitor, control, analyze, and optimize our world. This seemingly sudden trend has been decades in the making, but is just now hitting a tipping point. “Enablers” that develop and implement the underlying technology “Engagers” that design, create, integrate, and deliver IoT services to customers “Enhancers” that devise their own value-added services, on top of the services provided by Engagers, that are unique to the Internet of Things How will your company build value in this new world? Evolution and Opportunity At present, the Internet of Things remains a wide-open playing field for enterprises.

WMSCI 2015 There are many good focused conferences in any one of the major themes of WMSCI Conferences. There are also very good conferences even in the more specific areas included in the major themes of WMSCI Conferences. There are also good general conferences, which have a wider scope and are more comprehensive. Each one of these kinds of conferences has its typical audience. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. This would allow specialists and focused researchers, to see the forest besides the tree of their discipline, and to be aware about the neighboring trees. WMSCI 2015 participants, with non-focused or multi-focused research or with a comprehensive intellectual, industrial or business interest, will be able to: 1. 2. 3. 4. Invited Sessions can be organized in a specific or a general theme. Organizational, Reviewing, and Selection of Best Papers Policies Virtual sessions Technical Keynote Speakers Reviewing Process Virtual Participation Submissions for Face-to-Face or for Virtual Participation are both accepted.

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