LagartoMAX - panstamp - Documentation wiki and source code Lagarto-MAX is a lagarto process which receives, resends and processes events transmitted from any lagarto server running on the same IP network. Lagarto-MAX is a key piece into the lagarto architecture since it's able to integrate real values belonging to different networks and present them to the user in a homogeneous way. Moreover, being user-programmable, Lagarto-MAX can take decisions based on time or network events. Lagarto-MAX, due to its nature, is one of those components that will be continuously growing in functionalities.
M2M Solutions Our Vision and Approach to M2M With Smart Grid and its underlining technologies evolving, the “Smart Community” or “Smart World”, as broader and more advanced views of Smart Grid are taking shape. NTT DATA forecasts that intelligent social infrastructure, primarily supported by machine-to-machine (M2M) autonomous communication, will allow governments and businesses to provide highly advanced, comfortable and seamless services on a real-time basis. To that end, we have developed a wide variety of end-to-end technologies and solutions to support a smarter world, including applications, business intelligence, cloud computing platforms and hardware devices, including sensors. Our approach to M2M is three-fold: specifically Connect, Create, and Contribute. Connect
Foundational IoT Messaging Protocol, MQTT, Becomes International OASIS Standard BlackBerry, Cisco, IBM, Kaazing, LogMeIn, M2Mi, MachineShop, PTC, Red Hat, Software AG, TIBCO, and Others Ratify Enhanced Version of Widely Adopted IoT Standard 13 November 2014 –The first version of the Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) to be advanced within the OASIS open standards process has now been ratified as an international standard. MQTT 3.1.1 defines an extremely lightweight publish/subscribe messaging transport protocol. Because it requires significantly less bandwidth and is so easy to implement, MQTT is already broadly used in Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications where resources such as battery power and bandwidth are at a premium. OASIS’ standardization of MQTT makes the specification more explicit and ubiquitous, enabling almost any networked device, operating system, or programming language to communicate seamlessly and consistently.
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Danlaw « Telematics For more than three decades, Danlaw has been, and continues to be committed to the development and testing of automotive and consumer networked electronics. Our automotive customers and partners include industry leading OEMs and Tier-1 suppliers. Building upon our three decades of automotive and consumer electronics development experience, and leveraging the combined resources of our 300+ employees, Danlaw launched its fleet and insurance vertical initiative over six years ago. This effort was aimed at providing a telematics solution that directly connects a vehicle’s critical information (i.e. - vehicle speed, engine RPM, fuel level, etc.) along with its position information (GPS data), and acceleration measurements to a end user applications.
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. The arrival of the “Internet of Things” (IoT) represents a transformative shift for the economy, similar to the introduction of the PC itself.
Introduction to M2M at Eclipse - welcome Koneki Originally appearing in JAX Magazine, Benjamin Cabé introduces Koneki - the new Eclipse venture into M2M technology included in the Juno Release Train. Note this article was written based upon the Koneki 0.8.0 release and before the Mihini project started One of the biggest challenges companies are faced with when building M2M solutions is that they have to deal with a lot of engineering problems, from embedded development to web development – including industrial protocols like manipulation – and there are many different tools to address these different tasks. Koneki aims to provide a set of tools that put them all in a single place.
HomeVision Home Automation Controller Imagine controlling your entire home with a hand-held remote while watching TV. View a complete system interface on your TV screen. Or from a web browser anywhere in your home (or in the world). Change the temperature of the AC system. Qualcomm Life The 2net™ Platform* from Qualcomm Life is truly novel, offering a set of wireless health solutions that can elegantly and reliably capture and deliver medical device data to integrated portals or databases from nearly any customers’ or technology partners’ wireless medical device for storage in a system designed for security and interoperability. It’s a whole new way of connecting devices and liberating biometric data so that it becomes ubiquitous across the continuum of care. The 2net Platform is a cloud-based system designed to be universally-interoperable with different medical devices and applications, enabling end-to-end wireless connectivity while allowing medical device users and their physicians or caregivers to easily access biometric data. With two-way connection capabilities and a broad spectrum of connectivity options, the 2net Platform will change the way you do business.
Contradictions of Big Data We’ve been told that Big Data is the greatest thing since sliced bread, and that its major characteristics are massive volumes (so great are they that mainstream relational products and technologies such as Oracle, DB2 and Teradata just can’t hack it), high variety (not only structured data, but also the whole range of digital data), and high velocity (the speed at which data is generated and transmitted). Also, from time to time, much to the chagrin of some Big Data disciples, a whole slew of new identifying Vs are produced, touted and then dismissed (check out my LinkedIn Pulse article on Big Data and the Vs). So, beware. Things in Big Data may not be as they may seem. It’s not about big m2mblog » Open Source or Standards for M2M Services? The comments received on my last blog – New Standards for M2M Services – have raised some interesting points. I would like to respond to these by introducing what may be an alternative approach to standards-setting for the M2M Services Layer. The goal of standards for M2M is to maximise interoperability. There is no doubt that standards are required for device interfaces to ensure that different M2M solutions can understand the data being delivered by the remote devices. Standardization at that level means that devices can be made in the millions and be linked to a wide range of applications and services.