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Internet of Things Application Platform - ioBridge

Internet of Things Application Platform - ioBridge

2013 will be the year of 'the Internet of things' as more than 5B wireless chips ship | VentureBeat | Gadgets | by John Koetsier How can big data and smart analytics tools ignite growth for your company? Find out at DataBeat, May 19-20 in San Francisco, from top data scientists, analysts, investors, and entrepreneurs. Register now and save $200! Over five billion wireless connectivity chips will ship in 2013, according to ABI Research, as our appetite for everything mobile continues to grow. Most of those five billion chips won’t be in phones, as tablets, sensors, cameras, lightbulbs, refrigerators, and more increasingly get connected to the Internet. I talked to Peter Cooney, a wireless analyst with ABI, just before the the research company’s London offices closed for the Christmas long weekend. “While the base market is primarily things that we know like smartphones and tablets, the growth is for the internet of things … those devices are growing very quickly,” Cooney said. Of course, a lot of chips are being made for and shipped in more standard devices, Cooney added: smartphones, tablets, laptops, and netbooks.

Wovyn | Weaving the Internet of Things ... TUIO Tracking your carbon footprint 25 February 2008 An innovation called Carbon Hero may help reduce global warming by making people more aware of their carbon footprint. Regional prize winner in the 2007 European Satellite Navigation Competition, sponsored by ESA’s Technology Transfer Programme, the device uses satellite navigation technology to track journeys. Concerned about global warming, many people are now looking for ways to reduce their generation of carbon dioxide (CO2). CarbonDiem, a key ring sensor displays the carbon footprint on a mobile phone “With Carbon Hero calculating your carbon footprint is easy,” explains Andreas Zachariah, a graduate student from the Royal College of Art in London and inventor of Carbon Hero. It was back in 2006, that Andreas Zachariah came up with the idea of a small and practical device to track personal CO2 emissions during travel. Andreas Zachariah demonstrates CarbonDiem to Prince Philip "We have now tested our application using GPS and it has proved to be very efficient.

OASIS Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT Providing a lightweight publish/subscribe reliable messaging transport protocol suitable for communication in M2M/IoT contexts where a small code footprint is required and/or network bandwidth is at a premium. Richard Coppen,, ChairRaphael Cohn,, ChairGeoff Brown,, Secretary Table of Contents TC Update MQTT 3.1.1 becomes an OASIS Standard Read the OASIS announcement here. Announcements Track MQTT-related news with interoperate, a weekly curated newsletter covering IoT and M2M standards. The Eclipse Foundation Paho Project hosted an MQTT Interop Testing Day on 17 March 2014 in Burlingame, CA. Participation in the OASIS MQTT TC is open to all interested parties. Overview For more information on the MQTT TC, see the TC Charter. Subcommittees MQTT Security Subcommittee TC Liaisons No TC Liaisons have been announced for this TC. TC Tools and Approved Publications Technical Work Produced by the Committee MQTT Version 3.1.1 (Standards Track)

What exactly is the Internet of Things? Infographic Over the last several years, stories of the technologies making up an Internet of Things have started to slip into public consciousness. As this is occurring, we believe the whole story of Smart Systems and the Internet of Things is not being told. Many dispatches coming in from the “front lines” of technology innovation but mostly fragments of a much larger narrative. Postscapes collaborated with Harbor Research on an infographic to tell a more complete story about the Internet of Things. From our perspective, this story is not just about people communicating with people or machines communicating with machines.

Hackers print tiny Linux box to net up your home High performance access to file storage The Raspberry Pi is a tiny computer designed to get you writing programs. Here's a tiny computer designed to get things done in your home and out of it without writing a single line of code. Called the Ninja Block, it's an open source hardware gadget running Linux that's designed to accept feeds from external sensors - it has some on board too, including a thermometer and an accelerometer - and route the data to the web. Prototype Ninja Block (right) with a motion sensor You use the web-hosted control system, called Ninja Cloud, to set up simple rules to trigger web services and devices connected to a Ninja Block, based on the incoming signals. Inputs can come from the web too - Xbox Live sign ins, files arriving in your Dropbox, incoming Tweets, Facebook mentions - and even from Apple's Siri voice control tech. Each Ninja Block has an Ethernet port for connectivity and a simple LED for feedback. The Beagle Bone board

Qt Developer Network - Aurora Technology We created to be an instant communications link between devices and applications. Our platform is leading the architecture for the Internet of Things by leveraging real-time web services and cloud technologies. is designed from the ground up and solving a lot of issues with building wireless sensor networks, M2M, and remote control and monitoring applications. enables the suite of technologies that ioBridge licenses to companies looks to build next generation products and services. We are completely flexible with how you interface with and the ioBridge Cloud. » Your Device + ioBridge Module. » Your Device + ioBridge Firmware. » Your Device(s) + ioBridge Gateway. » Ease of installation and operation. » Low cost. » Easy to create new applications. ioBridge provides a free web-interface and user configurable dashboard. At ioBridge, we’re keenly aware of the novelty and utility involved in connecting real world devices to the Web.

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