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.
Internet of Things Platforms Platform/amee-platform Our Vision: "Environmental Intelligence, Everywhere. We believe that information about our environmental impact can and should be available everywhere, to help us better measure and manage resources. “It’s going great. The product is cool and so far things are going well.” I was happy to hear that a good friend of mine was happy with his new job. After a bit more chatting, we started discussing the talk I was preparing for RubyConf.
2013 will be the year of 'the Internet of things' as more than 5B wireless chips ship 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. 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
iBuilding Cloud Managing energy in the commercial sector often involves an extensive portfolio of sites across a wide geographical area. eSight allows users to access energy data in a central system, perform complex analysis and produce automated reports for distribution. Users may also access the simplified eSight Express interface to access energy data for specific sites without the need for training. When combined with a fast and reliable hosted infrastructure, eSight Energy becomes a very flexible platform that is simply accessed via a web browser on any internet connected PC, Laptop or other device. This is what the iBuilding Cloud from One Sightsolutions LTD makes possible... Fast and flexible access to the industries leading energy suite. Our eSight Energy cloud installations are backed by high performance Dell blade servers, a dedicated storage area network running over 10Gbit/s fibre and redundant gigabit connections to the internet.
ETSI M2M Introduction What do applications such as Personal Health Monitoring, intelligent tracking and tracing in the supply chain, smart utility metering, remote control of vending machines, industrial wireless automation and ambient assisted living all have in common? They are all made possible thanks to Machine to Machine Communications. 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.
Enter the Ninja: A startup attempts world domination on “Internet of Things” from Australia By Hamish McKenzie On May 24, 2013 You might have heard of Ninja Blocks . The Sydney-based startup first came to the world’s attention last year with one of the most successful pre- Pebble hardware campaigns on Kickstarter . 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
NanoService - Sensinode Ltd Sensinode’s NanoService™ solution provides end-to-end web services optimized for the unique constraints of M2M deployments. Features of NanoServices include: high efficiency, resource discovery and management, eventing, semantic naming, semantic search and end-to-end security. The NanoService Platform (NSP) is a flexible and highly-scalable product designed to enable the deployment of challenging M2M applications on private server, private cloud or public cloud environments. It provides a directory and semantic lookup of all M2M nodes and resources in the system, provides transparent proxy services between the large-resource traditional Internet and constrained-resource protocols, and supports an eventing model that is critical to the effectiveness of Embedded Web applications. Complete graphical Reference Applications and Java SDKs with source code, along with device libraries, decreases time to market for both M2M device and Web Apps.