Aujourd'hui marché de niche (moins de 1% des dépenses en équipements électroniques des ménages) l'usage des objets connectés sera amené à se développer à moyen terme. La valeur ajoutée n'est-elle pas également liée (principalement) aux services rendus par ces équipements qui nécessitent des expertises en analyses de données multiples (Big Data) et la création de plateformes capables de centraliser et d'analyser des données de sources connectées diverses ? Les fabricants ne seraient-ils pas tentés de développer leurs standards propres limitant ainsi l'interopérabilité des équipements ?
Japanese watchmaker Yamasa Tokei had a cool idea: a small wearable device that uses the natural motions of your body to keep track of how many steps you take. Tokei called his device the Manpo-Kei, roughly translated as “10,000-step meter.” That was almost fifty years ago. The problem is that, since then, the pitch for fitness trackers has barely changed.
Scio: This device tells you the chemical makeup of your food, drinks, and pills VentureBeat It is one more example of creating a useful app by combining a miniaturized sensor with the computational power of a smartphone connected to a data center.
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The Internet of Things offers endless possibilities for organizations http://t.co/32cQ2Vw7r5 by @BigDataStartups #IoT
This article highlights interesting IoT applications that are in use today...from smart building, manufacturing, beverage packaging to street lighting. Although, the examples refer to brand new cities (Korea, UAE) one must consider that the sensor size, shape and power consumption improving constantly, it could soon be possible and affordable to incorporate those technologies in many more products/ solutions.
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