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M2M Evolution selects B&B Electronics' Bill Conley for oneM2M general session - Automation World

Automation World M2M Evolution selects B&B Electronics' Bill Conley for oneM2M general session Automation World He has designed SCADA and telemetry solutions for remote monitoring and control for 25 years, earning several awards including the "Best...
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Internet Trends 2013 - 2.4 billion internet users. Mobile internet, wearable devices and connected cars.

There are now 2.4 billion Internet users around the world, and the total continues to grow apace. Mobile usage is expanding rapidly, while the mobile advertising opportunity remains largely untapped.
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Mobile speeds would dramatically increase if consumers connected small, public base stations to their home broadband

Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm and some U.S. wireless carriers are investigating an idea that would see small cellular base stations installed in homes to serve passing smartphone users.
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GE Invests in Pivotal to Accelerate New Analytic Services and Solutions for the Industrial Internet | GE Reports

GE Invests in Pivotal to Accelerate New Analytic Services and Solutions for the Industrial Internet | GE Reports | Industrial Internet | Scoop.it
RT @dlestrat: RT @GE_Reports: GE Invests in Pivotal to Accelerate New Analytic Services and Solutions for the Industrial Internet http://t.co/A0lcvD7bTN
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Entertaining Integration | Home Automation Ideas

Entertaining Integration | Home Automation Ideas | Industrial Internet | Scoop.it
These homeowners envisioned an intelligent system in their dream home, with complete control over AV, security, heating, lighting, and outdoor music.
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GE Look Ahead | The Economist -

GE Look Ahead | The Economist - | Industrial Internet | Scoop.it
RT @captstevefulton: @TheEconomist "Future of Transportation" video clip with @GEAviation Industrial Internet to improve air transport http://t.co/4BEWuYZkBP
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Worldwide Map of Internet Connected SCADA Systems

Worldwide Map of Internet Connected SCADA Systems | Industrial Internet | Scoop.it
Every once in a while you run across some information that should not be accessible from the internet, and SCADA systems are by far no exception. Researchers from Free University Berlin are working...

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The internet of things gets industrial strength collaboration with GE, Electric Imp & Quirky | GigaOM Tech News

The internet of things gets industrial strength collaboration with GE, Electric Imp & Quirky | GigaOM Tech News | Industrial Internet | Scoop.it

 

Electric Imp, the startup trying to build hardware that makes it easy to turn any idea into a connected device, has signed a deal to provide its hardware and cloud services to companies participating in a GE-led hardware challenge. The industrial conglomerate said last week that it would team up with industrial product design site, Quirky, to enable people to build new connected devices.

 

For Electric Imp the partnership is a validation of its approach to the internet of things and a chance to help bring a proven model of innovation to the hardware hackers trying to build products for the internet of things. It’s also a showcase for the new hardware development model pioneered by Quirky and taken even further by crowdfunding sites such as Kickstarter and Indigogo.

 

Last Thursday, GE said it would open up its hardware patents for a Quirky-sponsored design competition. The goal of the competition it to bring a few connected devices from idea to physical product in time for the 2013 holiday season. From the blog post announcing the partnership:

 

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Blog | Industrial Internet | An online community, forum and magazine devoted to the Industrial Internet

Blog | Industrial Internet | An online community, forum and magazine devoted to the Industrial Internet | Industrial Internet | Scoop.it
Emerging industrial internet, @gpetroff, rise of machines, see http://t.co/BY2R4PJ0SU #hmgciosf
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Robotic insects make first controlled flight | Harvard Gazette

Robotic insects make first controlled flight | Harvard Gazette | Industrial Internet | Scoop.it
Thin hinges of plastic embedded within the carbon fiber body frame serve as joints, and a delicately balanced control system commands the rotational motions in the flapping-wing robot, with each wing controlled ...
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VMware Spin-out Startup Pivotal Gets $105M for the Industrial Internet Arms Race : Now an Instant Superpower | SiliconANGLE

VMware Spin-out Startup Pivotal Gets $105M for the Industrial Internet Arms Race : Now an Instant Superpower | SiliconANGLE | Industrial Internet | Scoop.it
VMware Spin-out Startup Pivotal Gets $105m For The Industrial Internet Arms Race – Now and Instant Superpower http://t.co/uZNO80VqWN
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Data spies hunt industrial secrets

Data spies hunt industrial secrets | Industrial Internet | Scoop.it
State-sponsored industrial espionage became a bigger cyber-threat to companies in 2012, reveals a report into data breaches. (Data spies hunt industrial secrets.
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The Internet Revolution is the New Industrial Revolution - Forbes

The Internet Revolution is the New Industrial Revolution - Forbes | Industrial Internet | Scoop.it
In the mid-90s, ARPANet was transformed from a military safety net to the civilian Internet that has become such an integral part of our lives, bringing with it change not only technological, but societal and epic in scope.
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Security for SCADA, and industrial automation control systems

Security for SCADA, and industrial automation control systems | Industrial Internet | Scoop.it
News: Securing SCADA Systems: Why Choose Compensating Controls? (EN) | http://t.co/BaEtcPpyVp http://t.co/TeYe7mNk7P #infosec
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GE's 'Industrial Internet' Bolsters Critical Infrastructure Security

GE's 'Industrial Internet' Bolsters Critical Infrastructure Security | Industrial Internet | Scoop.it
(Page 2): NEWS ANALYSIS: GE�s new Industrial Internet provides industrial-strength reliability and security to meet the communications needs of critical infrastructure in the U.S.
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Use Satellite Internet to Optimize SCADA and Smart Grids Operations | Skycasters

Use Satellite Internet to Optimize SCADA and Smart Grids Operations | Skycasters | Industrial Internet | Scoop.it

Today’s advanced monitoring technologies allow business, industry, and government to control remote site operations from a centralized location using broadband Internet. These systems require consistent download and upload speeds to provide the information needed to ensure proper functioning. But when the Internet connection is lost, service is interrupted, which can disrupt functions and compromise safety.

 

That is why more and more users are turning to satellite Internet to optimize SCADA and Smart Grid operations. Unlike land-based communications systems that are vulnerable to local infrastructure failures, satellite Internet is independent of landlines. Headquarters stays connected with their remote sites, despite weather, disaster, or line failure, guaranteeing a connection that terrestrial ISPs (Internet Service Providers) cannot. More importantly, satellite Internet allows companies to keep their entire infrastructure on a single network, which means that changes to the infrastructure can be made by just one management system.

 

Satellite Internet also offers more flexibility. With portable, stationary, and mobile options, an Internet connection can be set up anywhere, even in remote locations where SCADA systems and smart grids operate. Some portable and mobile units can be set up in under 10 minutes, providing reliable narrowband and broadband Internet wherever and whenever it is needed.

 

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The coming of the industrial internet - O'Reilly Radar

The coming of the industrial internet - O'Reilly Radar | Industrial Internet | Scoop.it

The big machines that define modern life — cars, airplanes, furnaces, and so forth — have become exquisitely efficient, safe, and responsive over the last century through constant mechanical refinement. But mechanical refinement has its limits, and there are enormous improvements to be wrung out of the way that big machines are operated: an efficient furnace is still wasteful if it heats a building that no one is using; a safe car is still dangerous in the hands of a bad driver.


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