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​Very smart cars: Why the car is the next home of the connected self

​Very smart cars: Why the car is the next home of the connected self | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
The current craze for the connected self is revolutionising wearable tech and mobile devices, and now it’s reaching the car as well. Experts agree that the connected car is the next big thing in the motor industry, promising enhanced safety features and unrivalled data access while on the move. By hooking up to your smartwatch…
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Your next car may identify if you are ill and call someone when needed or You as the driver may identify when your car feeling ill and call the garage? Mutual care for each other! True Love or?

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Wearable tech: How enterprises innovate with devices like Fitbit and Google Glass

Wearable tech: How enterprises innovate with devices like Fitbit and Google Glass | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Enterprises of all sizes are making use of wearable devices to improve business operations. Find out how cutting-edge organizations are driving improvements in areas like sales and customer service.
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Dp you want your company to always know your health condition? Do you want them to know how many steps you had yesterday?. Good Thing/Bad Thing? What your reflections?

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@ThingsExpo | Why the Internet of Things Is the Next Big Thing (#IoT) | Internet of Things Journal

@ThingsExpo | Why the Internet of Things Is the Next Big Thing (#IoT) | Internet of Things Journal | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
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Great article worth reading for better understand what soon will happen

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The Long View | Chris Anderson Says the 'Maker' Movement is the Next Industrial Revolution - BoF - The Business of Fashion

The Long View | Chris Anderson Says the 'Maker' Movement is the Next Industrial Revolution - BoF - The Business of Fashion | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
SAN FRANCISCO, United States — Since the birth of the personal computer and the Web, people have used relatively simple and accessible new technologies to create, connect and collaborate in ways that were previously unimaginable.
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Is an explosion of desktop manufacturing start-ups just over the horizon? What are your thoughts about the third industrial revolution?

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The next step for smart phones could be keeping tabs on patients - Kingston Daily Freeman

The next step for smart phones could be keeping tabs on patients - Kingston Daily Freeman | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
PBS NewsHour The next step for smart phones could be keeping tabs on patients Kingston Daily Freeman Startups across the country are creating gadgets such as pill boxes that can monitor whether patients are taking their meds and under-the-mattress...
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Evenmore examples of why Mobile health is really promising. 

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New skills are needed to work on Internet of Things - Washington Post

New skills are needed to work on Internet of Things - Washington Post | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
New skills are needed to work on Internet of Things Washington Post The “Internet of Things” — technologists' vision of a network of billions of connected devices — has attracted the attention of tech giants including Cisco, Intel and General...
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Convergence and collaboration for beeing able to deal with internet of things. Combine analytic skills and experience of dealing with unstructured huge amount of data. Add operation and skills around hardware and communication.  Pour some business sense and you may have a good start. There is a reason why Capgemini has a huge army of skilled people in the Domain. 

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Why is Stockholm the best city in the world? - The Networked Society Blog

Why is Stockholm the best city in the world? - The Networked Society Blog | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Why is Stockholm the best city in the world? http://t.co/t6YmQDWotH

Via jean-luc scherer
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Sweden and Stockholm in the lead around ICT. 

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The Language Of The Maker Movement: 38 Terms For Teachers

The Language Of The Maker Movement: 38 Terms For Teachers | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
The Language Of The Maker Movement: 38 Terms For Teachers

 

As the maker movement in culture moves from MacGyver jokes and what Noah did when Allie left him in The Notebook to something with a bit more academic and cognitive credibility, it has also begun to creep in to the education space.

As with any niche, there is specialized language–jargon–that may keep things murky for you. The 38 terms below by no means represent an exhaustive collection. (There are dozens of gadgets, circuit boards, and digital, robotic, and electrical wizardry we left on the cutting room flow.) But for most teachers in most circumstances, it should serve as a nice starting points.


Via Elizabeth E Charles, Shannon Tripp
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Time for new language towards teachers in school. What tools and education needs have to be put in place for todays and tomorrows Blacksmiths?

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Launching the Wolfram Connected Devices Project—Stephen Wolfram Blog

Launching the Wolfram Connected Devices Project—Stephen Wolfram Blog | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
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Curating all different devices of the Internet of Things. The library of all kind of devices that you could connect to the net. 

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How Makers are radically changing the world

How Makers are radically changing the world | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Writing for Forbes, TechShop CEO Mark Hatch confirms the rapidly growing Maker Movement is having a "surprising" impact in the United States and around the world. "Though a more complex topic, the ...
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the Maker Movement can be reduced to this simple reality: it is democratizing making

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Most people see tech innovation as the key to better health

Most people see tech innovation as the key to better health | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Most people believe tech innovation holds the best promise for curing fatal diseases and are confident they could administer their own tests, according to a new multinational survey.
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Looking forward to the Swedish launch of the national personal health record. It should go live during 2014. 

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Looking forward to the Swedish launch of the national personal health record. It should go live during 2014. 

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The Internet of iThings: Apple's iBeacon Is Already In Almost 200 Million ... - Forbes

The Internet of iThings: Apple's iBeacon Is Already In Almost 200 Million ... - Forbes | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
The Internet of iThings: Apple's iBeacon Is Already In Almost 200 Million ...
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Developers interested in the Internet of Things have long despaired about the lack of uniform standards for how devices talk to each other and the internet.
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IBeacon to reach 200 millions from the start and that are a lot. Should be interesting to follow Apple in this area of connecting devices. 

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TechnoVision 2014 - An Introduction | Blog post

TechnoVision 2014 - An Introduction | Blog post | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
One of the most important findings of Capgemini’s joint, multi-year research with the MIT Center For Digital Business shows that successful Digital
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Take a look at Capgemini Technovision 2014. 37 building blocks to consider for being sucessfull in your digital transformation

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Top 50 Internet of Things Applications - Ranking | Libelium

Top 50 Internet of Things Applications - Ranking | Libelium | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
More than 50 billion devices will be connected to the Internet by 2020, but this new connectivity revolution has already started. Libelium publishes a compilation of 50 cutting edge Internet of Things applications grouped by vertical markets.
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Good examples for Internet of Things usage connected to a smarter world

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Our Sources Say the Next iPhone Will Include NFC Mobile Payments | Gadget Lab | WIRED

Our Sources Say the Next iPhone Will Include NFC Mobile Payments | Gadget Lab | WIRED | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Platforms like Google Wallet, Isis, and Square have been around for years, while Apple has remained curiously silent on the mobile payments front. Well not anymore.
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Will there be NFC capabilities for the coming iPhone? 

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40 maps that explain the internet

40 maps that explain the internet | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Where the internet came from, how it works, and how it's used by people around the world
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Good to have.

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The Maker Movement is Changing the World | BusinessBlog ...

The Maker Movement is Changing the World | BusinessBlog ... | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Excerpt from The Maker Movement Manifesto by Mark Hatch. So what is the Maker Movment and how can it change the world? Mark Hatch, CEO and cofounder of TechShop, breaks it down. MAKE Making is fundamental to ...
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Curious about the Maker Movement? Have a short crashcourse. 

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Enterprise Architecture as Story - Inside Architecture - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

Enterprise Architecture as Story - Inside Architecture - Site Home - MSDN Blogs | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
A blog focused on enterprise architecture, business architecture, business strategy, and strategic alignment from an experienced enterprise architect at Microsoft
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Do you have a good story to tell? H2 Make change happen and people to follow.  Make sure you could share a story or two for your audience so that they understand and get involved. 

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Do you have a good story to tell? H2 Make change happen and people to follow.  Make sure you could share a story or two for your audience so that they understand and get involved. 

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A movement in the making

A movement in the making | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
What makes “making”—the next generation of inventing and do-it-yourself—worth paying attention to?
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Are you a Maker? Your neighbor may be one of them, why not you?

Making things is not anything new, there has always been craftsmanship around us, if not we have still been living in a cage or something. (that cage is also made by someone. by the way)


What is really interesting and as I believe start of the new industrial revolution are all new stuff every day that hits the market. All new modern technology that simplify things that was almost impossible before for one human or a team to accomplish. In the maker movement we could see the force behind true globalization and how speed is changing how we work and create and innovate good things. The culture of sharing, openess and curiosity together with new technology and seamless social communication  enable a new kind of revolution. The value chain from design, prototyping to really manufacture and sell the product is extremely fast in many cases. We even distribute the solution in a digital way.

 

Who will invent, make and sell the next thing coming?. Will it be Google?, a traditional manufacturing company or will it be You or your neighbour?

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How Smart Tech Will Take Care of Grandma

How Smart Tech Will Take Care of Grandma | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Robot & Frank was right. Sort of.

Via jean-luc scherer
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Smart tech taking care of Grandma? Could sensors and robots help us taking care of some of our older people tomorrow? We know that we all getting older more than before. This put some heavily stress on the national healthcare in the future. How should we cope with the increased need of healthcare in the future? Could sensors and robots take away some of the non value added daily activities and instead free more time to actual caring for our lovings? Get rid of manual monitoring, daily routines as preparing feeding etc and free value added time instead? Are you willing to invest in loosing some privacy and instead winning some safety?

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Sensors for Home Healthcare Applications: Market & Technology Analysis

Sensors for Home Healthcare Applications: Market & Technology Analysis | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Sensors for home care will explode over the next five years From 2000 - 2050, the proportion of the world's population aged 60 and over will grow from about...
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Sensors for Home care will explode over next five year and its really a Interesting development of home care. The world population aged 60 and over will grow quit heavily and everything that could reduce the load on healthcare will be nescessary. Being able to collect data and use that for comparison and finding patterns will be important. Soon it will be easy do use a really large population of peoples data for being able to predict or find out important things that could make our life better.

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Sensors for Home care will explode over next five year and its really a Interesting development of home care. The world population aged 60 and over will grow quit heavily and everything that could reduce the load on healthcare will be nescessary. Being able to collect data and use that for comparison and finding patterns will be important. Soon it will be easy do use a really large population of peoples data for being able to predict or find out important things that could make our life better.
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e-Health Sensor Platform V1.0 for Arduino and Raspberry Pi [Biometric / Medical Applications]

e-Health Sensor Platform V1.0 for Arduino and Raspberry Pi [Biometric / Medical Applications] | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
The e-Health Sensor Shield allows Arduino and Raspberry Pi users to perform biometric and medical applications by using 9 different sensors: Pulse and Oxygen in Blood Sensor (SPO2), Airflow Sensor (Breathing), Body Temperature, Electrocardiogram...
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Lars Axell's insight: Feel to make some useful thing today? Did you get a RaspberryPI or Arduino for Christmas Gift? Why not hack som e-health? Interesting open e-health sensor platform ready for making

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Lars Axell's curator insight, January 7, 2014 5:19 AM

Feel to make some useful thing today? Did you get a RaspberryPI or Arduino for Christmas Gift? Why not hack som e-health? Interesting open e-health sensor platform ready for making

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The Internet of You: How the future of computing became screens and sensors on every appendage

The Internet of You: How the future of computing became screens and sensors on every appendage | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
We've been hearing about "wearable computing" for years. But we're finally at a tipping point.
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Soon not enough to buy fancy clothes. You need a matching chip to be full dressed.  What thing to wear today?

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Can't find what you want in a store? Get it custom-made by local, national ... - Sacramento Bee

Can't find what you want in a store? Get it custom-made by local, national ... - Sacramento Bee | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Can't find what you want in a store? Get it custom-made by local, national ...
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As such, CustomMade is part of the so-called “maker movement,” a contemporary army of do-it-yourself enthusiasts.
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The long tail once again. The Maker movement at Its best. Do you need anything not yet built? Ask the Maker Army around the world, They may help you. 

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Wearable Electronic Sensors Can Now Be Printed Directly on the Skin | MIT Technology Review

Wearable Electronic Sensors Can Now Be Printed Directly on the Skin | MIT Technology Review | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
New electronic tattoos could help monitor health during normal daily activities.
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cool..print a eletronic tattoo on your skin and then Its possible to monitor parts of your health for up to two weeks.  right now for finding out how your wound heal. Whats next? 

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