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La domotique a le vent en poupe actuellement. On parle de plus en plus d'elle, et l'attrait pour les objets connectés multiplient les raisons d'utiliser le mot domotique.
Son nom – Sigfox, son but –connecter le monde (des objets). A première vue, c’est ambitieux.
ruSMART 2013 : The 6th conference on Internet of Things and Smart Spaces...
Interesting conference for which the calls for paper are still opened!
Le nouveau bracelet Vital Base SFX est une véritable rupture technologique dans le monitoring des personnes à risques que ce soit à leur domicile, dans des établissements spécialisés ou dans leur vie courante. Grâce au réseau de télécommunications SIGFOX et à la technologie TD, il offre une continuité de services dans une palette extrêmement large.
L'internet des objets, c'est déjà ce réseau qui permet à ces objets d'interagir entre eux et d'une certaine façon de prolonger l'internet jusqu’à ces objets.
MIT Technology Review
One of the earliest adopters of M2M was the water industry and it was with great interest that I listened to Oliver Grievson last week at the European Wastewater Management Conference.
This market need understanding, either for technical issues than for networks topology concern.
In the year 2000, conceiving of a device that worked simultaneously as a handheld computer, portable MP3 player, satellite radio, GPS, and phone seemed like science fiction against the then-current backdrop of shiny new, brick-like flip phones. As witnessed with today’s success of the iPhone, technology advances quickly and without much advance notice if driven by market demand and commercial backing.The next wave of the future could go beyond the technology we’re holding in our hands and extend to what’s embedded inside our hands. There is experimentation with bio-technological hacks going on today both in the lab and in an unsanctioned underground of fanatics that could result in body implant “upgrades” being as ubiquitous in 2025 as smartphones are now.
NE2NE.com is the collaborative community for vendors in the M2M ecosystem delivering M2M news and insights.
SIGFOX invité des Avnet Memec Techdays - L’internet des Objets Intelligents via @SIGFOX_Network http://t.co/QEUv31pN
The Internet of Things is comprised of networked objects with sensors and actuators. These objects observe their environment and share the data they collect
First came the internet, a vast, chaotic conglomeration of servers connected to one another and to dedicated devices, mainly PCs. Now the world is starting its migration to a new type of connectivity topology, the so-called ‘Internet of Things’.
Le M2M illustré !
International Workshop on Pervasive Internet of Things and Smart Cities - The Workshop on Pervasive Internet of Things and Smart Cities will take place this year in Madrid -...
Why are today's senior - and not so senior - decision takers, whether business leaders or politicians, so seemingly unaware of the fast approaching third revolution in Internet access - the Internet of Things?
The XV publication of the Bankinter Foundation is the result of the analysis carried out by the Future Trends Forum experts and analyzes the “Internet of things”. Six PDF documents to illustrate challenges and application fields of IoT.
Cows Can Text with M2M...
They can twitte may be, just thinking how to do it, let imagine how we will moitor that even on fields...with a low consumption and broad range network covering moutains and plains :)
A working definition of IoT. How large is the market for connected things? Let’s talk about this movement from M2M to IoT and changes in the industry over the next 5-7 years.