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Internet Of Things 101: Inside The Latest Trend In Higher Education

Internet Of Things 101: Inside The Latest Trend In Higher Education | E-Learning, Instructional Design, and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
The Internet of Things (IoT) will connect everyone and everything like never before. Through an innovative new education lab in America’s heartland, the University of Wisconsin is preparing the next generation of engineers to harness it.
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The future of learning and e-learning? Check out this innovative program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Phillip Morgan's curator insight, November 25, 2015 1:23 AM

Check out the impact of higher education that has modified the face of learning.

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The future of learning and e-learning? Check out this innovative program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Tom Cockburn's curator insight, November 25, 2015 5:34 AM

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How to connect your home appliances to the Internet of Things | KurzweilAI

How to connect your home appliances to the Internet of Things | KurzweilAI | E-Learning, Instructional Design, and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
(Credit: Sigfox) French startup SigFox thinks it can help usher in a second mobile Internet boom by connecting millions of low-power sensors worldwide to
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A single remote to run them all?  Seems like science fiction now, but i suspect we'll be able to program our homes to be responsive and specific some day soon.  This insight from a guy who can't get his sprinkler system to water on schedule! 

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MIT Media Lab: Things That Think Consortium

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The Things That Think Consortium brings together forty companies and more than twenty research groups to explore the migration of computation and communications out of conventional computers and into everyday objects.

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What happens when all our machhines of convenience are attached to the internet.

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Gordon Dahlby's curator insight, December 11, 2012 10:36 AM

Things That Think is inventing the future of digitally augmented objects and environments. We bring a unique, boundary-breaking perspective to research, uniting leaders in science, engineering, design, and art. Grounded by extensive corporate sponsor interaction, our prototypes and demonstrations aim to inspire the products and services of tomorrow.

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SAP: 'Internet of Things' is Future of Information Management, Smart Cities ... - CMSWire

SAP: 'Internet of Things' is Future of Information Management, Smart Cities ... - CMSWire | E-Learning, Instructional Design, and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
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SAP: 'Internet of Things' is Future of Information Management, Smart Cities ...

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I just wish I could get my TV remote to work properly!

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CAEXI BEST's curator insight, May 4, 2013 1:51 PM

COMMENT LE NET A RENDU LE MONDE 

 

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Rosetta Carrington Lue's curator insight, May 8, 2013 11:08 PM

Amazing infographic on the future of internet connectivity.  This reminds me of the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger movie "Total Recall"!

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Will the Internet of Things be the end of cloud computing? | TechRepublic

Will the Internet of Things be the end of cloud computing? | TechRepublic | E-Learning, Instructional Design, and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
By Nick Hardiman

"The modern Internet is millions of networks containing billions of hosts. The hosts are computers — small personal computers, big enterprise-size computers, and embedded computers. Digital cameras, MP3 players, and car electronics contain computers, but they are not usually hosts on the Internet. With the rise of IPv6, that will change. New devices will be hosts on the Internet. The Internet of Things is coming.

"I recently spoke to Ron Vetter of the IEEE Computer Society. Here’s how he puts it: “The ‘Internet of Things’ has to do with the large number of devices (things) that are currently or will be shortly connected to the Internet. The proliferation of smart sensors will greatly increase the number of things connected as well as the kind of information and control that will be available. For example, think about what happens when we connect most of our home appliances, HVAC controls, entertainment devices, etc. to the Internet. The quantity of information will explode, as will concerns for privacy and security.”

"Vetter is referring to sensors of all shapes and sizes, from anemometers to watt meters (no, there are no sensors starting with Z), which will continuously produce oceans of data. Home automation will finally leave the land of geeks and enter the mainstream, when all of these “things” go online.

“Advances and standardization in computer networking and low cost hardware have contributed to moving machine-to-machine communication forward,” said Vetter.

"The Internet of Things will talk to us, but they will spend more time talking to each other. These M2M (Machine to Machine) communications will happen wirelessly. Many people rely on M2M communications by using a Bluetooth headset, making a payment with their mobile phone or - for the early adopters with money to burn - subscribing to a 4G network."
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This is a  primer-level piece on the advent of the Internet of Things - sensors that will attach to and measure many things, while communicating with each other. For those unfamiliar with the topic, the article provides a useful starting point, particularly in considering the implications of this application of technology.

 

It is not clear to me how the Internet of Things connects to the end of Cloud computing; thus, I find the headline a bit confusing. -JL

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Can The Internet Of Things Make The Best Cup Of Coffee Ever? - Fast Company

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Fast CompanyCan The Internet Of Things Make The Best Cup Of Coffee Ever?Fast CompanyIt's one of the secret benefits of the Internet Of Things, far more interesting than merely letting your fridge talk to the Internet.

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