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Saturday, October 31, 2015
A Day In The Life Of The Internet of Things...Part I
The IoT requires three fundamental elements for “Things” to effectively become part of systems and add value to apps, services, and whatever else it is that they integrate. Watch and see how the IoT module, connectivity and platform come together to deliver benefits and comforts we enjoy in our everyday lives, all thanks to a working and functioning Internet of Things.
'The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of connected objects that link the physical world with the world of information through the web. The advent of TCP/IP v6, launched in 2006, expanded the
capabilities of the Internet, and enabled objects, sensors, and devices to be addressable and thus findable across the Internet. This augmented address space is particularly useful for tracking objects that monitor sensitive equipment or materials, point-of-sale purchases, passport tracking, inventory Higher Education Preview, management, identification, and similar applications.
Embedded chips, sensors, or tiny processors attached to an object allow helpful information about the object, such as cost, age, temperature, color, pressure, or humidity to be transmitted over the Internet. This simple connection allows remote management, status monitoring, tracking, and alerts if the objects they are attached to are in danger of being damaged or spoiled. Many web tools allow objects to be annotated with descriptions, photographs, connections to other objects, and other contextual information; the Internet of Things makes access to these data as easy as it is to use the web.'
The Internet of Things (IoT) 21 Coolest Gadgets & Apps Of The Future
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the interconnection of uniquely identifiable embedded computing devices within the existing Internet infrastructure. The potential for life enhancing and transforming innovations is mind boggling.
Check out these 21 coolest gadgets and apps to see what the future holds for you with the Internet of Things.
Even though digitalisation has radically changed the way we do business, the physical and the digital world are still separated from each other. This is, however, about to change with the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things stands for the vision that the physical world of atoms and the digital world of bits merge together.
Now, the question arises how the Internet of Things affects business model innovation – and how companies, entrepreneurs, and customers are supposed to respond. This is what is shown by the seventh film in the animation video series “Little Green Bags”.
The Internet of Things For Banking, Energy And Utilities, And Insurance
The Internet of Things is changing our world. This vast, rapidly growing network of devices represents an evolution in which objects are capable of interacting with other objects. Applying analytics to the data being created by these interactions presents an opportunity to transform the way we live, work and play.
In this video, we explore the ways in which the Internet of Things has the potential to transform the banking, insurance, energy and utilities industries.
The Internet of Things...Architecture And Protocols
In this session, JP Vasseur, Chief Architect for the IoT Group at Cisco and Cisco Fellow, provides a short overview of the IoT architecture and its protocols. This comprehensive architecture addresses these new concerns and presents a meaningful path.