#IotDay conversation between Rob Tiffany and Mirko Ross
#IotDay conversation between Rob Tiffany and Mirko Ross https://youtu.be/I721nCv5VHY via @YouTube #IoT#AI#farming#security#acceleration#energy and just plain good conversation!
Our Extended Sensoria. How Humans Will Connect with the Internet of Things
Joseph A. Paradiso: The Internet of Things assumes ubiquitous sensate environments. Without these, the cognitive engines of this everywhere-enabled world are deaf, dumb, and blind, and cannot respond relevantly to the real-world events that they aim to augment. Advances over the past decade have been rampant, as sensors tend to exploit Moore’s Law. Accordingly, sensors…
Tom de Block talks about Web3, and why it is not the same of Web3.0
Tom de Block talks about Web3 and the European Web3 Accelerator. “All Web3 startups will benefit from the program, regardless of their stage.
Abstract from IoT of People
Concept written on 2nd April 2023, to be discussed on 12th April 2023. Internet ofThings (IoT) of People, Zoom Congress Potential Fundamentals on the concept “Abstract from IoT of People”. Concept: Henk A. Koopmans. In general the IoT could and should be seen as a Public Utility all over the world. Of course also a…
The Internet of Things: What has changed since ‘IoT Council’ was born.
Gérald Santucci: A Blast from the Past (the present of the past) This text is part of a panel. Passcode: THR4+1W. In August 2010 I had convinced the European Commission to set up an IoT Expert Group to debate the requirements and options for implementing the EC Communication on “Internet of Things – An action…
New Instruments of Governance for our Societies (written 2012)
Alex Gluhak and Rob van Kranenburg: Abstract— In this paper we argue for ICT technologies to play a more prominent role in supporting the governance of our society. The Internet together with Web2.0technologies such as social media have enabled a shift of power towards individuals in recent years, making governance of our societies increasingly difficult…
Dear Rob and the creative collective known as the Council on the Internet of Things
William Morrish: Instead of writing an article or essay for a journal, blog, or book, I turn to the concept of writing a letter, which is part information, and part sharing our human journeys as we spin around the sun, hopefully, “creating a better place than that which we inherited,” as the last line of…
The Core of the Fourth Revolutions: Industrial Internet of Things, Digital Twin, and Cyber-Physical Loops
Johannes Vrana: Like with the previous revolutions the goal of the fourth revolution is to make manufacturing, design, logistics, maintenance, and other related fields faster, more efficient, and more customer centric. This holds for classical industries, for civil engineering, and for NDE and goes along with new business opportunities and models. Core components to enable…
Cyber-Physical Loops as Drivers of Value Creation in NDE 4.0
Johannes Vrana: Across so many industries, non-destructive evaluation has proven its worth time and again through quality and safety assurance of valuable assets. Yet, over time, it became underappreciated in business decisions. In most cases, the data gathered by NDT is used for quality assurance assessments resulting in binary decisions. And we seem to miss…
NDE 4.0—A Design Thinking Perspective
Johannes Vrana: Cyber technologies are offering new horizons for quality control in manufacturing and safety assurance in-service of physical assets. The line between non-destructive evaluation (NDE) and Industry 4.0 is getting blurred since both are sensory data-driven domains. This multidisciplinary approach has led to the emergence of a new capability: NDE 4.0. The NDT community…