Internet of Things News

Council brings you news on Internet of Things. It aims to offer the latest on technical building blocks but also tries to put this digital transition into a social and circular economy context.

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29/03/2010 - 21:25
Michael Friedewald, project co-ordinator is happy to announce the PRESCIENT project, a recently started EU project dealing with privacy issue: "Emerging technologies offer significant benefits but also risks to our privacy. How to deal with these risks is the subject of a new three-year project funded by the European Commission. {C}Called…
27/03/2010 - 10:24
Now in its second year, The Internet of Things Europe 2010 will join together business leaders, consumer advocates, policymakers and entrepreneurs to find out how the Internet of Things roadmap will shape our interaction with the real and virtual worlds in the coming years. This high level conference will address our concerns to embrace its…
10/03/2010 - 14:25
If - according to the IOT - everything is connected: where does that leave the definition of home; i.e.: what is the relation between technology and our home -environment? What does ultimate connectivity means for architects, builders, craftsmen; the moment we start dwelling? Should there be a space which secures us; does that need another kind of…
10/03/2010 - 09:51
"Having sensors that relay information in everything we own, use, wear, touch and play with has some serious implications for privacy.  Where will the information go once it has left the tags?  Could anybody walking down the street stick out an antena that scans passers by, works out where they’ve been and their habits, and then tell the world? …
6/03/2010 - 19:51
Arlon Stok says: "Just imagine how it would be if all of the objects you own and pass by would be connected to a sort of new internet. Billions of objects would be connected through this network to us humans, adding a lot of possibilities to both our daily and long-term ways of thinking and acting. It's a simple concept: users defined their rights…
3/03/2010 - 14:26
"It would be ideal if you could borrow what you lack from your neighbours. I love soup, but unfortunately I do not always have all the things or even the knowledge that I need to prepare it. If sharing was the norm this would not be an obstacle. Neighbours, too, could benefit from sharing, especially if they don’t know each other (that well). Many…
24/02/2010 - 11:01
Calling all environmental designers, artists and researchers: we're delighted to announce that Pachube.com in collaboration with xClinic, the Environmental Health Clinic + Lab at NYU and ZER01: the Art and Technology Network, are soliciting proposals to create environmental health projects and lifestyle experiments that make use of Pachube.One…
22/02/2010 - 10:44
Bob Dahlberg from Arrayent: Where do you see Arrayant in 5 years? "While our prospective customers have called us the "Cisco of things,"  rather in five years we see Arrayent providing the best cloud computing environment for "things."" What is the meaning of content in your system? "Essentially think of Arrayent as a communication pipe,…
16/02/2010 - 15:53
Council and Institute of Philosophy team up with Lift@Home again for a Moscow seminar on Convergence of NBIC-technologies and Internet of Things. We believe the "winning solution" to making the most open, inclusive and innovative Internet of Things is to transcend the short-term opposition between social innovation and security by finding a way to…
12/02/2010 - 12:45
Most of us will be living in cities in the future, and cities are a scale of operating most of us don't often get a chance to think at. Many cities are expanding exponentially – some 70 million people leave rural areas every year to join nearby cities, the majority to join squatter cities. At the same time brand new cities, such as Masdar - a…
4/02/2010 - 19:55
Download the pdf below:"It all began with a coffeepot. A coffeepot that was connected to the Internet (before it was even called the Internet) and which provided information about its status (long before there was Twitter). In 1991, researchers at Cambridge University shared a single coffeepot among several floors. The researchers were frustrated…
2/02/2010 - 20:40
Noah helps people reconnect with nature and contribute to organizations that are working hard to catalog and preserve our planet's biodiversity. Noah connects aspiring citizen scientists with current research projects focused on documenting various plant and animal species. Think of Noah as a tool that nature lovers can use to explore and document…
30/01/2010 - 14:19
New url (january 2012: Sourcemap) Sourcemap is a platform for researching, optimizing and sharing the supply chains behind a number of everyday products: "Simply put: We believe that people have the right to know where things come from and what they are made of." Sourcemap "is a tool for producers, business owners and consumers to understand the…
20/01/2010 - 11:39
Council proposes to hold very small Council meetings anywhere in the world on April 9. These can vary to having a cup of coffee with someone and talk about the Internet of Things or hosting a dinner at your place, or going for a walk on the beach, as long as it is on April 9 and about IoT, and we really pump up the jam on this one on Twitter,…
29/12/2009 - 12:15
6LoWPAN: IPv6 over Low-Power wireless Area Networks just some quotes for now: "The Working Group will generate the necessary documents to ensure interoperable implementations of 6LoWPAN networks and will define the necessary security and management protocols and constructs for building 6LoWPAN networks, paying particular attention to protocols…