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Samsung has acquired Smart Things
for its Open Platform to show an increased commitment to the Internet of Things.
Zebra Technologies are active exploring new applications, including
American Football players in the NFL
being fitted with RFID tags to be tracked, and sending out signals 25 times a second for their movements to be tracked in real-time.
Here is a very interesting Data Architecture from Martin Kienzle of IBM Research.
An interesting contribution from Seb Lee-Delisle.
Here is a link to a Data Model published by Michael Koster
and an article in the Washington Post about the
Internet of Guns.
On June 1st. Bloomberg Businessweek published an interesting item about the Internet of Things and a new company Called
On April 22nd. Cisco announced the opening of a Centre with UCL and here's
the Oracle View
22nd. Cisco announced the opening of a Centre with UCL and here's
the Oracle View
If you are new to the Internet of Things (IoT'), then I recommend you start with this
Wikipedia entry on IoT.
You might also check out this Wikipedia entry on
Here is an item about how
Qantas Airline's next generation Check-in
is using RFID-enabled Baggage Tags to
make Passenger progress through an airport easier and faster.
And on January 22nd. 2014, I came across this interesting article entitled
2014 : An Internet of Things Odyssey.
And on January 26th. the Sunday Telegraph Business Technology Supplement had a reference to
this article by ARM
An RFID tag allows an individual Bag to be tracked during its progess through an airport.
The tag will contain passenger details so if a Bag gets misplaced it can easily be reunited with its owner.
On February 15th, I found this interesting Blog about
Hacking the IoT
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