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Internet of Things


January 19, 2016  8:06 AM

Why are smart devices still so stupid?

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Internet of Things, Software, standardisation

Software application developers working with the kinds of embedded computing devices that we now class as citizens within the so-called Internet of Things (IoT) can be forgiven for getting somewhat confused. The Internet of Things a.k.a The trouble is, the Internet of Things is...

August 13, 2015  12:58 PM

Thingsee One, an IoT developer device

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Internet of Things

Thingsee is a manufacturer of developer devices and platforms from Oulu (yes, it's a real place) in Finland. The firm has announced the commercial availability of its Thingsee One device -- a 'smart'...


August 12, 2015  11:11 AM

The Internet of cardiovascular diagnostic Things

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Healthcare, iHealth, Internet of Things, wellbeing

Obviously the Internet of cardiovascular diagnostics Things (IocdT) is really just the IoT with a specific bent towards healthcare implementations -- but the question is, at what point do we start looking at wellbeing-focus software application development streams above and beyond the health...


August 26, 2014  4:54 AM

Internet of Things apocalypse, Now

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Internet of Things

This is a guest post by Trevor Pott, professor emeritus of full-time nerdyness, systems administration, technology writing and consulting. Based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada these days, Pott helps Silicon Valley start-ups better understand...


July 31, 2014  4:58 AM

Are we confusing the Internet of Things with embedded, already?

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
embedded, Evans, Internet of Things, survey

Surveys are the most important, most informative, most insightful and most expressive means of understanding what is going on inside the Information Technology industry -- right? Internet_of_Things-300x295.jpg


April 29, 2013  4:48 PM

IBM revs up automotive vehicle system M2M

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
IBM, Internet of Things, M2M

The car is dead -- the automotive vehicle system has arrived. Well, our traditional view of the car is dead if we accept that the Internet of Things has made its way into the new breed of cloud-connected cars. Cloud-connected cars, really? Well, if you believe the messages coming out of...


March 11, 2013  7:21 AM

It’s a small (M2M) world after all

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Cisco, embedded, Ericcson, Internet of Things, SAP

As we now develop a wide array of M2M implementations that help us build the so-called Internet of Things, the truth is that The Internet of Things is now the Internet of M2M Things. NOTE: M2M technology supports wired or wireless communication between machines. M2M is used in...


September 14, 2012  2:12 AM

Intel: 15 billion online toasters by 2015

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Connectivity, Intel, Internet of Things, Interoperability

Despite a lowering of its financial forecast for the rest of 2012, Intel continues its mission to be seen as 'more than just a chipmaker' this month with events staged around the firm's IDF Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. New initiative launches include the firm's Intelligent Systems...


December 15, 2011  6:38 AM

IBM’s “new” Internet: full of toasters, earrings & electronic T-shirts

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Communication, Data, devices, IBM, Internet, Internet of Things

Embedded software application development could be a significantly increasing trend for 2012 and onward if IBM's latest thinking is borne out in tangible product development. This is the upshot of IBM's latest moves to produce what could effectively be a whole new Internet - or the "Internet of...


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