INTERNET OF THINGS WITH ROB VAN KRANENBURG: LIFE IN THE IOT


Life in the IoT

Rob van Kranenburg, Founder of IoT Council, Ecosystem Manager for EU projects Tagitsmart and Next Generation Internet tals about privacies (yes that’s plural!), transition, China, Estonia, ambient intelligence, pervasive computing and Kevin Ashton.

Doriane Mateu Phạm

If you really look close at the Internet of Everything you see that, it is as much related to the Internet of Things as it is to the technologies and realities which we typically see as foundational for digital transformation.  After all, what else is a distributed network with data, people, process and devices than a technological and conceptual view of today’s hyper-connected digital business reality with a twist of distributed technologies?

Drahoslava

In the IoE, identity must extend beyond the conventional. If identity is compromised, the security perimeter is defeated. Simultaneously, creating a unified identity that addresses users in the physical and virtual world will continue to be a challenge. It’s something we like to keep stressing.

Simon Winkler

In response to Olena Matey

In the latest cloud and computer network technologies there is a shift away from a centralized view towards the network elements and edges as well. In an age where software eats the world, network intelligence and virtualization, along with the injection of software defined networking turn networks and all their components in a decentralized, yet centrally manageable, reality. And with edge computing the focus is on analysis IN the network.

In document and data capture there is a shift from traditional centralized approaches towards distributed or decentralized capture models and to hybrid approaches whereby the traditional way of centrally digitizing documents in one place is making way for these decentralized models, wherever they make sense.

Olena Matey

In the latest cloud and computer network technologies there is a shift away from a centralized view towards the network elements and edges as well. In an age where software eats the world, network intelligence and virtualization, along with the injection of software defined networking turn networks and all their components in a decentralized, yet centrally manageable, reality. And with edge computing the focus is on analysis IN the network.

Darius Tavas

Here is a document of the offical GDPR text.

Janko Kyllikki

In terms of updates, many systems only include support for a set timeframe. For legacy and new assets, security can lapse if extra support is not added. And as many IoT devices stay in the network for many years, adding security can be challenging.

Waclaw Piatek

With the steady stream of data that IoT provides, companies can offer personalized service without compromising efficiency. "IoT offers the potential for organizations to better target, communicate and serve customers in a more personalized, one-to-one manner -- and do it at scale," said Kate Leggett, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research.

Gaetano Albertini

The tech term “always on” or “always-on” refers to systems that are continuously available, plugged in, or connected to power sources and networks. Always on may also refer to systems that are continually operational — that do not take breaks, but continue to hum along through all hours of the day and night.

Yevheniy Romero

Pervasive computing devices have evolved to include not only laptops, notebooks and smartphones, but also tablets, wearable devices, fleet management and pipeline components, lighting systems, appliances and sensors, and so on.

Konstantina Branković

It’s virtually impossible to imagine a city without conjuring an image of its skyline, or at the very least, a vista of the buildings that populate it. Likewise, in smart cities, smart buildings play a role as dominant as any skyscraper. The future belongs to structures with sensor networks that can monitor electricity and water usage in real time, track sustainability performance and interact with other parts of the smart city.

Jacquette Rollins

Along with New York City, London is conducting a major rollout of connected sidewalk kiosks, which will replace existing phone booths. These smart hubs will offer residents free Wi-Fi access, device charging and tablets with maps and city information.

Gugulethu Cerdic Møller

The Internet of Things sounds like a consumer fantasy come true -- who wouldn't want to be able to turn off the lights at home from two towns away, or leave it to their refrigerator to make sure they know when milk, butter and other staples need to be replenished? But there's more to the IoT than lifestyle enhancement. It also includes a corporate side, enabling organizations to collect and analyze data from sensors on manufacturing equipment, pipelines, weather stations, smart meters, delivery trucks and other types of machinery.

Arabinda Scott

Here are a few examples of IoT 'things': 

  • Nest Smart Thermostat.
  • WeMo Switch Smart Plug.
  • Philips Hue Smart Bulbs.
  • August Smart Lock.
  • Canary Smart Security System.
  • Samsung SmartThings Hub.
  • Kolibree Smart Tooothbrush.
  • Petnet Smart Pet Feeder.
Bistra Chelieva

IoT devices can be used to enable remote health monitoring and emergency notification systems. These health monitoring devices can range from blood pressure and heart rate monitors to advanced devices capable of monitoring specialized implants, such as pacemakers, Fitbit electronic wristbands, or advanced hearing aids.

Lucas Jessen

Today everything is abou the internet in modern life. This is the most powerful tool and we have it in our pockets, our homes and our workplaces. The internet can help you see and learn anything, but it can also ruin you life. It's fascinating how quickly, the internet and mobile phones changed our lifes in the last 10 years. 

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