“Enabling a SMARTER Internet of Things”
The Internet Protocol for Smart Objects Alliance is a global forum including many Fortune 500 high tech companies and noted industry leaders. IPSO serves as a thought leader across the board for communities seeking to establish the Internet Protocol (IP) as the network for the connection of Smart Objects. The IPSO Alliance provides a foundation for industry growth by providing education, promoting the industry, generating research, and creating a better understanding of IP and its role in the Internet of Things. IPSO Alliance membership is open to any organization supporting an IP-based approach to connecting smart objects.
Take the “CHALLENGE“: IPSO Prepares for Challenge 2015
The IPSO Alliance hosts an annual competition – the IPSO CHALLENGE – to encourage innovation around IP-enabled smart objects for the Internet of Things.
1st Place "CenLab" by Centero
Robert Assimiti and Rares Ivan of Centero hold the Grand Prize check
IPSO CHALLENGE 2014 Winning Groups
1st Place "CenLab" with IPSO President Pete St. Pierre
3rd Place: Ripple
Adam Renner and James West accept their 3rd Prize Trophy from IPSO Vice President Christian Légaré (Micrium)
People's Choice Award Winner "HOP into the IoT" with IPSO Chairman Geoff Mulligan
Antonio Jara (HOP Ubiquitous) receives the People's Choice Award from IPSO Chairman Geoff Mulligan (Proto6)
IPSO CHALLENGE 2014: Congratulations to CENTERO for their Grand Prize Winning Entry “CenLab“.
June 25, 2014: Centero introduces CenLab, a handheld, wireless, Internet of Things connected chemistry analyzer. CenLab allows for automated, cost effective analysis of body fluids and water quality. It eliminates time consuming and costly trips to the doctor’s office by providing ubiquitous, instantaneous urinalysis and blood screening results in the comfort of your home or on the go. CenLab is a versatile tool for pre-emptive screening for various diseases as well as monitoring of chronic conditions. It delivers meaningful and accurate health information in a way that can be understood without a medical degree.
Read more entries from CHALLENGE 2014 here.
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA IPSO is sponsoring an IoT Solutions Pavilion featuring IPSO Members Atmel, Grid Connect, Micrium, and Treasure Data. This IDTechEx event addresses the opportunity for the Internet of Things. It does not cover hype and unrealistic dreams but addresses the business models, case studies, actions, profitability and missing gaps. We delve … Continue reading
gogo6 and the California IPv6 Task Force are proud to present the gogoNET LIVE! conference, Networking the Internet of Things & IPv6. Mark your calendars and join us November 19-20, 2014 in the heart of the Silicon Valley or from the comfort of your own phone. If you are building and/or buying Internet of Things networking, … Continue reading
NAPERVILLE, Ill. – (August 26, 2014) – Grid Connect (gridconnect.com), a manufacturer and distributor of embedded networking products, has introduced the NET232+, the next generation of serial device servers. The NET232+ helps extend the life and utility of existing RS-232 serial devices by providing a simple solution to enable them to connect to the … Continue reading
Colorado Springs, CO – September 30, 2014—The Internet Protocol for Smart Objects (IPSO) Alliance has published its Smart Objects Guideline – Starter Pack 1.0. The Smart Objects Starter Pack (SOSP) 1.0 provides a basis for interoperability across devices connected to the IoT through an open common object model. This open standards based data design is crucial for the wide scale deployment and success of IoT and Machine to Machine (M2M) applications.
Colorado Springs, CO – August 5, 2014 – The Internet Protocol for Smart Objects (IPSO) Alliance has broadened its Internet of Things (IoT) standards vision to include education on the proper use of IPS protocols to create end-to-end solutions for the Internet of Things. This change has been adopted to advance the promotion of open standards using … Continue reading
“IPSO is transforming itself from a group focused on educating people why to [educating them on] how to use IP, so we’re helping identify a proper set of standards for IoT,” Geoff Mulligan, the group’s chairman, told EE Times.