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June 3, 2014: Electronic Design: Use A Kernel In Your IoT Designs

Christian Legare | Electronic Design
Jun 3, 2014

In the Internet of Things, 80% of all devices will be deeply embedded and will require 32-bit processors for communication. The use of a kernel provides the required software architecture and efficiency.
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Bosch says the future is the Internet of Things

German appliance maker creates separate firm to design sensors for its own products and for the market as a whole Computerworld, Dec 24, 2013 Bosch, a company best known as a maker of appliances, including stoves, dishwashers, washing machines and coffee makers, is increasing its focus on the Internet of Things. Germany-based Bosch has created … Continue reading

When the World Becomes the Web: Wired Magazine

IPSO Member Companies Ericsson and ARM are featured in the July 2013 issue of Wired Magazine Jan Holler, Principal researcher, Ericsson Labs: “Imagine real-world objects can perform tasks for you via the web. Open community efforts, such as the Contiki operating system, combine with cloud services such as xively.com to share data-feeds. We need to … Continue reading

Self-powered Contiki Power Sensor Wins IPSO 2013 Challenge: Wireless Sensor Networks Blog

Need to know how much power that flows through a specific power cord, and see the information directly on your smartphone? That’s exactly what the Contiki-based winner of the IPSO 2013 challenge does. Just clip on the sensor on cord and see the data from anywhere in the world – the sensor sends the measurements wirelessly … Continue reading

EE Times.com: Sensor network designs win IoT contest

SAN JOSE, Calif. –A wireless door lock sensor, a universal LED driver for streetlights and an energy-harvesting current sensor were winners in a contest geared to promote the emerging Internet of Things. All three winners used IP over 802.15.4 networks. The IPSO Alliance, a trade group promoting Internet Protocol for smart objects, hosted the contest. … Continue reading

ZigBee Alliance Unveils Standard for IPv6-Based Mesh Network

The ZigBee Alliance has launched its third specification, ZigBee IP, for an IPv6-based wireless mesh networking service and provides internet connections to control low-power devices. ZigBee IP specification enhances the IEEE 802.15.4 standard by adding network and security layers and an application framework. ZigBee IP offers architecture with IPv6 networking, laying the foundation for an … Continue reading

Everything Will Have An IP Address

Everything will have an IP address, says NXP CEO, Rick Clemmer Link to Original Article Getting all electronic devices, from cars to LED lights, connected to the web is important if we are to create the Internet of Things, says Rick Clemmer, CEO, NXP Semiconductors. As the rise of online and mobile communications has enabled us to be more connected with … Continue reading

Silver Spring Networks: Whitepaper – Smart Grid Standards

The Imperative for the Smart Energy Network Modern, intelligent, global energy networks are essential to driving greater energy efficiency, increasing integration of renewable energy sources such as wind and solar, and accelerating economic and social progress in the 21st century. Innovative and forward-thinking utilities are making great strides in creating smart energy networks that operate … Continue reading

IPSO Alliance Successfully Demonstrates Internet of Things Interoperability

IETF Journal, October 2012, Volume 8, Issue 2: Summary of the sixth interoperability event held in Vancouver, showcasing Web-enabled smart object from multiple vendors, each exchanging application payloads in an interoperable manner based on the IPSO application framework. Read Full Article: http://www.internetsociety.org/articles/ipso-alliance-successfully-demonstrates-internet-things-interoperability  

Taking advantage of World IPv6 Launch: Practical ways to add more IPv6 to your network

From Cisco What is World IPv6 Launch? World IPv6 Launch is a worldwide effort led by the Internet Society to drive up adoption of the IPv6 protocol. On June 6, 2012, hundreds of websites and dozens of Internet Service Providers will permanently configure their services to allow the use of the IPv6 protocol for all … Continue reading