Posts by Team IoTFuse

NIST Pushing #IoT Security

Late yesterday FedScoop published an article pointing out that NIST is pushing a holistic cybersecurity process for IoT. The National Institute of Standards and Technology has released a draft document imploring the engineers of internet-connected technology to build security into their systems at every step of the process. NIST Special Publication 800-160 covers everything from smartphones…

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Connected World’s IoT Podcast

Earlier today we came across a publication that we thought you’d like to know about called Connected World. A woman named Peggy Smedley is the editorial director of Connected World magazine (and its sister publication Constructech), as well as the president of Specialty Publishing Co. While learning about IoT developments is always good in publications and posts, we primarily…

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Samsung Developing IoT OS

Samsung is creating a new operating system for the Internet of Things and is planning on its first reveal at their Samsung Developer Conference in San Francisco next month, according to this article in PCWorld. The agenda clearly spells out their intention: “Samsung will announce our new, open-source IoT real-time operating system (RTOS), which has…

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100 IoT Open Source Tools & Resources

The Internet of Things Wiki, a site , published a post in January listing out 100 IoT Open Source Development Tools And Resources that we thought you’d like to know about and have handy for review. There are several on this list we didn’t know about and it’s likely you’ll discover that you don’t either.…

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MIT Online Course on IoT

MIT Technology Review has a “pitch” article for a new online course which also has some good, solid overview information on the IoT marketplace: What if every vehicle, home appliance, heating system and light switch were connected to the Internet? Today, that’s not such a stretch of the imagination. Modern cars, for instance, already have hundreds…

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IoT Explosion by 2020

According to The Internet of Things Ecosystem Research Report, Business Insider’s BI Intelligence group points out a few things about the future state of IoT and the “explosion” of growth by 2020: In total, we project there will be 34 billion devices connected to the internet by 2020, up from 10 billion in 2015. IoT devices will account…

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Complete Arduino #IoT WiFi Controller

Came across this fun Kickstarter project (via Geeky Gadgets) about an Arduino Wifi controller, perfect for IoT projects. It’s open source, provides a complete IoT PLC controller, and is all set to go when you open up the box.   Check out the Kickstarter project here

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Communication Technologies for IoT

OpenSensors, an IoT company providing public and private infrastructure for real-time data, recently published a matrix of connected communication technologies that we thought you might find useful. How sensors communicate with the internet is a key aspect when conceiving of a connected project. There are a number of ways to connect your sensors to the…

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The Internet of Things That Do What You Tell Them

Cory Doctorow continues to provide strong perspectives on IoT and does so within the context of what’s happening globally and with United States law. In this talk from O’Reilly’s Solid Conference 2015 (one we’d not yet seen though it’s been out for awhile), Cory ranges from “ecosystem” strategies to the war on terror, from the…

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Hardware Startup IO’s Event Videos

These videos are from an event put on by Hardware Startup IO, a London, England-based community of entrepreneurs, professional makers, investors, brands and industry experts focused on hardware entrepreneurship. Their site and events are geared toward sharing knowledge in order to support emerging hardware startups. You can contact them at hello@hardwarestartup.io or say hi on Twitter @Hardware_IO Note: Use…

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