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Jason Cove
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The Future
Jason Cove   10/31/2013 9:29:35 AM
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rick merritt
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Ready, set, go...?
rick merritt   10/31/2013 10:04:01 AM
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The goal is to accelerate know-how in IoT and cyber-physical systems and get hands on experience dealing with the real issues this sector still holds.

KB3001
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Excellent initiative
KB3001   10/31/2013 10:17:09 AM
We need to help set up multidisciplinary teams to harness IoT. I see this as the biggest challenge i.e. how to inspire medical doctors, biologists, economists, social entrepreneurs, not just engineers.

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A visual
rick merritt   10/31/2013 10:21:54 AM
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Here's the NIST view of cyber-physical systems:

 



mattscar2
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RF + JTAG?
mattscar2   10/31/2013 10:56:32 AM
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Choosing the communications protocol is a major issue. It occurs to me that many embedded devices already identify themselves using JTAG. Maybe a combination of JTAG and low-power wireless would help. After all, the circuitry is already there.

wilber_xbox
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Re: A visual
wilber_xbox   10/31/2013 11:13:51 AM
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This visual nicely summarizes the complexicity and oppotunities for the technology and business.

chanj0
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Re: Ready, set, go...?
chanj0   10/31/2013 12:57:40 PM
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This is a great summary of the article. After 15 years of Internet, we have learned so many issues and are dealing with some of them. I'm sure there will be more issues as IoT really take off. Imagine a world of sensors everywhere, the potential issues/ concerns will be enormous.

chanj0
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Re: RF + JTAG?
chanj0   10/31/2013 1:06:42 PM
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I'm pretty sure TCP/IP will be the chosen protocol. After all, TCP/IP is the foundation of Internet. The concerns of relatively large overhead can be reduced by various algorithm. I am pretty sure the increase of network bandwidth has already alleviated the overhead.

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Re: Excellent initiative
debraj_iot   10/31/2013 1:18:35 PM
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That is so so true for IoT. IoT needs expertise and usage in all fields, including arts science engineering sociology. (just a side note: our site www.cythings.com cover multi-disciplinary applications and news on IoT. Please feel free to check it if interested. Thanks.)

KB3001
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Re: Ready, set, go...?
KB3001   10/31/2013 1:25:33 PM
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6LoWPAN?

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