Yves Goeleven

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Capitalizing on opportunities presented by the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is literally and figuratively everywhere. It is almost impossible to avoid this topic in technology circles – whether …

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The future of integration platforms is prescriptive rather than descriptive

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>As our lives get more connected, we often find ourselves building and managing integrations between our devices and our digital …

The FTC is set to investigate rules for the internet of things

Advertisement<p>2 Comments<p>Credit: Shutterstock / Everett Collection<p>Next month the Federal Trade Commission will meet to discuss how it plans to regulate …

The Internet of Udders: Vital Herd wants to put chips in cows, save farmers billions of dollars

Connected cows. It sounds all too odd, right? But rolling the numbers, it makes a lot more sense than that connected thermostat or smart lock pundits …

Printoo Is An Open Platform Of Printed Electronic Modules For Creative Makers

Printoo wants to light up your maker life with a range of flexible, printed circuit boards and modules that can be used to power up all sorts of everyday objects. So not just flat stuff — you could wrap these printed electronics around a bottle or can, for instance, to add a display or lights. Or …

THE INTERNET OF EVERYTHING: 2014 [SLIDE DECK]

The world is moving beyond standalone devices into a new era where everything is connected.<p>We've created a slideshow highlighting the key trends and forecasts for the entire Internet-connected ecosystem, including connected TVs, connected cars, wearable computing devices, and all of the consumer …

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Electronic Floor Sensors Turn Whole Rooms Into Immersive Touchscreens

Growing older comes with a few nice things. Knowledge evolves into wisdom. Context informs perspective. A long life's ups and downs are woven into a …

There is now an API to build a low-volume hardware product

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>Put this in the API-for-everything category. Startup CircuitHub, which a year ago launched a library of electronic parts to …

Securing the Internet of Things: Is the IoT DoA? - Dovel Technologies

Your alarm clock jars you awake. You stumble to the kitchen, fire up your coffee maker, grab some milk from the fridge, and pour yourself a bowl of …

The real revolution of IoT will come in the form of apps

According to Patrick Gray, your organization shouldn't ignore the emerging Internet of Things. Find out how you can take advantage of IoT through app …

Why the Internet of Things Is More 1876 Than 1995

• Partner Content<br>• Author: Glen Martin. Glen Martin<p>Philadelphia’s Centennial Exposition of 1876 was America’s first World’s Fair, and was ostensibly held …

The Internet of Things Protocol stack – from sensors to business value

There is no doubt that we are entering a new era.. An era that will change the world more than the Internet did 15/20 years ago. This era is the …

How to design for the 'internet of things'

In 2013, the Internet of Things was everywhere: more startups, services and platforms launching and coming out of beta. Last month, CES was awash …

The Internet of Alcohol Things is coming at last

Those humans have done it again!<p>First the Internet. Then tablets. And now, the last piece of the smart-home puzzle: The connected bar.<p>Pernod Ricard, the Paris company that sells Absolut Vodka, among other brands, unveiled the smart bar Wednesday at its annual innovation day.<p>You can watch a …

Japanese 'smart clothing' uses nanofibers to monitor your heart-rate (video)

Japanese mobile carrier NTT Docomo and materials developer Toray have been working on joint projects for a while and now they're publicly announcing one. Welcome <i>Hitoe</i> (Japanese for "one layer"), cloth that contains Toray's nanofibers that are coated in a transmittable layer. It's not the orange …

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Community - HPPSocialUserSignonPage - Hewlett Packard Enterprise Community

If you participated in the HPE Servers Expert Day, please answer a one-question anonymous poll on the Servers page.<p>Community<p>Hewlett Packard …

How the “internet of things” will replace the web

<i>The second in a series.</i><p>We’ve already written about why 2014 is really, finally the year that the “internet of things”—that effort to remotely control every object on earth—becomes visible in our everyday lives.<p>But most of us don’t recognize just how far the internet of things will go, from …

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Will these tiny computers herald the arrival of the Internet of Things?

This year's CES was the harbinger of a ubiquitous computing future. Here's why.<p>If we're to build a ubiquitous, ambient computing future, we're going …

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The internet of things needs a new security model. Which one will win?

Advertisement<p>8 Comments<p>Credit: Thinkstock<p>The Target data breach occurring over compromised point-of-sale terminals. The recent news that a botnet …

Desk toys - 7 craziest things connected to the Internet - CNNMoney

Yes, we now live in a world of Wi-Fi-controlled paper. Paris startup ReaDIYmate makes Internet-connected paper toys that move and play sounds, depending on what's happening in your digital life.<p>For example: When you get an email from your mother-in-law, the creature sitting on your desk can run …

Big Retailers Begin Rolling Out iBeacon Trials

As Apple rolls out its iBeacon technology across its Retail Stores and investigates using it to enable mobile payments, a number of large retailers are testing the technology in their establishments.<p>Today, Shopkick announced it would be starting an iBeacon trial at 100 American Eagle stores in the …

Europe's RoboEarth - sort of a Wikipedia for robots

<b>Eindhoven, Netherlands</b> --<p>Let the robot race begin.<p>Expectations are high for RoboEarth, a new European-funded system to speed the development of human-serving robots. Scientists from five major European technical universities gathered in the Netherlands last week for its launch and to demonstrate …

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Here comes the Internet of Things Gone Wild

Did last week mark the end of the Internet of Things and the beginning of the Internet of Things That Can Turn Hostile If You’re Not in the Right Group? Several recent news events suggest it did.<p>There’s the report late last week from California-based security firm Proofpoint uncovering the first …

Red Ice | The Future is the Past

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