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OSGi-Based Architecture for Internet of Things Gateways

OSGi has a long and successful history as technology for providing modularity and manageability in both enterprise and embedded Java systems. Its applicability especially to building gateway software makes it the technology of choice for addressing many Internet of Things requirements. This session presents an Internet of Things architecture based on OSGi and discusses the various aspects of this architecture, such as the integration of edge devices using heterogeneous protocols, the realization of complex automation logic on the gateways, and the connectivity to cloud-based service/management systems. Special attention is paid to the requirements of the underlying JVM and the applicability…

Applied Internet of Things Scenarios for Microsoft Dynamics AX and CRM

During this fast-paced session Microsoft Technical Architect Alex Anikiiev explains how companies can implement industry scenarios using Microsoft Dynamics AX, CRM, and a broad range of Microsoft Internet of Things (IoT) services. Examples and demos will cover: * Simulation of manufacturing equipment using Robotics with sensors/actuators, * Connected devices/Data collection, * Azure Cloud storage, * Azure Mobile Services, * Windows 8/Windows Phone 8 apps, * Universal apps (HTML5/JS), * Power View, * Power BI, * Big Data (Azure HDInsight), * Azure Machine Learning, * Microsoft Solver Foundation optimization, * Project Siena apps connected to CRM/ERP, and * Cutting edge Smart…

Introducing the Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service Asset Monitoring “Mini-App”

This video introduces the Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service Asset Monitoring “Mini-App” – the first in a series of built-in applications that will be offered with service and designed to be applicable to a wide range of customers and use-cases. The main features of the application are highlighted using the demo scenario of a hospital needing to monitor the location and availability of high value portable assets in an effort to enhance operational efficiency.  

Cambridge Internet of Things Talks: Mark Farid, Collusion artist

Mark Farid is a multimedia conceptual artist, who through an interrogative practise, examines the ethics of performing in social situations to help understand the administrated identity of the individual, in relationship to the institutions and systems.   Currently using technology to dissect these systems, Farid aims to help understand the power structures that bind together the collective of individuals, which act as the cogs in these formations. In doing so, Farid subverts the nature of this relationship in the hope of deconstructing the administering rules of function, with the aim of emancipating the participant and audience from these very power…

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