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“Architecting the Internet of Things” translated to Chinese

The chinese version of “Architecting the Internet of Things” is now avaliable at China Publishing thanks to IReG (Research Group on the Internet of Things, BNU), who has taken care of the translation.

 

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Not directly IoT – but interesting for those running a logistics lab

The Impact of Virtual, Remote and Real Logistics Labs The Impact of Virtual, Remote and Real Logistics LabsThe ImViReLL’12 – The Impact of Virtual, Remote and Real Logistics Labs has provided a lot of interesting contributions concerning logistics labs. The IoT may just be the missing link to combine distributed lab infrastructures. This would be a big step forward in simulating distributed supply network applications. The conference proceedings are available from Springer and Amazon.

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Information billing using Fosstrak

If you wonder what my dissertation thesis was about, you may want to read my blog contribution to the Fosstrak Blog. If you want to read even more … here is a reference to the corresponding Springer and Amazon websites.

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Excellent lecture on the Internet of Things

Florian Michahelles has come up with a new lecture on Business Aspects of the Internet of Things. The lecture website is a great source of inspiration and a must read for all IoT enthusiasts. There are numerous excellent links to different sources including presentations and videos.

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New Internet of Things group in Mendeley

There is a newly created group on the Internet of Things in Mendeley. This may help to exchange published papers and to collaborate in research on the IoT.

Internet of Things is a group in Computer and Information Science, Economics, Engineering on Mendeley.

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How to prevent theft of digital cameras in the IoT

Together with Mark Harrison I have published a new paper on the RFID Journal website: RFID Journal. Hopefully some camera manufacturers will read this. In the meantime someone pointed me to the following website: stolencamerafinder. It seems that some camera manufacturers already write a camera ID to the EXIF files. It would be a logical next step to do the same for the lenses used.

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New RACE networkRFID newsletter (May 2011) available

There is a new RACE networkRFID newsletter available. It contains results from an interesting RFID survey.

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Architecting the Internet of Things

There is a new book from Springer available on Architecting the Internet of Things. The foreword as well as chapter 1 can be downloaded for free at Springer. An overview about the book content can also be downloaded from the RACE networkRFID (now RFID in Europe) website.

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