Time to present the third episode in our Internet of Things Collections blog series: the Connected Coffee Machine! Fridges and coffee machines are probably in the top 3 “things an IoT tinkerer is likely to connect one day or another…”. Not wanting to fail tradition, the tech team at EVRYTHNG decided it was time to connect our dear coffee machine to the Web through the EVRYTHNG API. “Connected as in I can send a tweet to your coffee machine and it makes me coffee?”, I hear you say. Not at all! That is so last year. 😉 We, at EVRYTHNG, are...
The call for papers for #IoT2021 is now open. This has been a premium venue for #WoT research since its start 11 years ago so we invite you all to submit your papers! #WoT #IoT #Research webofthings.org/2021/06/01/io… pic.twitter.com/6hjJbChWC4
Wondering what the @gs1 #DigitalLink standard is about? Do not fancy reading 500 pages of specs? Here is one I created earlier to extract the crux of it: 1. Web Product IDs 2. Universal Language for apps to request product data 3. A SemanticWeb reference evrythng.com/helping-brands… pic.twitter.com/Ny5zP3nh0x
Excited to join the #EPCIS WG at #GS1StandardsEvent2020 to continue the work on the nextgen EPCIS: it's all about bringing it to the Web & the IoT: #JSON, #REST & support for #sensor data and new core vocabulary terms to support even more use cases. GS1 #standards #supplychain pic.twitter.com/itYSIxV0Ay
Great talk from 3 hands-on specialists about MQTT-SN aka #MQTT for #LowPower things to understand how it is being used today and where it is going in the near future youtu.be/Cvt7LoAXau0 #IoT #UDP #LPWAN @OASISopen #standards
It's official: the @webofthings has just become a @w3c standard recommendation! Just 13 years after @vladounet @dret and I started working on it @ETH to help all #IoT things speak the same language. #interoperability #IoT #webofthings w3.org/2020/04/pressr… pic.twitter.com/cjZmyolmYD