On 19th and 20th September, London will host the Smart Home Summit 2017. While IoT is a hot topic, it is at such conferences that the real actors come. The agenda looks impressive. The speakers too. The list includes the usual suspects and newcomers, among which:
#IoT devices are like #Grothendieck’s work: they are associated with high value data, only we don’t know yet how important is the data. The problem of #BigData and all the data generated by autonomous devices connected to the internet of objects is the absence of standardization. IoT is a source of digital information organized in analog way: infinite or unspecified possibilities waiting to be identified and exploited to some extent.
The GovITHub program has just gotten one more prize at the Webit Awards. One more reason to be the proud Winner for CEE Region as
Best Innovation Through Legislation.
Congratululations to all the members of the team.
Estonia, you are not alone!
This small guy can crawl under cars, climb steps, and hide in the bushes. Sounds scary ? It is no longer science-fiction. The video in the article is even more impressive.
The wheel is a revolutionary invention — as they say — but going back to basics sometimes opens new pathways. Robots that traverse terrain on legs are on the rise, most notably the Boston Dynamics Big Dog series of robots — and [Ghost Robotics]’ Minitaur quadruped aims to keep pace. One of [Ghost Robotics] founders, […]
via Quadruped Robot Can Crawl Under Cars and Jump-Kick-Open Doors — Hackaday
By Nadia Sotnikova As someone working at an indie publishing agency, reading about robots that write news articles is terrifying and exciting at the same time. I am not a writer; I am a marketer, so the prospect of another major shakedown of the publishing industry makes me hope if not for a better […]
via Robots Will Change The Way We Write — A Writer’s Path
LinkedIn is a nice blogging platform. Not all the features of WordPress, but many quality articles. Anyway, while browsing, I’ve found a nice article about IoT. Here is the link: