Cyber security flaws can kill

Internet of Things is going to affect more and more our everyday life. All kinds of devices have got or are getting network connectivity. It seems that the IoE is inevitable. We must expect a rapidly growing number of devices to be rendered “smart” and thence to become interconnected. Internet of Everything’ (IoE) – the

IoT guidelines for cellular networks

Many IoT devices are expected to use cellular networks and operators expect to get lots money on the process (Beecham Research  expects  US$8.9 billion in connectivity revenues for mobile operators by 2020). The threads to that are that huge number of IoT devices can at worst case seriously overload the limited cellular network resources.  Cellular

IoT World

I just found my way to an interesting Internet of Things related web site: IoT World is a community of professionals like you, who aim to bring intelligence to everyday devices and connect them together to profoundly alter the way we work, play, and live. The site will provide news, training, and analysis on a

Opening IoT communications – who opens connection

  How should the IoT communications work? The communication between the IoT gateway and IoT cloud will use TCP/IP, but there are many things in addition to that. One issue is the selection of communication method, specifically which communication end initiates the communications. In a traditional “old Internet” it would have not mattered too much

My IoT model

Here is my Internet of Thing communications model:   This model tries to cover at least the most IoT situations. The idea in this model is to describe the IoT communications at suitably accurate level to cover normal situations. A real-life implementation can have all those part or it can have more than one step

Intel Edison IoT board

Intel has been active in Internet of Things product releases. As part of  IDF 2014 keynote, Intel has announced that their Edison development platform is now shipping. First announced back at CES, Edison is a development platform for Intel’s burgeoning Internet of Things development initiative. Intel is upping their bid for a place at the