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Internet of Things analytics engines are complex to use and often optimized for a single domain or limited to proprietary data. A prototype system shows that existing Web analytics technologies can successfully be repurposed for IoT applications including sensor monitoring and user engagement tracking.
The Internet of Things (IoT) will democratize knowledge. Organizations are looking for ways to create active knowledge and insight from IoT data and apply this data to new business models in which understanding and addressing customer needs and demands is key. To ensure that the IoT can meet this challenge, the author identifies six key interest areas.
This article offers expert opinion on two Internet of Things (IoT) perspectives. The first is a research agenda for the IoT to ensure the development of a trusted, secure, reliable, and interoperable net-centric computing environment. The second discusses the IoT as a human agent, extension, and complement.
What can you glean from using inexpensive, off-the-shelf parts to create Internet of Things (IoT) use cases? As it turns out, a lot. The fast productization of IoT technologies is leaving users vulnerable to security and privacy risks.
Engineering Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud services to provide a coherent software layer for continuous deployment, provision, and execution of applications for various domains is complex.
A proposed property-aware name service simultaneously supports what, where, and when properties of each IoT object through unique, text-based, and human-readable identity assignments.