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With the rapid expansion of sensors, devices, and applications that are interconnecting at an enormous pace of change, there is an increasing need for integrating a full range of sensors and devices with enterprise and the operations systems. One particularly useful application is pet tracking.... ... (more) to exhibit at M2M Evolution in Miami

Billions of devices, sensors and applications are creating the Internet of Things. The devices and application vendors provide their own proprietary data integration to encourage quick adoption of their products. The multitude of devices, sensors and integration mechanisms is already creating silos of data. ... (more)

Build an Intruder detector with Raspberry Pi and ... provides an open standard based platform to connect your devices and sensors to the back end applications, systems, processes and people, enabling you to build the next big thing.We are going to build a basic intruder detection system using PIR motion sensor and camera. ... (more)

Is middleware relevant in the world of cloud and apps?

Most of us, when we think of middleware, messaging and MQ, we think of big corporations running huge infrastructures of EAI, ESB, Websphere or TIBCO to connect their enterprise applications. The middleware industry itself is more than 20 year old. We often ask the question, are these centralized and well managed hubs still relevant in the decentralized world of the apps and the cloud today? ... (more)

An Open Play for IoT and M2M Data Integration and Real-Time Analytics, Message Queue as a Service for IoT, M2M and application integration, exhibited their product at M2M Evolution at ITEXPO last week. The product was also presented at the Battle of the platform at the same event. The key theme was the open, standards based and interoperable nature of the platform. ... (more)