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Internet of Things - 10/12/2015 IST 195

by: Ryan Ratty

Internet of Things - 10/12/2015 IST 195 IST 195 - M001

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Ryan Ratty
Information Technologies
J. Rubin

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Here are the notes from 10/12/2015 for Rubin IST 195.
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ryan Ratty on Friday October 30, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to IST 195 - M001 at Syracuse University taught by J. Rubin in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 52 views. For similar materials see Information Technologies in Information technology at Syracuse University.


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Date Created: 10/30/15
Week 7 Internet of Things Examples of Internet of Things Alarm clock gt Heater gt Garage door gt Coffee machine First Instance Internet Coke Machine 1982 CarnegieMellon students thought of an idea to check the status of sodas in the vending machine without having to go down and check for yourself 10000 Foot Overview Sensors and actuators embedded in physical objects from roadways to pacemakers Devices are linked through wiredwireless networks Networked interconnection of everyday things Billions of connected devices needs IPV 6 Connection Types Person to machine Machine to machine Person to person How This Works Mesh network Each mode cooperates amp relays data for the network Wireless Technologies RFID WiFi BTLE Zigbee Zwave Big Data and Cloud Computing Important aspects in the sense of analysis and data storage Zigbee wwwzigbeeorg Open wireless standard to provide foundation for the Internet of Things Nonprofit Promoted as Reliable low power scalable secure global


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