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Nov. 15-20 Notes

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Stephanie Samar
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Date Created: 12/05/15
Class 26 November 19th 2015 Internet of Things Internet of Things The term internet of things was first used by Kevin Ashton in 1999 It refers to uniquely identifiable objects things and their virtual representations in an internet like structure From any time any place connectivity for anyone we will now have connectivity for anything City applications Smart parking monitoring of parking spaces availability in the city Structural health monitoring of vibrations and material conditions in buildings bridges and historic monuments Noise Urban Maps sound monitoring in bar areas and centric zones in real time Smartphone detection Detect smart phones and in general any device which works with WiFi or Bluetooth interfaces Electromagnetic field levels measurement of the energy radiated by cell stations and WiFi routes Smart lighting intelligent and weather adaptive lighting in street lights Waste management Detection of rubbish levels in containers to optimize the trash collection routes Smart roads intelligent highways with warning messages and diversions according to climate conditions and unexpected events like accidents or traffic jams Things connected communicated between physical world and the information world Information application Integrated Application Layer Information processing Management Layer Information transmission Network Construction Layer Information generation Sense and identification Outlook to the future of loTs Innovative development Ubiquitous network society Embedded intelligence and networking of embedded intelligence 0 Ambient monitoring in schools buildings environmental monitoring home automation personalization localization positioning ect Healthcare management food traceability Transportation Challenges in the Future of loTs IoT will inherit the drawbacks of the current internet on an infinitely larger but more invisible scale 0 Privacy will be a huge issue when implementing IoT 0 Identity Online fragmentation of identity 0 Efficiency speed person loses identity and becomes a unique IP address 0 Decisions do not delegate too much of out decision making and freedom of choice to things and machines Could reach 40 billion devices by 2015 The benefits of using RFID from what category driver include tracking tracing control and authentication 1 Reduce Cost 2 Increase Security 3 Generate value 4 Fulfill requirements In the following example what type of addressing is used ltimg at Sears Ad height quot200 src quotSearsjpg widthquot141quot gtltpgt 1 Absolute 2 Alternate 3 Hosted 4 Source 5 Relative What IoT technology discussed in class could by used to improve inventory management 1 Geotagging Product Metadata RFID Tags Crowdsourcing Folksonomies WPquot What term is used to describe the information collected describing the action as opposed to the data itself 1 Metadata 2 Hastagging 3 Packets 4 Entities


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