An open IOT with no centralized control needs a distributed architecture based on open standards and interfaces, with control of objects in the hands of the owners of the objects. In many ways, this is more important for industrial IOT than smart homes. Businesses that have, say, chemical plants do not want parts of that … Continue reading Distributed IOT
The Internet opened up the ability for anyone to communicate with anyone else on the planet. It created a level playing field for the distribution of information. That is why it has been successful. The Internet of Things was expected to do the same for "Smart Devices". Instead, what we have today is a small … Continue reading Internet of Things or Islands of Things?