the Internet of Things„questions concerning information and society‟  Internet of Things Conferentie  Rotterdam, 9 april 2...
Phenomenology (Onthology)   Martin Heidegger     The question concerning technology (1954/1977)         „The essence of ...
Informatics  Claude Shannon    The mathematical theory of Communication             (1948)        “If the number of mess...
Internet of Things – Machine2Machine communication  Sundmaeker c.s.    Internet of Things (2010)        In the context o...
Systems theory - (epistemology) - I    Ludwig von Bertalanffy      General systems theory (1969)          A system or “o...
Systems Theory and Interoperability of Information   Niklas Luhmann     Social Systems (1995 English edition)         “T...
Interoperability of Information - II                                                                             N Systems...
Interoperability of Information - III                           Double contingency                                        ...
Interoperability of Information - IV                          System and Environment                                      ...
Interoperability of Information - V                              Communication and Action                          Informa...
Interoperability of Information – VI                                          Interpenetration                            ...
Interoperability of Information – VI  Karl Weick    Sensemaking (1995)        Enactment i.e. the act of assigning meanin...
Internet of Things - Context  Paul Dourish      Like ordinariness, context is managed       moment by moment, achieved by...
Network-centric warfare – Internet of Things               “The difficulty will therefore no longer lie in understanding e...
Internet of Things and Emergent properties   Andy Clarke     Natural-Born Cyborgs (2003)         For better or for worse...
Vragen?ben.van.lier@centric.eu@Ben_van_Lierwww.centric.eu/benvanlier
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Presentatie Internet of Things Conferentie 9 april 2013 door Ben van Lier van Centric

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Ben van Lier, Internet of Things-expert van Centric, sprak tijdens de tweede Internet of Things-conferentie die op dinsdag 9 april werd gehouden in Rotterdam.

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Presentatie Internet of Things Conferentie 9 april 2013 door Ben van Lier van Centric

  1. 1. the Internet of Things„questions concerning information and society‟ Internet of Things Conferentie Rotterdam, 9 april 2013 Dr. Ben van Lier CMC Director Strategy & Innovation
  2. 2. Phenomenology (Onthology) Martin Heidegger  The question concerning technology (1954/1977)  „The essence of modern technology lies in Enframing‟  “Thus the question as to how we are to arrive at a relationship to the essence of technology, asked in this way, always comes too, late.  But never too late comes the question as to whether we actually experience ourselves as the ones whose activities everywhere, public and private, are challenged forth by Enframing.  Above all, never too late comes the question as to whether and how we actually admit ourselves into that wherein Enframing itself comes to present” (1954/1977:24)
  3. 3. Informatics Claude Shannon  The mathematical theory of Communication (1948)  “If the number of messages in the set is finite then this number or any monotonic function of this number can be regarded as a measure of the information produced when one message is chosen from the set”
  4. 4. Internet of Things – Machine2Machine communication Sundmaeker c.s.  Internet of Things (2010)  In the context of Internet of Things a thing could be defined as a real/physical or digital/virtual entity that exists and move in space and time and is capable of being identified either by assigned identification numbers, names and/or location addresses https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cpbbrpgwu2I OECD  M2M:Connecting billions of devices 2012  Devices that are actively communicating using wired and wireless networks, that are not computers in the traditional sense and are using the internet in some form or another (2012:7)
  5. 5. Systems theory - (epistemology) - I Ludwig von Bertalanffy  General systems theory (1969)  A system or “organized complexity” may be circumscribed by the existence of strong interactions or interactions which are non trivial i.e. nonlinear. The methodological problem of systems theory, therefore, is to provide for problems which, compared with the analytical-summative ones of classical science, are of a more general nature” (1969:19) Gregory Bateson  Steps to an ecology of mind (1972)  A bit of information is definable as a difference which makes a difference. Such a difference, as it travels and undergoes successive transformation information in a circuit, is an elementary idea”. (1972:315)
  6. 6. Systems Theory and Interoperability of Information Niklas Luhmann  Social Systems (1995 English edition)  “Thus the concept of systems refers to something that is in reality a system and thereby incurs the responsibility of testing its statements against reality”. (1995:13) Context Semantics Technology Hybrid system Self-referential and autopoietic Interoperable
  7. 7. Interoperability of Information - II N Systems N Systems Context Context System Semantics Interoperability Semantics Technology Technology Hybrid system Hybrid system “The realisation of mutual relations between two or more systems and entities in order to use these connections to exchange and share information to further develop activities, functionality or production”.
  8. 8. Interoperability of Information - III Double contingency N Systems Context Context System Semantics Semantics Technology Technology
  9. 9. Interoperability of Information - IV System and Environment N Systems Context Context System Semantics Semantics Technology Technology
  10. 10. Interoperability of Information - V Communication and Action Information – Utterance – Understanding N Systems Context Context System Semantics Semantics Technology Technology Information – Utterance – Understanding
  11. 11. Interoperability of Information – VI Interpenetration Information – Utterance – Understanding Interpenetration N Systems Context Context System Semantics Semantics Technology Technology Interpenetration Information – Utterance – Understanding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZvDqumaLIY
  12. 12. Interoperability of Information – VI Karl Weick  Sensemaking (1995)  Enactment i.e. the act of assigning meaning  Sense is generated by words that are combined into the sentences of conversations to convey something about our ongoing experience (1995:106)  Because technology is a crucial part of organizations, it is important to incorporate it into any discussion of sensemaking (1995:114)
  13. 13. Internet of Things - Context Paul Dourish  Like ordinariness, context is managed moment by moment, achieved by those carrying out some activity together, and relative to that activity and to the forms of action and engagement that it entails. (2004:25)
  14. 14. Network-centric warfare – Internet of Things “The difficulty will therefore no longer lie in understanding each individual, autonomous, autopoeitic and self-referential system, but in the existence and the nature of the relationship between these systems” van Lier & Hardjono Systems Practice and Action Research (2011) volume 24 pg. 479-497
  15. 15. Internet of Things and Emergent properties Andy Clarke  Natural-Born Cyborgs (2003)  For better or for worse (almost certainly for both), human technology symbiosis is poised to transform our lives both as individuals and as collective groups.  At the individual level, new transparent technologies will increasingly blur the already fuzzy boundary between the user and her tools for thought;  at the collective level distributed activity-sensitive software will enable us to press new knowledge from electronic trails of use and access. (2003:165)
  16. 16. Vragen?ben.van.lier@centric.eu@Ben_van_Lierwww.centric.eu/benvanlier
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