The Internet of Things  in Science Fiction       Chris Swan
Conclusion• IPv6 will be very important  – IPv4 exhaustion already a reality (even though huge    parts of the address spa...
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CloudCamp London Internet of Things in Science Fiction
CloudCamp London Internet of Things in Science Fiction
CloudCamp London Internet of Things in Science Fiction
CloudCamp London Internet of Things in Science Fiction
CloudCamp London Internet of Things in Science Fiction
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The reading list that goes with this is XKCD (http://xkcd.com/865/), Cory Doctorow's 'Makers' (http://craphound.com/makers/download/), Charles Stross's 'Accelerando' (http://www.antipope.org/charlie/blog-static/fiction/accelerando/accelerando-intro.html/), Alastair Reynold's 'Chasm City' (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chasm_City) and Vernor Vinge's A 'Deepness in the Sky' (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Deepness_in_the_Sky).

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CloudCamp London Internet of Things in Science Fiction

  1. 1. The Internet of Things in Science Fiction Chris Swan
  2. 2. Conclusion• IPv6 will be very important – IPv4 exhaustion already a reality (even though huge parts of the address space are dark)• IoT likely to bring a new wave of economic disruption – Effects of open source platforms and connectivity are inexorably linked• Security shouldn’t be ignored – Not least because IoT will have an impact on our privacy
  3. 3. Thank you

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