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We Are Sensors (Julian Tait)
We Are Sensors (Julian Tait)
We Are Sensors (Julian Tait)
We Are Sensors (Julian Tait)
We Are Sensors (Julian Tait)
We Are Sensors (Julian Tait)
We Are Sensors (Julian Tait)
We Are Sensors (Julian Tait)
We Are Sensors (Julian Tait)
We Are Sensors (Julian Tait)
We Are Sensors (Julian Tait)
We Are Sensors (Julian Tait)
We Are Sensors (Julian Tait)
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We Are Sensors (Julian Tait)

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Taking control in the Internet of Things

Taking control in the Internet of Things

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    • 1. We are sensorsTaking Control in the Internet of Things
    • 2. Monday 31st January 2011 Friday 15th April 2011
    • 3. IPv4 - 32 bit addresses - 4.3x1094d3e:792d:ef3c:8a9eIPv6 - 128 bit addresses - 3.4×10384d3e:792d:ef3c:8a9e:3da6:e5c3:003g:f5ea
    • 4. A world where things willtalk to things
    • 5. Components in a or liberated machine individuals
    • 6. Taking control
    • 7. We are sensors
    • 8. Communities taking control
    • 9. Photo creditshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/rlancefield/2475983829/http://www.flickr.com/photos/gnu2000/5602665286/http://www.flickr.com/photos/eanicol/373775365/http://www.flickr.com/photos/swissdave/415703882/http://www.flickr.com/photos/absenthero/3526136350/

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