The infrastructure of the city has traditionally been seen as the material, the roads, the buildings, parks and lakes. With the Open Data city we are looking for and at the immaterial. 'Immaterials' (Matt Jones), formless dimensions in our daily environments such as data and wifi clouds. The data dimension is immaterial, it affects everything, and yet we cannot reach out and touch it.\nThis dimension of the immaterial effects the way that the city operates.\n
Crowdflow.net. This was data that no-one knew was being collected. If you owned an Apple iPhone you probably weren&#x2019;t aware that the phone was tracing your every movement by identifying which and WiFi networks and phone transmitters the phone was logging into. When this file was found a group in Germany designed a script that could allow people to donate their data which allowed this mapping. Closed data being opened\n
Fukishima - Platforms such as Pachube came into their own after the recent tsunami. With the subsequent meltdowns at Fukashima Pachube radiation monitoring nodes were created that augmented and challenged the official radiation figures being released\n
Transcript of "We Are Sensors (Julian Tait)"
We are sensorsTaking Control in the Internet of Things
Monday 31st January 2011 Friday 15th April 2011
IPv4 - 32 bit addresses - 4.3x1094d3e:792d:ef3c:8a9eIPv6 - 128 bit addresses - 3.4×10384d3e:792d:ef3c:8a9e:3da6:e5c3:003g:f5ea