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It is well understood that the Internet of Things represents unprecedented challenges of scope, with trillions of appliances, sensors, and actuators expected to be connected over the coming years. What is not yet appreciated is that current peer-to-peer networking schemes will be unable to create the kind of publish / discover / subscribe architectures that will be needed. Instead, a new type of self-classified data stream is needed, which can only be enabled by open-source collaborations in defining and implementing the emerging architecture of the IoT. Mr. daCosta will explore the implications of open source for end devices and networking equipment, as well as describing how even proprietary IoT data flows can help build an open source implementation.
Presented at IoTWorldEvent, June 16, 2014