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Why We Need To Listen To Our Things?

  1. 1. Why We Need To Listen To Our Things FaceMePLS
  2. 2. @ David Orban Chief Evangelist
  3. 3. Who?
  4. 4. Where?
  5. 5. http2007 gutter Rdesai
  6. 6. When?
  7. 7. Spreading the Idea. Involve people. First Quarter Action Plan
  8. 8. What?
  9. 9. The Open Internet Of Things
  10. 10. Shaping The Vocabulary Open Internet of Things Earth Monitoring Social Hardware P2Pscience SpimeTalk Bruce Sterling Vernor Vinge
  11. 11. SP ace + t IME A new category of objects aware of their surroundings GPS positioning Memory Communication Sensing Bruce Sterling 15
  12. 12. Example 1.
  13. 13. CO2 Spime Collects CO2 levels Communicates wirelessly Visualizes collected data online
  14. 14. CO2 sensor based mobile phone Available in ‘09 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Blue Telephony, and CPS Group Italia collaborate on a new range of environmentally aware mobile phones based on the OpenSpime technology platform Consumers who want to learn about their environment are targeted with the creation of a new category of devices for a greener future London, United Kingdom San Francisco, CA, USA Milan, Italy June 18, 2008 Blue Telephony, creator of the Onyx line of innovative mobile phones, and CPS Group Italia a leading system integrator for mobile solutions, announce the development of a new generation of green phones, capable of sensing, and displaying CO2 concentrations. Blue Telephony, and CPS Group Italia announced today their joint initiative to collaborate on a new range of mobile phones, and accessories, attuned to the needs of those consumers who are concerned about the quality of the environment surrounding them. The collaboration focuses on the development of integrated sensor technologies, starting with CO2 concentration sensing, and the visualization techniques that make the data collected easily understandable by non-technical users. quot;We are very excited to be able and extend our Onyx product line with these innovative devices,quot; said Zafar Mirza, CEO of Blue Telephony, quot;offering them to our customers who are very sensitive to the quality of their environment!quot; quot;Once again, our cooperation with Blue Telephony is strengthened by the addition of leading solutions, well integrated into the Onyx product line.quot; added Fabio Salierno, CEO of CPS Group Italia. The phones' sensor data management functionality will be based on the OpenSpime technology platform developed by WideTag, Inc., the infrastructure company for an Open Internet Of Things. quot;OpenSpime is an enabling technology platform, and we are glad that CPS Group Italia and Blue Telephony chose us for providing value to their customersquot; added Leandro Agro, CEO of WideTag, Inc. About: Blue Telephony designs, develops, CPS Group Italia is a leading WideTag, Inc. develops and and manufactures the finest mobile provider and integrator of innovative promotes the OpenSpime technology phones with Style, Elegance, and technological solutions in the areas platform to enable the Infrastructure It is not just a CO2 detection, it is a social Technology. of IT and Networking. for an Open Internet Of Things. http://onyx-innovation.com http://www.cps-group.it http://www.openspime.com enhancement of your phone... For more information please contact: Zafar Mirza, CEO Fabio Salierno, CEO David Orban, Chief Evangelist Blue Telephony CPS Group Italia WideTag, Inc. zafar@bluetelephony.com fabio.salierno@cps-group.it david.orban@openspime.com www.bluetelephony.com +39 (02) 4550-6136 +1 (650) 419-2686 onyx-innovation.com
  15. 15. Example 2.
  16. 16. Social Energy Meter
  17. 17. Example 3.
  18. 18. Exclusive SHiFT 08 Announcement!
  19. 19. WideNoise
  20. 20. An OpenSpime iPhone Application
  21. 21. Shipping Nov ’08 on the Apple AppStore
  22. 22. Why Do We Need To Listen To Our Things? FaceMePLS
  23. 23. Nite Owl
  24. 24. Seamus Murray
  25. 25. Marcin Wichary
  26. 26. The Alieness
  27. 27. .EVO.
  28. 28. bazusa
  29. 29. 2 7 > 100
  30. 30. Necessary Autonomy Platform Order of magnitude PCs ≈ 108 Mobiles ~ Humans ≈ 109 Spimes > 1010
  31. 31. Ryan Harvey
  32. 32. Deep Knowledge
  33. 33. • http://farm1.static.flickr.com/ 88/215983612_eecaa930f4_b.jpg Gaspa
  34. 34. aussiegirl
  35. 35. Wolfgang Staudt
  36. 36. How?
  37. 37. Signal To Noise
  38. 38. Signal To Signal
  39. 39. µµ
  40. 40. Dependability
  41. 41. Aggregation
  42. 42. rachel thecat
  43. 43. Second Order Knowledge
  44. 44. Jason Hutchens
  45. 45. Jason Hutchens
  46. 46. www.openspime.com