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  1. Introduction Smart metering using IoT has the potential to increase efficient use of utilities and identify and resolve issues in supply infrastructure in the utility industry. One definition of smart metering is the collection of metering data on utility (electricity, water, gas) use, and the systems and processes that derive value from the data. It also enables two-way communications from the meter to utility providers and users, and involves intelligence and processing within the meter that differentiates it from simple automated meter-reading systems that send a reading at specified i
  2. I suppose this article might be interesting for this IoT community. It dwells upon major smart devices that have been invented and brought to life recently. For example, well-known device Cardiomo that allows monitoring heart and breath rate due to a small patch, or the one that has just appeared on Kickstarter - SolarGaps, smart window blinds able to accumulate solar energy and even save it to sell to your electricity provider. The one that is the craziest (to my mind) is Luciding, a way to lucid dreams. You have to wear it and during REM stage it'll "wake up" your brain to make your spleep
  3. ON Semiconductor have introduced a range of IoT wireless sensors for measuring temperature, moisture, pressure and proximity that are battery-free and microcontroller-free—using standard protocols. https://www.allaboutcircuits.com/industry-articles/the-rundown-of-on-semiconductors-smart-passive-sensors-sps-for-the-iot/
  4. Casino hacked via a thermometer in a lobby aquarium – what a nice story. Sad, there is no technical details in the article. http://www.businessinsider.de/hackers-stole-a-casinos-database-through-a-thermometer-in-the-lobby-fish-tank-2018-4?r=UK&IR=T
  5. Introduction Replacing prisons with high tech systems capable of detaining prisoners in their own homes and the use of artificial intelligence to predict and prevent imminent offenses may sound the stuff of science fiction, but rapid advances in technology surrounding IoT makes such a vision a possibility worth discussing. A system that effectively turns prisoners into internet nodes using IoT wearables with the ability to deliver electric shocks would have significant social impact. These ramifications need to be taken into account along with engineering design and legal considerati
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    October: The Australian Maker Movement and its IoT Impact Our October event is on, usual time, usual place: 6:30pm, Thursday, October 5th, 2017. Stag & Hunter Hotel, Mayfield. Upstairs function room - look for the staircase in the middle of the pub. The Maker Movement is worldwide phenomenon that has put the creative and technical tools, once reserved for professionals, into the hands of amateurs and enthusiasts. And the results have been spectacular - inventions, businesses, creations of every scale have sprouted from the hands of the self-motivated and the curious.
  7. Introduction A very important technology in the sensor discovery area, introduced in 2013, is semantic sensor networks (SSN). Describing sensors and their data in a consistent and common framework makes it easier to discover them. This particular semantic system network description was developed by a consortium of organisations around the world called the W3C. The W3C is also working with the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) to develop clarify and formalise the standards landscape for spatial information on the web. SSN is an ontology that describes aspects of the sensors and the sys
  8. Bluetooth announced a big upgrade aiming to raise its game to be the one and only wireless standard to connect all the smart devices in your home. After releasing today the specification for Bluetooth Mesh, Bluetooth is making a good case for itself. It is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: it allows low-power Bluetooth devices to create and act like a mesh network. If you’re not familiar with mesh networking, here’s what it means: most wireless communications go straight from one point to another - say, from your router to your laptop and back again. If your laptop is too far out o
  9. Imagine visiting your cardiologist and rather than being attached to a clunky machine to do an electrocardiogram test, the doctor just sprays on a conductive wearable mesh that can track your heart for a week. That's one possibility based on this new conductive mesh technology that researchers at the University of Tokyo have built. Full article: https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-07/uot-bwe071217.php
  10. Microsoft said we’d find Cortana in more places going forward and last week it announced a second IoT device, known as GLAS, made by a Johnson Controls. The company is well known for making HVAC equipment and controllers, and are the makers of the first electric room thermostat. It appears that GLAS will include a translucent touchscreen display that will allow owners to alter room temperatures, check energy usage and air quality, and see calendar information. More details on https://www.theverge.com/2017/7/19/16000474/microsoft-cortana-thermostat-johnson-controls-glas
  11. Australian startup Matter has announced an intelligent energy meter named 'Faraday'. It is a Power Line Communication (PLC) energy sensor that is used for monetization of energy applications. The company expects it to improve reliability and reduce the cost of installing intelligent solar energy meters. Read the full press release: https://prwire.com.au/pr/71671/matter-announces-faraday-a-new-genre-of-solar-energysensor-for-the-internet-of-things-that-also-fixes-wireless-dead-zones
  12. Google's subsidiary Nest is launching in Australia today. The smart home pioneer enters the local residential market offering smoke detectors and security systems, but its most popular device, a machine-learning powered thermostat, is not being sold yet. More details: https://nest.com/press/leading-connected-home-brand-nest-launches-in-australia/
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    Unearthed Digital Tribes Create a prototype with Raspberry Pi and allowance (to purchase extra hardware) provided. Industry mentors will be available throughout competition period and if you are based in Perth, there will be desk spaces at CORE and maker space, SOLDER for you to work out off. You could stand to win $2500! Register for the event here before 29 June, Thursday: http://unearthed.link/DT17_LP2
  14. Hi everyone, Are you interested in developing something with a Raspberry Pi? Unearthed is running an event, Digital Tribes, which presents great opportunities to connect with industry and utilize your IoT skills on real-world challenges. It is free to participate, with Raspberry Pis and some money for additional hardware provided. You could stand to win up to $2500! Industry mentors are available throughout the competition period and if you are based in Perth, there will be desk spaces at CORE and maker space SOLDER for you to work out of. The event officially launches on
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