Saturday, July 10, 2010

Video: Vint Cerf Smart Grid Talk

An interesting talk by Vint Cerf also known as the "Father of the Internet" ^^.


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Friday, July 9, 2010

CoAP Plugfest at IETF-78 in Maastricht

CoAP Plugfest at IETF-78 in Maastricht
Plugfest Technical Information

  • Chat: irc.freenode.net #coap
  • Default port: 61616
  • IP version: IPv6 by default, IPv4 optional

coap-01 test servers already on-line

  • Basic header and option header support
  • Content-Type and Uri-Path Option support
  • GET support
  • Synchronous transactions with CON, NON, ACK, RST
  • Unicast and multicast support (no retransmission)

Minimal CoAP server configuration
  • Basic header and option header support
  • Content-Type and Uri-Path Option support
  • GET support
  • Synchronous transactions with CON, NON, ACK, RST
  • Static /.well-known/r resource list
  • Unicast and multicast support
Minimal CoAP proxy configuration
Just in case someone wants to try out proxying (CoAP-CoAP or CoAP-HTTP), here are the minimal requirements in addition to those above:
  • Uri-Scheme and Uri-Authority support
  • Caching, Max-Age and Etag support

Optional feature sets

  • POST, PUT, DELETE support
  • Asynchronous transaction support
  • Retransmission
  • Max-Age, Etag and Location Option support
  • Caching
  • Dynamic /.well-known/r with query string support
Experimental features for verification

Source: IETF

Sunday, July 4, 2010

"Integrating Android apps with RESTful web interfaces" Hands-on at OSCON

Taken from Official Android Developers Blog

"This year at OSCON we and O’Reilly are co-presenting Android Hands-on. The event is on the evening of Wednesday, July 21 after the Expo-hall reception. Led by Google Android experts, the Hands-on will run from 7:00 pm-10:00 pm, and will be intense, technical, and structured. The goal is that you leave the room with foundation skills for writing interesting code for an open-source stack that runs on a pocket-sized Internet-connected device.


Some specific topics we’ll cover:
-Porting existing C codebases to Android
-Integrating Android apps with RESTful web interfaces
-UI patterns and best practices

Sign-up in advance is required, and is restricted to registered full conference attendees and speakers. Spaces are limited and will be given out on a first-come-first-served basis."

More: http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2010/06/hands-on-at-oscon.html

Video - IPSO Alliance: Promoting the use of IP for Smart Objects - EngineeringTV

Electronic Design's Bill Wong talks with Chairman Geoff Mulligan about IPSO Alliance, an open, informal and thought-leading association of like-minded organizations and individuals that promote the value of using the Internet Protocol for the networking of Smart Objects



Source: EngineeringTV

Video: “Navigating the Web of Things” demo by Alcatel-Lucent

"The Web of Things builds on the Internet of Things, proposing the extension of the Web to the physical environment of the user. Using Web design principles, one can create services and applications which interact with the real world, and the objects that compose it. In this demo, Mathieu Boussard, Bell Labs Application domain, shows the home of a user through a number of connected objects, as well as objects in a remote location, the interaction between these objects and devices, and the creation of services through three interfaces."



Source: http://www2.alcatel-lucent.com/blog/tag/internet-of-things/
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