Internet Of Things: Between Blah-tsunami And Meaningful Applications

Logistics industry benefits from products with intelligent memory Saarbrucken/Hanover, Germany, March 18, 2009 – a consortium under the leadership of the German Research Center for artificial intelligence is committed to the task, to develop products with memory. The project is called semantic product memory\”(SemProM). The researchers describe some scenarios where writing diary products could be used, forget about a shopping Assistant for an old lady, who is a little scatterbrained and sometimes something. Merk-enabled things to remedy this. If Grandma doesn’t remember what she wanted, her clever Rollator will meet future purchasing decisions. Products should know soon, she owns and what they all have experienced in this way for example, product pirates to confront’, so technology review blogger Peter Glaser.

The desolate touch of inorganic, under which most objects had to suffer so far might be different a kind of intelligence, the us as a new,. diverse useful micro-machine environment to surround. This touches me a notion of murmuring box rows at the supermarket, communicates a noise like a well-stocked restaurant, in between a few judicious dowels in the electrical Department is already too much me. \”Now things should be capable of expressing and I mean not just a peeping sensor I see to flood a blah tsunami on us\”, Gandhi feared. The logistical advantages of the Internet of things are indisputable, because companies can only manage what you can measure also. This principle simple in principle presents itself often in practice as a problem. If is about a retailer not in the position to measure the level of its shelves, then he won’t be able, to increase the availability of its merchandise in the store: so lose up to eight percent of sales by so-called out-of-stock situations (OOS). With the RFID wireless technology get first information systems Eyes\”and ears\” and ability to the low cost measurement of their environment.