Web of Systems: Seamless collaboration both among machines and between machines and humans
Just imagine, every sensor, and every machine has its own IP address. This opens formidable opportunities, for instance, in manufacturing, building technologies, energy management and healthcare. In order to realize this vision: machines have to speak the same language. This talk will introduce a machine-centric interpretation of the Internet of Things: in a Web of Systems sensor nodes and machines will decide themselves where to process and who to share data with. The “Web of Systems” is just about to move from the lab into pilot projects. This talk will present some of the recent outcomes of the Siemens’ lab in Berkeley in collaboration with UC Berkeley.
Florian Michahelles is the head of research group at Siemens Web of Things.
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