Monthly Archives: November 2014
Initially, this website was supposed to be a blog that covers my attendances to various IoT related events. Eventually it became an IoT news/opinions site. I am still to appear at a lot of various events, starting now. If you happen to be at any of these – come say hi!
You think that we’re in the peak of data collected, stored and processed right now? Think again and consider the vast amount of approximately 30B new devices that already started connecting. Think of the spread and the data they will gather.
Explaining IoT can be a real challenge when you have to present it to someone not that keen on tech as you. I bet you have been also caught in an awkward situation, so I want to share my approach doing this.
While browsing your notes have you ever found one that makes perfect sense to you? Like you can completely recreate the moment and your thoughts by that time. Today I found a diagram doodle. I think it is worth sharing with you.
Researching Internet of Things based opportunities and witnessing all the small revolutions that take place every day brought couple of conclusions, which I have compiled in a short list. It is accompanied by couple of notes, which I would like to share with you today.
If you are fond of prototyping, you are probably reading this article just out of curiosity – I truly believe you already have an Arduino of any kind at your work plot. If you do not, you can use this guide to find out how to get started with Arduino – easy and quick.
The very first guest in our Faces section is Plamen. He is part of the Johnson Controls team since 2006 and he can account for enormous knowledge when it comes to connected devices, especially vehicles. He was also part of the Mazda Connect launch team and here is the little chat we’ve had on it today.
Hello! My name is Nickola Naous and I currently reside in Bulgaria, Europe. I know a thing or two about tech, I am an entrepreneur and I am also very interested in connected devices of all kind. Apparently, I am also fond of monkeys.