Measuring people traffic has become a key intelligence metric for retail, transportation, logistics and other industry verticals. Correlating real-time people patterns with other business metrics leads to powerful insights on sales conversion rates and optimized resource allocation and distribution. Join us for this exciting talk highlighting the deployment of a people counting solution at EclipseCON.
IoT and Embedded
In this talk, we will present the CIRUS, a platform to build domain-specific PaaS platforms for real-time Ubilytics. We will demonstrate CIRUS in the context of two Internet of Things (IoT) application domains: SmartGrid and Smart Cities.
Push notifications, a key feature of every mobile operating system, allow you to quickly reach your mobile users. But beyond these devices we have today more and more connected objects (IoT) that also can receive these notifications. In this session, we’ll discuss how to implement push notifications for connected objects (and Mobile Devices) including how to integrate it with your vert.x application.
M2M is rapidly growing and since its early days different “standard” protocols have emerged (e.g. OMA-DM, TR-069, MQTT, …) or are emerging (e.g. CoAP or Lightweight M2M).
Understanding which protocol to use for which application can be intimidating, therefore we propose to give an overview of these protocols to help you understand their goals and characteristics.
We’ll present common M2M use cases and why they usually require more than just one protocol ; we will also see whether CoAP associated with Lightweight M2M allows to forge “one protocol to rule them all”.
The Internet of Things if growing, but how can you build your own connected objects?
Together with MQTT, CoAP is one of the popular IoT protocols. It provides answers to the typical IoT constraints: it is bandwidth efficient and fits in constrained embedded environment while providing friendly and discoverable RESTful API.
This tutorial aims at giving you a hands-on experience with CoAP by showing you the power and simplicity of the Eclipse Californium library for developing real world IoT application.
Internet of things is becoming more and more important for embedded software. Customers expect products to be able to communicate with each other and time to market decreases, also hardware resources are often limited and energy efficiency is of a strong concern. Tools should be able to adapt to these often fast changing environments. Such adaptability must go beyond adding a couple of new dialogs or data attributes in the repository --- the languages underlying the tools themselves must be extensible.
Machine-to Machine (M2M) promises to interconnect billions of devices in near future covering various domains. However, M2M is suffering from a high vertical fragmentation of current M2M markets and lack of standards. To bridge this gap, we propose the Eclipse OM2M project, a horizontal ETSI-based service platform for M2M interoperability. OM2M follows a RESTful approach with open interfaces to enable developing services and applications independently of the underlying network.