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SachinEE
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SachinEE,
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10/30/2014 | 2:11:56 PM
Re: Http, Xml for machines
"They say the  "goal is to make the IoT market more appealing to a broader range of business sectors by making every step of the process -- pricing, buying devices, activating services and supporting them -- simpler.""

IOT markets need simplicity in the form of powerful strategies that are going to work in a 3-fold manner. Firstly, they will maximize engineering and design principles thus creating more jobs. Secondly they will be acquiring market confidence to ensure market readiness when the tech is delivered. Thirdly, communicating over a grid requires communication with partners. This would allow multiple companies (startups or others) to form a bond.
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10/16/2014 | 9:20:00 AM
Re: Http, Xml for machines
It seems Aeris may be on to something useful here. With their 20 years experience, and hopes to get more aboard it does seem logical to move forward. 

They say the  "goal is to make the IoT market more appealing to a broader range of business sectors by making every step of the process -- pricing, buying devices, activating services and supporting them -- simpler."


I'd buy into that for sure, simpler is better if they can pull it through.
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10/15/2014 | 12:10:04 PM
Http, Xml for machines
I wonder, is it too soon yet to have M2M protocols.   

Http and Xml for machine to machine communications?

As a SOA developer, I've always wondered when (if) my skills have already been employed in many data-based machine to machine appplications, now I wonder if IoT opens up new reaches for application work.

Here's a letter I wrote some years ago to Wired:

Make the Machine Invisible

Machine-Machine: People will stop looking at the benefits of direct interaction with a computer and start looking at its pitfalls and displeasures. Background processing - the stuff that mainframe computers do well - will resurface.

http://archive.wired.com/wired/archive/1.03/1.3_invisible.html

 


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