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Who Will Win Connected Product of 2013?
If you had to pick your top IoT product what would it be? Nest? Mother? What about in wearables? The Nymi? This is exactly what Denver-based Postscapes hopes to discover in their Internet of Things awards.  
Postscapes, a leading voice in the world of IoT, have opened up voting for their IoT awards which are now in their third year. There are twelve categories in total covering anything from Connected Home Product, to Connected Body Product along with Startup of the Year. And they want your input to pick the winners. 

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designersofthings:

Who Will Win Connected Product of 2013?

If you had to pick your top IoT product what would it be? Nest? Mother? What about in wearables? The Nymi? This is exactly what Denver-based Postscapes hopes to discover in their Internet of Things awards.  

Postscapes, a leading voice in the world of IoT, have opened up voting for their IoT awards which are now in their third year. There are twelve categories in total covering anything from Connected Home Product, to Connected Body Product along with Startup of the Year. And they want your input to pick the winners. 

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Posted on Thursday, January 23rd 2014

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Smarter City myths and misconceptions | The Urban Technologist

However, we are still going through the process of creating a shared understanding of Smarter Cities between all of those disciplines; and of communicating that understanding to the world at large. In the conversations taking place today as we try to do that, here are five of the most common challenges that I encounter to the idea of Smarter Cities; and why I think those challenges are based on misconceptions of how we actually go about building them.”

Posted on Thursday, July 18th 2013

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The current report does not include Big Data as a separate technology. Mr. Chui explained that the Big Data tools are coming to be a foundation technology for several of the 12 categories, including automation of knowledge work, advanced robotics, next-generation genomics, and Internet of Things, which involves embedding sensors, smart software and communications capability into machines and other physical objects. (via McKinsey: The $33 Trillion Technology Payoff - NYTimes.com)

The current report does not include Big Data as a separate technology. Mr. Chui explained that the Big Data tools are coming to be a foundation technology for several of the 12 categories, including automation of knowledge work, advanced robotics, next-generation genomics, and Internet of Things, which involves embedding sensors, smart software and communications capability into machines and other physical objects. (via McKinsey: The $33 Trillion Technology Payoff - NYTimes.com)

Posted on Thursday, May 23rd 2013

 Source The New York Times