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June Newsletter, check it out.
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Some new screenshots from Taftek, an OpenRemote Certified Integrator in Poland.
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One more specification to add to the long list of specifications.

#XMPP #IOT #Discovery  
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Food for thought:

"We can build a fundamentally more efficient system by prudently leveraging centralization rather than trying to manage things in a peer-to-peer, decentralized manner.  [...] In a software-defined network, a centralized controller has a complete end-to-end view of the entire network, and knowledge of all network paths and device capabilities resides in a single application. As a result, the controller can calculate paths based on both source and destination addresses; use different network paths for different traffic types; and react quickly to changing networking conditions."

"In addition to delivering these features, the controller serves as a single point of configuration. This full programmability of the entire network from a single location, which finally enables network automation, is the most valuable aspect of SDN. [...] So a centralized controller knows all and sees all and hardwires routes by directly programming routers.”

"Does this mean the controller is a single process? Not at all. It's logically centralized, but may be split up among numerous machines as is typical in any service architecture. This is how it can scale."
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Intel earlier this month launched an SD-card sized computer with Wifi and Bluetooth integrated on the board. The form-factor is very appealing and the WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity are interesting for mainstream developers.

What impact do you think Edison will have on IoT?
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A successful implementation of Internet of Things means hardware vendors will have to learn how to support and maintain their device software for many, many years beyond their initial release. Something they currently have no experience of, and is not part of their current business models.

"This isn't surprising, of course. Samsung doesn't make any money from making your two-year-old phone better. Samsung makes its money when you buy a new Samsung phone. Improving the old phones with software updates would cost money, and that tends to limit sales of new phones. For Samsung, it's lose-lose.

Our fridges, cars, and TVs are not even on a two-year replacement cycle. Even if you do replace your TV after it's a couple years old, you probably won't throw the old one away. It will just migrate from the living room to the master bedroom, and then from the master bedroom to the kids' room.

These are all durable goods, kept for the long term without any equivalent to the smartphone carrier subsidy to promote premature replacement. If they're going to be smart, software-powered devices, they're going to need software lifecycles that are appropriate to their longevity."


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A comparison of development boards: Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone Black, Intel Galileo and Arduino Yun.
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Challenges of underwater Internet -- feeding shrimp.

Balloons, drones and meshes. The many ways of building a global Internet.
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Combining pushover notifications with OpenRemote, from +Michal Rutka 
Pushover is a simple mobile notification system available for Android and iOS. It is similar to the Notify My Android however it is not free. Its API makes it possible to configure messages with custom icons (see images left) and…
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From all of us at OSI, a big congrats to our partners who won InfoWorld's 2014 Technology of the Year Awards! +CloudBees  +Hadoop  +Neo4j  +OpenRemote  +MongoDB 
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January newsletter has been sent out, check your inbox or read it below.

- New integrations
- New certified integrators in Cyprus, India, Poland, Switzerland, Canada and USA
- #SmartCity implementation linking street lighting, people counting systems, microphones, weather, parking space and social media.
- How to Smart Home book from Othmar Kyas helping you implement your first OpenRemote project.
- And the #IoT Challenge.

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Open Source Automation
Introduction

OPEN SOURCE AUTOMATION

Choose Any Hardware. Design On Any Panel. 
Deploy On Any Platform. Control Everything.

The Open Source Way.

Welcome to OpenRemote, we are an Open Source community in the automation and domotics space. We develop panel and control software. We use off-the-shelf hardware and integrate with a variety of protocols in the field. We target hobbyists and professionals alike. We promote and practice open standards and integration.


Open Standards in a Closed World

We believe the automation market is rapidly changing. It remains mostly a market of closed protocols. At OpenRemote we take an open approach to automation. Our panel technology integrates with your favorite protocol and runtime hardware through Open Source software.

Today an installer specializes in a vertical stack of end-to-end products and a user makes choices about the products. We open up the front-end and support a unified panel and visual programming model. An installer can pick and choose hardware products from different vendors and still present one panel UI to the user. A proprietary hardware vendor can build modern panel support and integrate with existing vendors.


Commercial and Residential Offerings

Whether you are a DIY aficionado, a high-end installer, a hardware vendor or integrator, OpenRemote has something for you. We want to make OpenRemote the standard for commercial and hobbyist integration alike. We integrate with a variety of protocols out of the box and we allow any integrator or vendor to write plug-ins. We also bring innovative tools that simplify the work of an installer and the relationship with the client. We also consult for industry vendors on how to best integrate our technology in their offerings.


Design and Configure Online

OpenRemote Designer is an online software application designed to rapidly and easily create touch-driven control panels. You can create multiple user profiles and customize user interfaces for each one: each user profile can have its individual preferences, favorites and individual set of controls and tailored for panel hardware capabilities.

You can maintain protocol configurations, add or remove commands, and change user interface layouts as your customer's preferences evolve. Configuration changes can be automatically downloaded to customer installation.

We support deployment of panels on Apple iPhones, Apple iPad, Android phones and tablets and standard desktop web browsers.

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