Conference keynote pinpoints Internet of Things as major game changer for platform and highlights Java 8 as huge step towards platform unification
#internet of things
Eclipse Ponte Project collaborator Matteo Collina talks about his work, his perspective on M2M systems, and MGTTs future in the IoT.
A Government backed consortium hopes to switch the next generation of employees on to the benefits of smart devices.
With a flurry of new developments, we talk to those at the heart of the Eclipse M2M movement to discuss what’s new.
With the number of Eclipse M2M projects continuing to grow, here’s an infographic from March’s JAX Magazine showing how they all interlink
Just what the Internet of Things needed – a new Eclipse project dedicated to bringing OSGi capabilitities to M2M.
The duo plan to fine-tune Java on ARMs 32-bit and 64-bit platforms, in hope of making Java the lingua franca for the Internet of Things.
New project aims to increase security, standardise data formats and messaging protocols.
Is OASIS’s seal of approval exactly what the Internet of Things needs to meet its lofty goals?
The company behind *that* CES keynote have teased a new M2M platform running Java ME Embedded 3.2.
Originally appearing in JAX Magazine, Benjamin Cabé introduces Koneki – the new Eclipse venture into M2M technology – included in the Juno release train