Quick guide to enabling VNC allows for remote debugging / a way of working on a raspberry pi without actually sitting next to it. After having connected to a wifi network we can begin enabling the VNC connections.
Starting new projects can be difficult, especially when the need arises to develop / debug. It is key to have a development environment that closely matches the same hardware / software production environment it will be run on in production.
Have you been slogging your winters and summers in your IoT lab making the next wonderful application? Or are you a blue-eyed enthusiast excited by the wonders of Internet of Things?
Networking is an art and conferences are the best place to practice it. You come across people who have been there and done that. Throw your ideas to peers and to big organizations that might be interested in investing in your dream. Let us have a quick look at the top IoT conference that will happen this year in 2016.
The Internet of Things is still a new tech kid on the block. People are innovating and achieving the impossible. It can be tough to quickly make sales, also something you create might not have customers. This could lead to a problem. You might waste a lot of time and as a result, depletion of funds can happen. Worst case scenario would be if customers do not like the product. There is a way of tackling both ends of this problem, crowdfunding. Crowdfunding has enabled innovators to follow their heart and seek funding from people. The customers get to use a prototype of the product and the innovator gets the return. Here are some of the best crowdfunded projects in the world of Internet of things (IoT):
Its Official, they were whispering and speculating about it. It enthused you earlier to know more but it is time for you to delve deep in the world of Internet of Things or IoT. With a constant increase in the demand for IoT professionals, it is time you graduate to the more serious scheme of things. So, get your Notepads out (Online or Offline, whatever suits you) and make notes of what you can do to learn IoT and not be ‘just’ aware of it.
The weekends are for barbeque, long walks, movies, and beer. If you are a teetotaler, longer sips of Coffee relaxed in the company of your friends and loved ones. For the more introvert kinds, it’s time to cuddle close to a book or put on that Eric Clapton record and unwind.
Everyone is smothered by news about IoT, “How Cool it is!” “It is going to change the world” “IoT is the way to the future”.
IoT or Internet of Things has been talked about a lot. We have been promised smart cars, home devices that talk to each other, warm our food in the microwave from miles away and fly in IOT-smart helicopters (Well not the helicopter bit but since we are imagining innovation, its allowed to let minds fly high). Cisco IBSG stated that there would be 25 billion devices connected to the Internet by 2015 and 50 billion by 2020. Billions of devices!! More than the number of humans that exist.
The Internet of Everything ( IoE ), also called Internet of Things ( IoT ) or Machine to Machine ( M2M ), the concept of technology having the capability to harness the power of the internet to communicate between devices. Now this concept may seem like a long shot but let’s go over some history before we can truly grasp this new Internet of Everything movement.