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Arms and Legs for the Internet of Things

This talk outlines some examples of including robots in the internet of things as part of Pic-Nic 2012

Florian Michahelles

on 17 September 2012

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Transcript of Arms and Legs for the Internet of Things

Florian Michahelles, Pic-Nic 2012 Arms and Legs of the Internet of Things http://www.myrobots.com/ http://www.ericsson.com/uxblog/2012/05/ericsson-and-lego-at-mwc-2012/ Challenge: which are the meaningful activities... https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=xH8ciHbpvrs http://www.doenercopter.de/ What to do? RFID
WSN atomic components
to link the world } } Internet-oriented thing-oriented Together with industry and GS1
we architect the infrastructure of the Internet of Things [source: Bob Williams, What is the Real Business Case for the Internet of Things?, Synthesis Journal, iTSC, 2008] Augmented Reality Luigi Atzori, Antonio Iera, Giacomo Morabito. The Internet of Things: A survey, Computer Networks 54 (2010) 2787,805. established sphere of networked information The Internet of Things mostly has been about input. 1. starter set
receive, send, real-world search
2. identify basic activities:
press, carry, touch, move
3. requirements
localization, power, roaming/hand-over
4. integration
guide robots through things, forget ontologies use the real-world
exploit product master data
5. Find human robot interaction metaphors
(programming/natural/gesture) language
...and interaction modalities.
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