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Why HP Thinks Sensors Will Lead to The Next Big Wave of Computing - NYTimes.com
By RICHARD MACMANUS of ReadWriteWeb
Published: May 28, 2010 "The basic premise of CeNSE is to create a
worldwide network of sensors that is connected to the Internet, which in
turn creates a feedback loop for objects and people. An example HP
often gives is putting thousands of sensors on a bridge, to measure
vibrations." "HP foresees services arising out of sensor data. If
traffic services were based on sensor data from bridges and roads, then
sensor data would allow companies to "build awareness" and perhaps even
deliver services that people will pay for. Consumers may be willing to
pay for the "best decision" about which route to take to a destination,
he explained. That decision would come from a combination of sensors in
the road and real-time analytics performed by HP, or a company that
processes the data."
HP  sensors  smart_infrastructure  analytics  wireless_networks  Industrial_Internet 
may 2010 by jerryking
Tomorrowland
June 2010 | The Atlantic Magazine | By Daniel D. Castro. In
the city of the future, bridges will talk to engineers, roads will
control cars, and parking spots will find you. In some places, it’s
already here.
cities  future  smart_infrastructure 
may 2010 by jerryking
Bridging the Gap - NYTimes.com
June 8, 2009 | New York Times | By HENRY PETROSKI. Argues that
essential structures need not be aesthetically inferior. Such structures
should strive to balance form and function.
infrastructure  aesthetics  design  smart_infrastructure 
june 2009 by jerryking
IBM Dives Into Water Venture - WSJ.com
MARCH 13, 2009, 7:21 A.M. ET, WSJ, by by WILLIAM M. BULKELEY.
Touting 'Smarter Planet,' Big Blue Pushes Technology to Manage Resources
water  IBM  water_footprints  smart_meters  infrastructure  smart_infrastructure 
march 2009 by jerryking

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