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Internet of Things & EDA

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etnapowers
etnapowers
6/10/2014 7:55:45 AM
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Re: automotive
"the idea of going to a fuel station and being billed automatically through the interaction of the car and the fuel pump is possibly one application of IoT in the automotive area."
 
@tzubair: nice idea! The idea that you suggested is a good example of the huge potential of the Internet of Things technology.


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etnapowers
etnapowers
6/10/2014 7:54:40 AM
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Re: automotive
@tzubair:I think that the connected cars with the IOT technology is a new solution, comprising the idea you exposed. The idea of the smart interaction cloud comprises not only the smart connection between cars but also between cars and infrastructures.

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etnapowers
etnapowers
5/8/2014 3:51:04 AM
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Re: SOS message
@Netcrawl: That's the reason for why a dedicated net has to be created and the access points have to be totally under control.

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etnapowers
etnapowers
5/8/2014 3:47:57 AM
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Re: SOS message
@samicksha, from the link that you indicated: "Intel's mobile business probably isn't floundering to the extent the current business unit breakdown would indicate, but it does indicate the chip giant is struggling to peddle its new 4G LTE chips while having trouble clearing out its older 3G inventory, said analyst Jack Gold."
 
The 4G technology could accelerate the diffusion of the internet of things, by guaranteeing a high speed connection between the smart objects on the net, provided that security protocols are implemented to save the integrity of the data.


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eafpres1
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4/30/2014 11:16:17 PM
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Re: SOS message
@Netcrawl--there are more and more integrated IoT "nodes" made with microprocessors, some RF communication, one or more sensors or inputs (like voltage, currnet, digital I/O, etc.).  Intel could leverage the Atom processors into an IoT product line.  Many of the devices out there are using ARM core processors, so Intel could offer viable competition for low power, low cost nodes.  The total volumes are thought to be in the billions, so I think that will be large enough for Intel.

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SachinEE
SachinEE
4/29/2014 2:42:10 PM
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Re: automotive
I think differentiation in the automotive industry is very essential when it comes to growth and motivation of the different companies. When a company comes up with it own unique automotive technology, it gains self esteem and poses this as a challenge to the rest to be innovative. Connecting car devices will reduce the diversity of the car technologies according to me, that is, the rate of innovation will become constant or grow at a very slow rate because not many automotive companies, especially the small ones will sweat with coming up with new inventions to promote their brand name. They will rely on inventions from bigger vehicle industries, most of which are passionate about technological advancements and have enough funds to dedicate to this.

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tzubair
tzubair
4/29/2014 2:24:46 AM
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Re: automotive
@Netcrawl: I also read about this initiative a while back. It seemed interesting that the use of VTV devices are being regulated. Given the high security risks that are in the picture, I think this was a much-needed initative before the technology became commercial. I do hope it gets implemented on a national scale and is not restricted to a few states.

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Netcrawl
Netcrawl
4/26/2014 7:38:46 PM
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Re: automotive
@tzubair, you're right we have some big development, a month, the US Department of Transportation's NHTA (National Highway Safety Administration) announced plans to enable vehicle-to-vehicle communications, they also working on a new  regulatory proposal that would require vehicle-to-vehicle devices in cars in the future. 

http://www.nhtsa.gov/About+NHTSA/Press+Releases/2014/USDOT+to+Move+Forward+with+Vehicle-to-Vehicle+Communication+Technology+for+Light+Vehicles

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Netcrawl
Netcrawl
4/26/2014 7:27:50 PM
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@Victor, the problem here is many odf today's manufacturers are not taking security-by-design approach, last year an authentication flaws of the Tesla Model S opened up the car to potential security breaches. This is could spell danger, it could allow hackers to drain the batteries of the Tesla car and many more.     

http://broadcast.oreilly.com/2013/08/authentication-flaws-in-the-tesla-model-s-rest-api.html

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tzubair
tzubair
4/26/2014 5:00:23 AM
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Re: automotive
@entapowers: I think the idea of connecting cars together is not new and IoT may not have an impact on it. Already there are projects related to this in the pipeline. What would be interesting is the interaction of cars with the objects around. For instance, the idea of going to a fuel station and being billed automatically through the interaction of the car and the fuel pump is possibly one application of IoT in the automotive area.

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