- Repo Surveillance Network — An automated reader attached to the spotter car takes a picture of every license plate it passes and sends it to a company in Texas that already has more than 1.8 billion plate scans from vehicles across the country.
- Mobile Companies Work Big Data — Meanwhile companies are taking different approaches to user consent. Orange collects data for its Flux Vision data product from French mobile users without offering a way for them to opt-out, as does Telefonica’s equivalent service. Verizon told customers in 2011 it could use their data and now includes 100 million retail mobile customers by default, though they can opt out online.
- Serfdom — a decentralised solution for service discovery and orchestration that is lightweight, highly available, and fault tolerant.
- Longomatch — a free video analysis software for sport analysts with unlimited possibilities: Record, Tag, Review, Draw, Edit Videos and much more! (via Mark Osborne)
ENTRIES TAGGED "systems"
Repoveillance, Mobiveillance, Discovery and Orchestration, and Video Analysis
Some broad thoughts on characteristics that define the industrial Internet field.
If we're going to build useful applications on top of the industrial Internet, we must ensure the components interoperate.
Traditional methods come through when connected systems fail.
A couple of months ago, I had a remarkable demonstration of the fragility of the "always on" connected mindset.