Open Source & IoT Insights
  • The Importance of Openness to the Internet of Things

    10 September 2014 | USA | Media

    By Jack Germain Jack Germain of LinuxInsider discusses the need for true openness in order for the Internet of Things (IoS) to flourish and speaks with Artyom Astafurov of DataArt. "Consumers today are in an awkward position. Personal privacy is being wiped out by the Internet. At the same time,...

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  • DeviceHive to be Made Available Soon

    3 September 2014 | USA | Media

    By Raju Shanbhag TMCnet writes about the rapid developments of machine to machine (M2M) technology and the role DevieHive plays in making connected devices part of the IoT. “Machine to machine (M2M) technology has been rapidly developing in the last few years. As such, the communication layer, control...

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  • A Digital Pen In The IoT System With The DeviceHive Platform

    2 July 2014 | Blog

    Business professionals and consumers are discovering the benefits of wireless digital pens. By writing on special digital paper or directly on select computer screens, digital pen users can convert their sketches, diagrams, and any other type of handwritten communication into electronic files instantaneously...

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  • Watch Your M2M Solution Take Off with DeviceHive

    5 June 2014 | Blog

    The Internet of Things is expanding, due in no small part to the wearable gadgets that have been joining the party. The number of portable devices connecting to the internet is expected to increase from 10 billion to 30 billion by the year 2020. The growth will not be driven by personal computers, but...

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  • Amazon Opens Wearable Tech Outpost

    30 April 2014 | USA | Media

    Erika Morphy TechNewsWorld discusses Amazon’s opening a special section for wearable gadgets, and the implications for the emerging market, sighting the opinion of Artyom Astafurov, Chief Innovation Officer at DataArt. “…the technology itself has to improve, said Artyom Astafurov,” chief...

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  • DeviceHive OSified

    25 April 2014 | Blog

    The DeviceHive team provides versions of its software for a wide range of end-device architectures such as Microchip’s PIC, TI’s MSP, Atmel’s AVR and various implementations of ARM, maintaining a separate code branch for each one. Though written in C, the end device part uses hardware specific code...

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  • Question Time 2014 – Personalisation of Big Data

    21 March 2014 | UK | Media

    “DataArt and Tnooz are collaborating once again to host a FREE Question Time panel event in London on Tuesday 29 April 2014.A group on experts will debate the next wave of techniques and trends involving Big Data and personalisation in the travel industry, giving attendees the chance to not only learn...

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