Articles Tagged ‘interoperability’

Interoperability: It’s all about creating a common language

Semantic Interoperability put under the microscope at ETSI IoTweek in France Ask those who are in the know about interoperability and more often than not they will know exactly what you are talking about. For, after all, interoperability is all about devices communication with one another using a common language. But what happens if one […]

IoT takes centre stage in France

As part of our involvement in the F-Interop project, we recently travelled to the ETSI Headquarters in Sophia Antipolis, France, to attend their IoT Week. The ETSI IoT Week is a week of events, including presentations, tutorials and demonstrations organised by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (aka ETSI). The week focused on IoT and in particular […]

F-Interop Open Call: Lessons learnt

As more devices, networks and platforms come to market, their lack of interoperability has emerged as an obstacle to achieving true IoT benefits. Michele Nati, Lead Technologist on Personal Data and Trust at Digital Catapult explains how the F-Interop programme is attracting SMEs, keen to showcase ideas that will help to resolve this issue. Whilst […]

F-Interop: boosting IoT interoperability

IoT interoperability represents well-known challenges that could hinder growth and expansion of the IoT ecosystem. Michele Nati, Lead Technologist on Personal Data and Trust at Digital Catapult, explains how our recent F-Interop meetup addressed this. In a recent blog post, we discussed some of the challenges related to IoT interoperability. We also identified some opportunities, […]

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IoT interoperability: challenges and opportunities

Michele Nati, Lead Technologist on Personal Data and Trust at Digital Catapult, talks* about the challenges and opportunities facing IoT interoperability, and how our F-interop project can provide solutions. The IoT is promising us a hyper connected world, where every object of our daily lives (e.g., watch, fridge, car) will have the capability to sense […]

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