It was only 4 days after formal closing of the IoT4Industry project, when we’ve got an opportunity to present the project results at the Austrian IoT Day in Vienna. Felix Strohmeier presented the project results in German, at the special session on Industry 4.0. The presentation can be downloaded from here http://bit.ly/1Pk3hVH.
The IoT4Industry project is over. We were busy setting up our IoT lab to support the project scenario, and experimenting with the security in IoT, Web agents and Game Theory-based models. Here is a list of all final deliverables created as results of the IoT4Industry project tasks: D.1 “Integration of IoT Platform and JADE Agent […]
After the first troubles with the material feeder, we decided to change the initial filament and move from soft/ flexible PLA (Polylactic Acid) to standard ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene). The result is: we are 3D printing now!
Our first Ultimaker 2 3D printer arrived at Salzburg Research. We ordered Ultimaker 2 for the purpose of managing our experimenting settings with IoT, security, and privacy topics in two of our recently started projects.
Understanding IoT protocol and their usage when implementing a specific application could be a complex and discouraging task. In this post we overview existing IoT protocols & standards with the aim to better understand their features and goals. Specifically, we focus on open source IoT protocols & standards.
Welcome to the IoT4Industry project space for communicating our recent experiences in developing IoT know-hows around the future industry and manufacturing. IoT4Industry stands for “Secure, Privacy-preserving Agents for the Industrial Internet”, and is an exploratory project funded by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency, for the period October 2014 – September 2015.