Sabina Barcucci / IoT Day Trento 2014 Presentation
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This presentation has been presented at the Internet of Things Day that has been held up in Trento in April 2014. The main focus is on the MUSE FabLab action toward IoT technology and the important of rethinking of Internet of Things in term of Openness and Ownership.
- IoT and Wearable Computing
- $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $$$$$$ IoT of Wearables: the Licensed User Model | Closed SW and HW
- $ IoT of Wearables: the User & Owner Model | OpenSW and HW
- Centralization of data and applications means control beyond the ownership
- Opensource code and hardware will keep abuses low and security strong when everything is connected to the Internet !
- Top Down Standards VS Open Source Hardware and Code
- Cultivating by Jerry Wang from The Noun Project Who are the Makers
- What is a FabLab, in particular the MUSE FabLab Cultivating by Jerry Wang from The Noun Project What is a FabLab
- What is a FabLab, in particular the MUSE FabLab Cultivating by Jerry Wang from The Noun Project SPACE KNOWHOW COMMUNITY TOOLS PROGRAMMES MACHINES What are the FabLab elements
- Cultivating by Jerry Wang from The Noun Project Public Library by Nikhil Dev from The Noun Project Landscape Architect by Joel Burke from The Noun Project Skiving Machine by Guvnor Co from The Noun Project Carpenter by Dan Hetteix from The Noun Project User by Wilson Joseph from The Noun Project Student by Mister Pixel from The Noun Project innovation boost social resilience social empowerment student designer school hobbyistcraftsman developercompany startup Why it is important to build up a local community of makers