SensorUp demoed IoT interoperability at Department of Homeland Security

SensorUp showcased an internet of things-based system designed to help keep first responders safer. The project was funded by the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate to demonstrate how integrating existing Internet of Things sensor technologies using a standards-based approach can support first responder missions. The technology was demonstrated at DHS S&T headquarters…

SensorUp joined Eclipse Open Source Foundation

SensorUp just became the newest member of the Eclipse Open Source Foundation!  SensorUp’s goal of interoperable IoT fits Eclipse’s vision and mission perfectly. SensorUp’s Open Geospatial SensorThings API platform is location-intelligent and designed specifically for IoT, and that also means we match the focus of both Eclipse LocationTech and Eclipse IoT. What a great match…

Amazon IoT and the OGC SensorThings API Standard

Interoperability is a major challenge for the Internet of Things (IoT). The real potential of  IoT, like the potential of the Internet itself, lies in “systems of IoT systems” rather than IoT systems that operate as isolated technology silos. Real interoperability requires layers of standards, and each layer addresses different interoperability challenges.   Amazon Web…