03 Jul '13, 11pm

The Internet of Things: Embedded Engineers, Are You Ready? #IoT #embedded

I'm a principal hardware and firmware engineer at Alfa Instrumentos, Brasil, a company that makes industrial weighing systems. In my 25 years designing hardware and firmware and doing system integration for embedded and mission critical industrial systems, I've experienced enormous changes in technology, tools, processes, and even the very culture of work. The coming Internet of Things (IoT) is quite possibly the biggest change that will impact engineers like me over the next decade as we evolve our standalone embedded systems into massive and powerful networks of devices that deliver unprecedented amounts of data over the Internet. In reality, the IoT is a phenomenon, not really a single application. And just like the Internet evolved, it is happening gradually. In short, the IoT effect will "emerge" from what is now a relatively disconnected grid. If I look to the grid o...

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