Ubiquitous Computing, the Internet of Things & Big Data
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Flows by Duncan Shingleton ‘Flows’ scans registration plates in real-time across the six camera sites on the A354 between Dorchester and Weymouth. As vehicles pass the cameras a vehicle lookup enquiry is made to ascertain data on their CO2 emission rating, which is then used to drive Arduino controlled air turbines, generating movement in six particle filled acrylic tubes.
Raspberry Pi has a new competitor, the MIPS® Creator CI20. The CI20 boasts better performance, memory and storage than Pi and knocks the Arduino range out of the water. Already equipped with onboard WiFi and Bluetooth, this product should drive fiercer competition in the marketplace, and as such, bring innovation that we can all benefit from.
Internet of Things as art: How sensors can transform public spaces #IoT Future Cities Lab's CEO describes his approach to creating interactive artwork for public spaces. And in an entirely different approach, City Innovation Group's founder talks about what she learned by attaching sensors to trash floating down a city's aqueduct system.