This is a very big deal. To foster the adoption and deployment of Automated Demand Response solutions, the industry needs an interoperable, open, standard. Open ADR 2.0 appears to be well on it’s way to being that standard – significant adoption by a number of major utilities, along with the growing number of major Read more about IEC Approves OpenADR Specification[…]
The availability of the most advanced COTS networking equipment, in ever-decreasing form factors, has the potential to significantly contribute to soldier mission objectives. However, the complexity of systems composed of best-of-breed enterprise solutions threatens those gains. In this article that I contributed to C4ISR magazine, for PacStar, I discuss the issues and ways Read more about How to make the most of COTS technologies | C4ISR & Networks | c4isrnet.com[…]
Top level thought leader from IBM presenting at next week’s Smart Grid Oregon meeting. See you there. Don’t miss it. Smart Grid Oregon – Smart Grid Leadership Series 2: Digital Reinvention with IBM Global Leader Michael Valocchi.
Starting work on a semi-regular roadmap update for a client, and ran across this presentation through the PDMA Oregon Chapter. Very helpful high level reminder, and a nice prioritization framework… Sure beats H-M-L… Wouldn’t it be great if no one could argue with your roadmap? Wouldn’t it just rock if you could cut through the Read more about How to Build Roadmaps that Stick – Roadmapping 301 (Bruce McCarthy)…[…]
Nice overview and architecture for Internet of Things protocols. Helpful reference for businesses/entrepreneurs looking at requirements for this space. Understanding The Protocols Behind The Internet Of Things | Embedded content from Electronic Design.
Not an easy problem to solve, between the complexities of the subject, the UX challenges of such solutions, and the chronic issues with fostering behavior change. But a worthy cause! Why you’ve never measured your carbon footprint | GreenBiz.com.
This is very unfortunate. For customers with deployed systems, fixing the problem could be very, very expensive. A Bunch Of Cisco’s Products Have A Defect That Will Cost $655 Million To Fix (CSCO) – SFGate.
Is there a funding opportunity here for US companies developing new technologies? Beijing Smog Makes City ‘Barely Suitable’ For Life, Report Says.
Navigant Research: ADR spend estimated to reach $185 million in 2023, more than 10x growth from today. Interestingly, OpenADR appears to be called out as the winning application-layer protocol. » Automated Demand Response Navigant Research.
Nice find from Dave Rubal, on key drivers for IoT and it’s possible impact on sustainability/energy efficiency/consumption. 4 massive global challenges driving our need for the Internet of Things | VentureBeat | Cloud | by John Koetsier.