Monday Aug 11, 2014

Check out IoT at JavaOne!

We are always creating new IoT applications and encouraging others to improve them. Lhings is the networking tool that let us make it very easy. This time we wanted to make something we use in our everyday lives which is traditionally non-technical, as is a table, to be connected to the Internet and then provide new services that could be useful in some applications" explains José Pereda, who is part of the Lhings team. Based in Spain, the team won a JavaOne trip during IoT Developer Challenge.  

"We wanted to show that IoT is useful in real scenarios and it's accessible to anyone. Likewise, we would like to encourage developers to reproduce and improve it!" further explains José. You will get a chance to meet them at JavaOne.  

In the Internet of Things session track at JavaOne, you will learn about Java Embedded and discover great applications. Register today with the Flash Sale code DFS4, you will save US $400   

José is also presenting four talks at JavaOne

  • JavaFX 3D: Advanced Application Development
  • How to Build the Game 2048 with JavaFX and Java 8: Lessons Learned
  • Debugging and Profiling Robots with James Gosling
  • Create the Game 2048 with Java 8 and JavaFX 

Friday Sep 20, 2013

Internet of Things at JavaOne 2013

Java plays a key role in Oracle's Internet of Things platform. Not only is Java the most widely deployed software development platform for enterprise middleware and applications, but it is also a highly popular embedded software platform that enables devices to be more intelligent, scalable and manageable. Java is the only standards-based software platform for IoT that enables a common end-to-end development platform, common end-to-end management platform, common end-to-end security model, and of course seamless reusability & interoperability between the different components in a distributed architecture.

So its no surprise that JavaOne 2013 will have its own share of highly interesting sessions related to IoT. Here is a sampling of some of the sessions that'll focus on IoT.

CON10185: Open Platform and Ecosystems for the Internet of Things and M2M
Speakers:
Tak Nishida, CEO, InventIt
David Hofert, Sr. Alliances Director, Oracle
Sharat Chander, Group Director, Java Technology Outreach, Oracle
Akihiro Saito, InventIt
When/Where:
Tuesday 9/24 1 pm 
Hotel Nikko - Monterey I/II
Session Abstract:
It is said that there will be 20 to 50 billion connected devices by 2020, generating US$14.4 trillion in value. M2M—with machines connected so data can be exchanged among assets—works by embedding a communication module, sensor, or tag in a physical asset so that information about its status and performance can be sent to an information system, which enables a corporation to remotely monitor, maintain, and track these machines. However, the M2M value chain is highly fragmented and complex. M2M development is complex, and current options are closed and monolithic. To overcome this, we need new value business models and platforms. In this technical session, learn about the horizontal platforms to be applied to several Internet of Things/M2M vertical markets.

CON10186:The Future of the Home Gateway, Enabling Jetsons Household Services
Speakers:
Kaivan Karimi, Executive Director of Global Strategy and Business Development, Freescale Semiconductors
Robert Barnes, Sr. Director, Java Product Management, Oracle
Sharat Chander, Group Director, Java Technology Outreach, Oracle
When/Where:
Tuesday 9/24 10 am
Hotel Nikko - Carmel I/II
Session Abstract:
The Internet of Things (IoT) will transform the world into a new era of true connected intelligence. Fueled by the availability of increasingly cheaper and more powerful, yet energy-efficient, embedded systems, billions of connected devices will share information and actuate services that will improve the quality of life. The key to making IoT happen is secure, open, embedded platforms from the edge of the network through gateways and all the way to the network core. This presentation focuses on what it takes—with existing hardware technologies plus a unique software architecture for secure service delivery—to not only enable a variety of home automation services but also speed the service layer needed to enable IoT apps in other segments.

CON4877: Internet of Things with Java
Speakers:
Jai Suri, Sr. Principal Product Manager, Java Platform Group, Oracle
When/Where:
Monday 9/23 8:30 am
Hotel Nikko - Monterey I/II
Session Abstract:

The applications technology landscape surrounding the Internet of Things, also called machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, is a Wild West full of proprietary technology implementations and a highly fragmented vendor ecosystem. Java enables a standards-based platform to enable highly integrated end-to-end device-to-data-center solutions. This session outlines some of the key challenges service providers face today in developing, scaling, and extending end-to-end M2M architectures. With the help of sample architectural blueprints and reference use cases, the session elaborates on the benefits of using Java Embedded in combination with Java middleware products in effectively addressing these challenges. 


CON7824: The Enterprise of Things: Extending the Enterprise from the Data Center to Devices
Speakers:
Kenneth Santoro, Java Partnerships and Alliances, Oracle
Paul Pishal, Vice President - Business Development, Hitachi Consulting
Phil Regnault, Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Hitachi
When/Where:
Thursday 9/26 12:30 pm
Hotel Nikko - Monterey I/II
Session Abstract:
The forecast of 50 billion connected devices by 2020 will create even greater data volume than today’s internet, resulting in the Internet of Things. Trying to integrate a diverse class of client devices (Things) with enterprise systems will be a daunting technology task. An effective approach to this challenge is to utilize Java as a universal device-to-data-center (D2D) abstraction layer running across the spectrum of devices, gateways, and enterprise systems. This solution provides the ability to cost-effectively deploy secure, agile, and scalable systems. This session is an analysis of key components and system requirements (security, identity, device management, analytics, and so on) for applying this Java D2D abstraction approach.

CON5763: Optimized Architecture for M2M Solutions
Speakers:
Andreas Haegele - Head of Portfolio, Gemalto M2M
Axel Hansmann - VP Strategy & MarCom, Gemalto
When/Where:
Wednesday, Sep 25, 4:30 PM 
Hotel Nikko - Carmel I/II
Session Abstract:
M2M technology has evolved from complex and inefficient technology bricks into a simple but powerful end-to-end architecture that turns dumb devices into smart assets that create value for companies in almost any industry. Gemalto M2M has integrated Java to provide a coherent architecture upon which to structure complex M2M solutions—from the vertical-specific technology in remote devices to security hardware that safeguards communications, to the service delivery component that normalizes the data collection and preprocessing for enterprise IT systems. In this session, Gemalto presents an optimized architecture for maximizing the benefits of Java in M2M for your business.
M2M technology has evolved from complex and inefficient technology bricks into a simple but powerful end-to-end architecture that turns dumb devices into smart assets that create value for companies in almost any industry. Gemalto M2M has integrated Java to provide a coherent architecture upon which to structure complex M2M solutions—from the vertical-specific technology in remote devices to security hardware that safeguards communications, to the service delivery component that normalizes the data collection and preprocessing for enterprise IT systems. In this session, Gemalto presents an optimized architecture for maximizing the benefits of Java in M2M for your business.

I've barely scratched the surface with the above list. There are many more sessions that'll focus on IoT as a central topic. And there will be many other sessions that the IoT audience might find interesting. For a comprehensive list, go to the JavaOne 2013 Content Catalog and filter by the "Edge Computing in Java in Embedded, Smart Card and IoT Applications" track. 

See you at JavaOne 2013! 

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