Embedded Oracle Event Processing makes Internet of Things a Reality
By Mala Ramakrishnan on Feb 20, 2013
Just imagine equipping all objects in the world with a lightweight yet powerful complex event processing engine. It takes us a bit closer into that fascinating world of Artificial Intelligence, where machines can talk intelligently to each other. It makes it possible for inanimate objects to gain the power of discrimination, filtering and correlating Fast Data: large volumes of varied data, arriving at high velocity from different sources. A fork that helps you lose weight, luggage that texts you on being lost and why, a car that can drive itself; these futuristic and impractical sounding projects become more of a reality. It transforms the Internet of Things from science fiction to reality.
Java is fast-gaining as the preferred platform for embedded devices as it evolves into a more lightweight, yet high-performing language of choice, that maintains ease-of-use. Oracle Event Processing that runs on embedded Java brings practicality to projects that were merely a whimsy previously, bringing us closer to designing an M2M platform for a connected world.
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