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An introduction to IoT use cases in the energy market

Source: IOT : IOT The EEBUS initiative unites 70 companies in a common goal: to bring order to the fragmented energy market. To achieve this, these companies are jointly creating an open standard for controlling and managing IoT devices – a common language, if you will, that ensures seamless interoperability. Wondering what applications of this common language look like in practice? Let’s take a look! Defining and validating EEBUS use cases The goal of EEBUS is to implement a standard that is universally applicable. Only in this way can a truly common language for the energy market emerge. EEBUS has therefore defined a specification known as SPINE (Smart Premises Interoperable Neutral-message Exchange). This specification describes use cases that can be implemented across a wide range of t...

OpenADx initiative reaches next level

Source: IOT : IOT OpenADx is an open-source community dedicated to accelerating the development of autonomous driving. Its aims are to create an autonomous toolchain specification that is accepted industrywide, to establish a reference architecture, and to ensure tool interoperability based on open interfaces. What is the autonomous driving toolchain? Automated driving applications are becoming more and more complex with each new level of autonomy. In particular, certain topics – such as the perception of traffic situations using AI or the validation of systems for all kinds of traffic situations – require new approaches and a tight integration of technologies never built to interact with each other. This is where the OpenADx initiative comes into play. This initiative aims at accelerating...

How to commercialize on the new metering infrastructure

Source: IOT : IOT Digitalization is shaking up the energy market. The rollout of smart metering systems is imminent. We can expect it to gain momentum in the coming years in Germany. The requirements for a nationwide rollout in Germany need to be met soon, and the BSI (Federal Office for Information Security) is expected to announce further details concerning the rollout of smart meters in January 2019. Many stakeholders increasingly see this early phase as a great opportunity to generate new business in terms of new services and revenue streams. The key drivers will be the opportunities the rollout presents to exploit the growing volume of smart meters by processing data from networking contributors and consumers alike via the extremely secure data connections of the smart meter gateway (...