Collaborative Open Market to Place Objects at your Service

COMPOSE Newsletter July - August 2014

 
Collaborative Open Market to Place Objects at your Service
  Compose Newsletter July - August 2014  


COMPOSE will create an ecosystem for unleashing the power of the IoT via an easy transformation to an IoS. COMPOSE technology will enable the creation of base services, composite services, and applications stemming from and operating on smart objects.

UPCOMING EVENTS
 

- COMPOSE is participating in the 9th Summer School on IoT Applications, Senzations 2014, 31.08.2014-06.09.2014, Biograd na Moru, Croatia. Charalampos Doukas from CREATE-NET will be a tutor presenting the COMPOSE platform and tools to students for realising their IoT projects during the summer school. More information about the event can be found here: http://senzations.net/

 

- COMPOSE is participating at the GetDecentralized Summit and Hackathon, GETD, 17-19 September 2014, Berlin, Germany. The platform tools and especially glue.things will be presented to the participants (mainly IoT curious people and entrepreneurs) as a free and open source solution for developing IoT applications. More information about the event can be found here: http://get-d.net/#about

 

- COMPOSE project is co-organising a co-located hacktahon event on Smart Cities and wearable technologies. The event will take place on September 20th both in Trento, IT and Barcelona, SP at the same time. Participants will utilise COMPOSE technologies for developing projects based on connected objects between the two cities. More information here: http://iotogether.compose-project.eu/

 
 
 

(Image: courtesy of Siemens)

In this Issue
  • UPCOMING EVENTS
  • COMPOSE in Berlin


 

COMPOSE in Berlin

W3C held a two day workshop on the Web of Things in Berlin on 25-26 June 2014, hosted by Siemens. The workshop examined the opportunities for open Web standards for service platforms in the network edge (e.g. home gateways) and the cloud, along with the challenges for security, privacy and the integration with the Web of data. COMPOSE has participated to the Workshop through Charalampos Doukas (CREATE-NET) and Robert Kleinfeld (FOKUS). 

More info can be found at http://www.compose-project.eu/news/compose-berlin

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