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Heute wurde ein ausführliches Review veröffentlicht: http://hotcopper.com.au/...zFkiWRTLKhOROKAxjvQk4D4Ae5pnKfp5lJ2%2Fk%3D
Das Review ist tiefgründig und geht auf technische Lösungen relativ genau ein. Die Veröffentlichung zu diesem Zeitpunkt lässt mich vermuten, dass ein Großteil der Patente, Verträge und Partner gesichert sind. Das ist sozusagen unser Weihnachtsgeschenk..... nur der Kurs ist weiterhin nicht beeindruckt.
I was thinking how to do a wolf whistle on an online forum so there you go. I'm very good at it off line,.
The tech report and UniSA to me just further validate the integrity of the technology, but to me still the public in general will just be ignorant as ever until there is a a massive bounce in the SP, then they will be oh yeah knew that all the time. Surveys show 85% of the population "don't " know what IOT is , when the cats out of the bag and people absorb it IOT will explode it already is compounding as we speak and will be thrust upon the masses as technology runs its own course , not dictated by ignorance.
Just want to throw my 2cents worth in about that roosta from the states having a go about the video of Xped. I really liked it and could see it was sincere , in fact that helped me be a stake holder.
I really trust Wood, Shultz and Stefanac they are not up themselves , are talented and look like they are doing their best most different from other heads of public listed companies.
Chalifman3, willkommen im Club der 85 %. Ist es nicht schön, zu so einer breiten Mehrheit zu gehören ???
ADRC is a One for All Remote Control Hub for the Internet of Things
Internet of Things is bigger than we think and it is also about making the current devices smart rather than introducing new smarter devices. The IoT is a technology that would bless most of your electronic appliances with brains, something that would drastically change the way devices are perceived. Amazon Dash was one of such devices that leveraged the power of Internet and bought about a new way in which we can replenish our household inventory.
The way we control these devices still seems to be the missing link, while most of the smart products are relying on their own bridges to control the devices it is becoming increasingly necessary to create a Hub for controlling all the devices centrally. It would not be something appalling and convenient if every IoT manufacturer comes with their own app.
ADRC (Auto Discovery Remote Control) is a new platform from Xped that will allow smartphone users to control most of the electronic devices in their everyday environment with a simple tap. The ADRC requires a NFC enabled smartphone which automatically discovers the device and sets up a secured wireless network and builds up any sorts of resources needed to display its user interface.
The IoT devices usually employ several custom transport protocols for different applications, however the ADRC neutralizes the ambiguity by introducing a common protocol which will standardize the application layer. This is done by using a Resource Control Protocol which will allow the devices to support the ADRC natively.
So just like all the other controllers you need to configure your devices with the ADRC. This can be done by hovering the NFC of your phone over the tag on the devices, voila! You have setup the device successfully. The Smartphone companion app will allow the users to choose between different UIs one which is simple and another one meant for pro users and service engineers.
The ADRC will be a boon for manufacturers since all they need to do is design an UI for the app without the need to write it from scratch. Further the ADRC environment will allow manufacturers to go beyond the fixed profile standards and push in innovative features as and how they want to. The ADRC will facilitate a better and more transparent communication channels with the customers and it will also lead to easier error diagnostics for the service engineers.
Support and Compatibility
Since not all devices come with integrated IoT chips, it becomes a point of concern to know whether this new control hub will be compatible with all the legacy devices. John Stefenac, CEO of Xped explains that the devices natively supporting IoT won’t have any issues supporting the ADRC but the company also seems to offer a conversion package. A bundle containing a SmartPlug and an IR Blaster will convert your legacy devices to support the Hub. The company also seems to be developing a solution making use of Zigbee or ZWave technology. Manufacturers can simply buy the ADRC development kit and integrate the solution on their devices.
The ADRC doesn’t seem to be all about aggregating the devices and blending them to the single point of control instead it seems to be focussed on bringing more devices on board and thus helping users choose the device they want to control with a simple tap on their smartphones.
If successfully implemented in future devices, the ADRC can easily prove to be a disruptive technology that will help people use IoT. The new aggregator Hub can be employed in several scenarios including the control and monitor of medical equipment’s a situation where response time is scarce and of essence and the same time. The video below will walk you through graphically on how the ADRC works.