In the early days of the Internet, people used the Web primarily to access servers of data, to search for information. As the Internet evolved towards Web 2.0, these capabilities grew to allow users to interact and collaborate, to create user-generated content. These new capabilities enabled the tremendous growth of social networking, blogs, wikis and similar services.
As the next major evolution of the Internet, devices and machines of all differerent shapes and sizes are being connected to the Internet, to each other, and to people. With more than 10 billion microcontrollers being shipped each year, all potentially connected through the Internet, a huge variety of intelligent devices are enabled, from motion sensors, to pool pumps, to gas/electric meters, to street lights.
We call this Internet evolution the Internet of Things, the Web of Things, or the Embedded Web.
Internet Protocol and Web services are key to support the scalability of this incredible growth of devices. However, these IoT devices have fundamentally very different characteristics than other Internet-connected devices. The extreme cost-sensitivity and battery life requirements demand optimized extensions to the current Internet protocols
At Sensinode, we have led the development of worldwide standards to address these concerns. Our end-to-end, standards-based software products allow optimized access to these embedded devices through Web services, and enable our customers to rapidly deploy and manage applications across large networks in the Internet of Things. Through both technology innovation and product development, Sensinode's goal is to be the leader in Building the Embedded Web.
Sensinode @ DESIGN West 2013 Recap
Free Evaluation of NanoMesh and NanoServices Now Available on the Atmel Gallery
Anaren Integrated Radio (AIR) Modules A2530R24x Demonstrated to Be Fully Compatible With Sensinode's NanoStack(TM) 2.0 Protocol Stack for 2.4GHz Radio Applications