Larry's Notebook

December 8, 2011

EE Times’ 20 hot technologies for 2012

Filed under: embedded systems, engineering, networks, telecom, wireless sensor networks — larryang @ 10:56 AM

EE Times’ 20 hot technologies for 2012.

I’m most interested these technologies: LTE (my day job), wireless sensor networks and internet of things. The latter two are tied together by protocols, enabled by open source software and open hardware and implemented in embedded systems.

I think wireless sensor networks will be of the greatest value as humanity creates nervous systems for cities and regions. For example, a single air quality sensor node in Beijing is causing quite a political and media stir.

I will be keeping an eye our for more events like the Eyebeam Workshop: NYC Open Sensor Network and events sponsored by Internet of Things New York City Meetup.

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