Open Source & IoT Insights
  • Internet of Things. Automotive as a Microcosm of IoT

    27 October 2014 | USA | Media

    The Application Developers Alliance issued a white paper on IoT in the automotive industry, providing insight from executives at key companies that are pushing the field forward, including DataArt. Download the paper to learn about IoT standards, technologies, opportunities, and implications for the...

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  • Convergence In The Internet Of Things Is Priming The Tech World For A Major Cultural Shift

    18 October 2014 | USA | Media

    By Artyom Astafurov Artyom Astafurov, head of DataArt’s IoT/M2M practice analyzes the history of the field and shares his thoughts on how the convergence of IoT and M2M will affect the industry and our lives at large. “To anyone who is tuned into the tech world, it should not come as earth shattering...

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  • DataArt’s DeviceHive at AT&T Hackathon in Vegas!

    15 October 2014 | Blog

    Getting an invitation from AT&T to join the Hackathon as API sponsor was both luck and a good chance to present DeviceHive an IoT community. We spent several days polishing up our Github docs and shipping our educational platforms to Vegas, and these exciting 24 hours of the hackathon were absolutely...

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  • DataArt Invests in M2M and IoT

    8 October 2014 | USA | Media

    Connected World highlights DataArt as one of the companies “jumping on the bandwagon” of IoT “with its new M2M practice.” “.. Because the industry is expected to grow exponentially within the next several years, DataArt hopes to meet the demands of the burgeoning marketplace by helping clients harness...

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  • DataArt Launches Consulting Firm for Internet of Things

    8 October 2014 | USA | Media

    “DataArt, a provider of custom software solutions, has launched a consulting practice focused on development and experimentation for M2M (machine to machine)/Internet of Things (IoT). The firm is dedicated to help businesses and professionals in a variety of industries such as healthcare, logistics,...

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  • Leveling the Monetization Playing Field on the Internet of Things

    29 September 2014 | USA | Media

    By Jack M. Germain “The Internet of Things is expected to be a US$7 trillion market in six years. However, many small to medium-sized IT firms that do not have the capital to acquire the Nests of the world are left to wonder how they can benefit from this lucrative trend,” writes E-Commerce Times,...

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  • The Importance of Openness to the Internet of Things

    10 September 2014 | USA | Media

    By Jack Germain Jack Germain of LinuxInsider discusses the need for true openness in order for the Internet of Things (IoS) to flourish and speaks with Artyom Astafurov of DataArt. "Consumers today are in an awkward position. Personal privacy is being wiped out by the Internet. At the same time,...

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  • DeviceHive to be Made Available Soon

    3 September 2014 | USA | Media

    By Raju Shanbhag TMCnet writes about the rapid developments of machine to machine (M2M) technology and the role DevieHive plays in making connected devices part of the IoT. “Machine to machine (M2M) technology has been rapidly developing in the last few years. As such, the communication layer, control...

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  • A Digital Pen In The IoT System With The DeviceHive Platform

    2 July 2014 | Blog

    Business professionals and consumers are discovering the benefits of wireless digital pens. By writing on special digital paper or directly on select computer screens, digital pen users can convert their sketches, diagrams, and any other type of handwritten communication into electronic files instantaneously...

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  • Watch Your M2M Solution Take Off with DeviceHive

    5 June 2014 | Blog

    The Internet of Things is expanding, due in no small part to the wearable gadgets that have been joining the party. The number of portable devices connecting to the internet is expected to increase from 10 billion to 30 billion by the year 2020. The growth will not be driven by personal computers, but...

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