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Creating an ecosystem together for the Open Source Internet of Things

Please join us at the first Open Source Internet of Things meetup at the Cloud Center's new location at 3200 Coronado Drive, Santa Clara.

We are excited to bring together a community of Open Source and Open Hardware developers, entrepreneurs, and enthusiasts together to work on the Internet of Things.


We will have Benjamin Cabé, project leader for Eclipse M2M, to talk about the Eclipse M2M tools and frameworks.

"Eclipse M2M overview: open-source building blocks for IoT" - The Eclipse M2M Industry Working Group is an open-source initiative delivering a set of building blocks for creating IoT solutions. This presentation will walk you through the different projects and technologies we support (from embedded application framework, to communication protocols, including development tools) and a live demo will show you how you can very quickly combine the components we provide with Open-Source Hardware platforms (Arduino & Raspberry Pi) to build a complete solution.

We're also going to introduce the Smart Object API project and IoT Toolkit

The IoT Toolkit is an Open Source project to develop a set of tools for building multi-protocol Internet of Things Gateways and Service gateways that enable horizontal co-operation between multiple different protocols and cloud services. The project consists of the Smart Object API with reference implementations of gateway and cloud service, and tools for connecting multiple sensor nets and data sources to each other and to services. Supports Semantic Web Linked Data discovery and linkage, REST APIs, software agents, HTTP data push, HTTP-to-CoAP proxy, and CoRE IPV6 standards.

There will be an open project interaction and mingle, so be prepared to discuss your project with others if you would like. Poster presentations are welcome; please contact me if you would like to display a poster presentation for the project mingle.

Doors will open at 6:30

Presentations and project mingle 7:00-9:00

Cool down and cleanup 9:00-10:00

Slides for IoT Toolkit presentation:

Live stream:

Twitter: #OSIOT for comments and questions

We hope to see you there!

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  • Michael K.

    Here are some more Open Source IoT projects, and some that are partly open source

    December 16, 2012

  • Michael K.

    For those who tried to stream the event, we didn't get that working in time to broadcast. Next time we will need to have a dedicated person handle the remote interaction.

    Over time we'll put a system in place for ongoing remote collaboration and interaction. Also, if anyone has ideas for something we could do or try, please make a suggestion!

    December 14, 2012

  • Michael K.

    Thank you all for participating and thank you for the comments. We felt that the meetup was a success. It feels like a community already.

    It was an learning experience; we definitely missed some opportunities and have some ideas for future meetups.

    To get the project interaction we want, we'll neet to reserve the time in the meeting for it. We also noticed the success of having the poster presentation up on the wall, so we encourage anyone with a project to share to set up a poster area at the beginning of the next meetup. Also be prepared to speak to the group for 10 or 15 minutes if there is a high interest level.

    In the future when we have multiple presenters, we'll build in a mini panel session to enable interaction. For example, we could have had a panel on how Eclipse M2M and IoT Toolkit could work together and integrate solutions. Of course, that would need even better time management...

    We also will be looking for a sponsor and a little help with the logistics.

    December 14, 2012

  • Benjamin C.

    Very nice first meetup!

    December 13, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Could have had a bit stronger moderation and time management, but a good first start!

    December 13, 2012

  • Bob C.

    Very good!

    1 · December 12, 2012

  • Michael K.

    December 12, 2012

  • Michael K.

    Join us tonight 12/12/12 for the first OSIOT meetup. We're going to broadcast using ustream:

    Comments and questions on twitter #OSIOT

    See you there!


    1 · December 12, 2012

  • Roger P.

    My interest are in the business apects of how to open up the home networking market to the average consumer. I have an idea how to do this. Looking for talent. Don't live in the area. How can I share my insights with the group?

    December 5, 2012

  • Nikolay N.

    My projects developed as hobby:
    1. Weather NETWork:
    - The weather in Varna:
    - The weather in Sofia:

    2. My SCADA software, I use it to automate my home:


    December 2, 2012

  • Michael K.

    We have a Venue fot the first Open Source Internet of Things Silicon Valley meetup!

    The new location of the Silicon Valley Cloud Center at 3200 Coronado Drive in Santa Clara.

    Join us to hear about the Eclipse M2M project from Eclipse project lead Benjamin Cabé We're going to talk about the Open Source Smart Object API and IoT Toolkit projects we're starting up, and we're going to have an open project interaction time.

    Hope to see you there on December 12th from 7:00 to 9:00 (doors open 6:30 to 10:00) Cheers,

    Michael J Koster

    1 · November 30, 2012

  • Александр П.

    Me interested in Smart House technology and especially the Internet of things in this area!

    1 · November 18, 2012

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