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How about Pachube and Botanicalls? I think both were instrumental: Botanicalls for demonstrating a simple application and Pachube for providing an open server that anyone could use.
Thanks Michael. Botanicalls appears in the Infographic as Home Automation. Open servers are not included in it yet, but it is a good suggestion to add. Thanks again.
Making sense of sensory data will be a big part of the future Internet of Things. I suggest three more organisations are "Enabling the Makers" by making disruptive new hardware accessible:
- Parallella.org for putting general-purpose array processors and FPGAs on a board
- Littlebits.cc for the best introductory-level electronics educational products
- ArtificialLearning.com (my own company) for ultra-efficient machine learning on a board
All are making novel electronics as easy to use as Arduino - or better.
Thank you Peter. We will keep your suggestions to increase the infographic. Best.
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