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  • Control Engineering
    Control Engineering
    April 23, 2014

    Programming peer-to-peer (machine-to-machine) architecture is challenging for the broad application space of the industrial Internet of things. A unified programming environment provides an intuitive method for publishing and subscribing to data of interest over the network.

  • CNBC
    CNBC
    April 22, 2014

    In the same way that Internet-enabled devices now allow us to control our home heating and alarm systems via smartphone, sensors placed on gas and oil pipeline wellheads in the Arctic are enabling engineers to monitor mission-critical data from hundreds of miles away, eliminating the need for workers to trek across the tundra to take readings.

  • Design News
    Design News
    April 11, 2014

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is hitting the factory floor big time. All types of devices are getting smart and they’re getting connected, offering their trickle of data to the rivers and pools of big data. To make it that much easier to get everything connected, Echelon Corp. has created an Internet of Things Kit designed for the industrial market.

  • Electronic Design
    Electronic Design
    April 9, 2014

    Today’s development kits provide complete development environments in addition to hardware. The latest trend is toward versions that simplify building applications that also fit into the Internet of Things (IoT). IoT development now targets just about everything that could include a micro, such as wearable technology like smartwatches that can track location and heart rate. Tools, then, must be more sophisticated because they need to address the hardware in the box and the Internet outside the

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  • Harbor Research
    Harbor Research
    April 8, 2014

    The Internet of Things arrived on main street in Q1.  The term has evolved from a futuristic opportunity to a buzz word for driving up stock prices.  From consortiums, new product offerings and high quality commentary from very respected journalist, this quarter’s news pieces bring up security, privacy, new business opportunities, unanticipated consequences of connecting devices all under the banner of the overused term IoT.

  • EE Times
    EE Times
    April 3, 2014

    It's just not like putting together consumer products, when you're looking to harness the capabilities of the Internet of Things in an industrial setting. To ease multiprotocol-system, industrial IoT, Echelon unveiled the FT 6000 evaluation and development kit (EVK), IzoT in-a-Box, to speed up both device and application development.

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  • EE Times
    EE Times
    April 3, 2014

    One of the big misconceptions about the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is that it’s the same as consumer IoT, but located on a factory floor somewhere. It’s an understandable misconception, considering that both the IIoT and the consumer IoT share the term Internet of Things. But it’s a big mistake to equate consumer IoT applications such as wearable fitness trackers or home thermostats with the Industrial IoT.

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  • Remote Site & Equipment Management:
    Remote Site & Equipment Management:
    March 25, 2014
    Echelon Corp. has introduced the FT 6000 Evaluation and Development Kit (EVK), targeted at developers who are creating, testing and deploying devices and control applications for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The FT 6000 EVK packages the essential elements of Echelon’s IzoT platform for the IIoT into an easy-to-use kit for IIoT developers looking to create wired devices using the ISO 14908-compatible Free Topology (FT) technology.
  • Embedded
    Embedded
    March 25, 2014

    About a year ago, when people started talking about the impact the emerging Internet of Things would have on existing industrial control networks, one company I kept a close eye on was Echelon Corp. The company’s introduction in January of its IzoT platform for the Industrial Internet of Things and then this week of the "IzoT-in-a-box," have not been a disappointment.

  • ECN
    ECN
    March 25, 2014

    Echelon Corporation (San Jose, CA) introduced the FT 6000 Evaluation and Development Kit (EVK), targeted at developers who are creating, testing and deploying devices and control applications for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The FT 6000 EVK packages the essential elements of Echelon’s IzoT platform for the IIoT into an aggressively priced and easy-to-use kit for IIoT developers looking to create wired devices using the ISO 14908-compatible Free Topology (FT) technology.

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