Internet of Things

September 1, 2016
In  the 3rd century BC, the Carthaginian conqueror Hamilcar Barca established a settlement on the mouth of the rivers Llobregat and Besòs. He named it Barcino after his family. In the 15th century BC, Romans conquered Barcino and used it as their military base. As time passed, Barcino became popular as Barcelona. Barcelona is the second-largest […]
August 5, 2016
I’m waiting for the bus outside this store that’s displaying fantastic workout clothes. I sigh and then turn my head to see a billboard about a new gym in town. I’m torn between guilt, for not exercising ever, and surprise at the shiny pennies people are apparently willing to shell out to get be fit […]
Webinar Date: July 27, 2016
We are pleased to announce the Hackerearth Webinar series, to help you learn from the best programmers and domain experts from all over the world. We are starting this series with a webinar on IoT. This webinar would cover a short introduction about IoT and actualizing it. There would be a live session of connecting […]
June 24, 2016
In this fast evolving world the social quotient of a person is judged by the number of friends on Facebook, followers on Twitter and Instagram and connections on LinkedIn. In this race to achieve glory, the techies who created these great platforms had almost forgotten the long standing friendship between hardware and software. In the […]
February 17, 2016
The buzz about Internet of things is gaining attention each day and the ones talking about it claim that it’s potential is not limited to how we live but also affects how we execute day to day tasks at our workplace. Despite IoT being the talk of the town, there is still a lot of […]
January 29, 2016
Environmental monitoring, infrastructure management, healthcare systems, home automation systems, large scale deployments, how do all of these work? They are sophisticated technical tasks that require intelligent systems.However, is it possible to perform these complex tasks using a single computer? Even if multiple devices are used, it is not feasible for them to work independently towards […]
May 8, 2015
It was back in 1982, when researchers at Carnegie Mellon University made a modified cola vending machine, which could report its inventory and also if newly loaded drinks were cold. From this point, right up to 2014, there have been visions, by various scientists and technologists, on communicating devices. It took the maturing of the […]