Internet of Things

BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT has published a position statement on the Internet of Things.

We also published a range of materials over the fortnight of 20 to 31 October 2014 to establish the issues we will face in this fast-developing area.

IOT fortnight post 1: 20 October 2014
IOT roundtable discussion

IOT fortnight post 2: 21 October 2014
IOT Q and A

IOT fortnight post 3: 22 October 2014
IOT Interview: Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino

IOT fortnight post 4: 23 October 2014
IOT Interview: Gareth Baxendale

IOT fortnight post 5: 24 October 2014
IOT Interview: Chris Yapp

IOT fortnight post 6: 27 October 2014
IOT Interview: Rick Chandler

IOT fortnight post 7: 28 October 2014
IOT Interview: Simon Rice

IOT fortnight post 8: 29 October 2014
IOT: Health, ethics, benefits, fears... and more

Smart home deviceCisco believes will have 50 billion devices connected to the internet of things (IoT) by 2020. The popular view seems to veer between visions of beneficial 24/7 health monitoring to a fear that we may be sleepwalking into Orwell’s 1984. Brian Runciman MBCS looks at the IoT and some comments from a recent BCS survey on the subject. Read the article

IOT fortnight post 9: 30 October 2014
IOT: Benefits versus privacy

Report on BCS-led panel at the Conservative Party conference (PDF)

IOT fortnight post 10: 31 October 2014
IOT: Benefits versus privacy

Report on BCS-led panel at the Labour Party conference (PDF) 

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