Posts Tagged: sensors

Data-Driven Agriculture: Using APIs in Farming

Agriculture is ultimately an ancient science that’s been iterated upon for generations. With each new crop, each new family, and each new culture, we’ve discovered more about optimal farming techniques. Due to this, we generally understand agriculture from a localized perspective – we understand planting seasons, soil types, and other variables within the farming process have profound localized impacts on yield, flavor, quality, and more. Read more

Securing IoT Medical Devices

Securing Medical IoT Devices

The IoT (Internet of Things) is becoming part of our everyday life. We’re developing audio equipment that can use voice commands to process complex operations, light switches that schedule operations based on observed functionality over time, and even devices that we can use to automatically order supplies based on our consumption habits. Read more

The Power of Unexpected IoT APIs

Data is all around us — sensors in smart city infrastructure, sports, home automation, air monitoring, and more are opening avenues for some pretty unexpected use case scenarios. Application programming interfaces or APIs are critical at this intersection, exposing data to enable creative real world interactions to flourish in an Internet of Things (IoT) environment. Read more

Green APIs Promote Sustainability and Climate Action

The world has woken up — global, business, and government leaders acknowledge that global climate is changing. In early 2015 the United States senate voted 98–1 that “climate change is real and not a hoax.” Pope Francis has made unprecedented strides to affect climate action with a papal encyclical on climate change. Read more