Geschreven door Ben van Lier - 06 juli 2012
The exchange and sharing of information between various types of devices is also referred to as machine-to-machine communication. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) defines machine2machine communication as: ‘devices that are actively communicating using wired and wireless networks, that are not computers in the traditional sense and are using internet in some form of another’. An increasing diversity in ‘machines’ in our society is independently able to communicate with other machines via wireless connections and the internet, among other things, and to exchange and share information about for example location, time, temperature or speed. Machine2machine communication offers an increasing number of more innovative possibilities which will significantly change our daily life and work in the coming years.
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