Last night, I went to the 5th Internet of Things Paris Meetup to make a presentation entitled Making Sense of IoT data to a crowd of sensors and applications developers. The main idea being that sensor information sharing provides, thanks to some of the techniques mentioned here, a means of making sense of data. Quite specifically, I tried to illustrate what is currently right in front of our eyes: the fact that past a certain level of data size per sensor, the only way to make sense of these datastreams is to share them e.g. Genomics wouldn't be a science without the sharing.
Thanks to Marc Chareyron, Olivier Mével, Pierre-Rudolf Gerlach for the invitation and the organization of the meetup.
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