[riot-users] Need some feedback from IoT-industry experts
philipp-blum at jakiku.de
Sat Mar 30 06:22:46 CET 2019
I thought about some questions which cover some topics. Don't see it as
fixed survey. ^^ But feel free to send me an email with the answers. :p
Improvements are welcome :) If you want to talk about these topics, I am
happy to do so. Just send me an email :)
What do you consider as real-time? (In milliseconds response time)
Would you use a cryptocurrency when you Microcontroller needs 8 seconds
for one transaction?
(Verifiable claims, value transaction, verification of data)
Are you fine with using a non-standard crypto function in order to use
Would you use a chip for a non-standard crypto function in order to use
How much would you pay for this crypto chip? (in USD, per chip)
Would you use this chip when the only manufacturer is a small startup?
Do you think ternary is the next step to improve efficiency in the IoT?
If you said no: why? (optional)
Do you think IoT already exists? (yes/no)
Do you think IoT standards are already defined or in progress of getting
More details (Optional):
Do you think these standards can also be used on legacy hardware?
What means legacy hardware for you?
Do you think current IoT hardware will be completely replaced within the
next 5 years? (yes/no)
In what time-frame does the hardware for new standards needs to be
available in order to get adopted by the IoT industry? (within the next
What is IoT for you?
- (IPv4/IPv6) standards on Microcontroller
- Connecting Microcontrollers in some way to the Internet. (e.g. by
using a Gateway. The communication standard is not important)
Am 2019-03-26 21:22, schrieb Emmanuel Baccelli:
> +1 for having (any public-compatible parts of) this conversation on the list.
> Part of the answer concerning "RasPi-based IoT" misconceptions:
> It is not a problem_ per se_ to consider RasPi type of hardware as IoT.
> Microprocessors + wifi + Linux do have use cases ;)
> Nevertheless, if much lower energy consumption (mW or less) is targeted, and potentially, also a lower price tag,
> a definitely better solution is small micro-controllers + low-power radios.
> (hence what we are doing here).
> On Tue, Mar 26, 2019 at 9:58 AM Nikos Fotiou <fotiou at aueb.gr> wrote:
>> It will be interesting if you have this discussion in the list.
>>> On 25 Mar 2019, at 22:30, Oleg Hahm <oleg at riot-os.org> wrote:
>>> Hey Philipp,
>>> On Sat, Mar 23, 2019 at 08:02:06AM +0100, Philipp Blum wrote:
>>>> I work for the IOTA foundation and we also create open source software.
>>>> We have a lot of internal discussions about some decisions which are
>>>> made. From my point of view some people have wrong assumptions about the
>>>> IoT-industry. There are also a lot of misconceptions about what IoT
>>>> actually means. (Some people think RPis are this "IoT")
>>>> I just want to know if some people are willing to talk to me about this.
>>>> Just a couple of questions about the assumptions and what you think
>>>> about it. I am working now for 2 years on embedded stuff, so I think I
>>>> have a good understanding about this topic, but maybe I am completely
>>>> wrong. So, let's find out :)
>>> I think this could result in an interesting discussion, we could either have
>>> here on the mailing list or set up some conference call. If you could send me
>>> your questions beforehand (unicast if you like), I could also try to gather
>>> some concrete feedback from my colleagues working on IoT projects at Zühlke -
>>> which certainly have a different view on IoT than me and most of the RIOT
>>> developers have.
>>> Chuck Norris doesn't do TCP handshake - he does TCP roundhouse-kick to initiate
>>> the connection.
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