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M2M for beginners December 3, 2011

Posted by reto wettach in entrepreneurship, innovative interfaces, new technologies, physical interaction design, prototyping tools.
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I just re-submitted a fund application for developing an M2M-development environment for non-engineers, following the philosophy of Processing, Arduino and Fritzing. Today, my colleague Stefan Hermann pointed out to me the project Twine, which is currently applying for crowd funding.


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Twine was invented by the two MIT-grads David Carr and John Kestner and already received more than 160K in funding! Well done and good luck!

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1. Harald Naumann (@H_Naumann) - December 3, 2011

Maybe you like my M2M proposals at
http://www.gsm-modem.de/M2M/m2m-componets/iot-avl-smart-home-aal-m2m-and-m2m2p-on-arduino/
http://www.gsm-modem.de/M2M/m2m-faq/android-smart-home-gateway/

Anyhow my Blog is great source for free of charge information related to wireless M2M. Any link or any recommendation to your business friends is welcome.

BTW, I can help with a WIFI adapter for the Arduinos as well. I do not understand why Twine is looking for USD 90000 founding, if somthing close the same is available on open source.


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