Agile Mind in an Agile World

#Open #Networking #Ecosystem #Protocol #Patent

Today Agile World submitted an Open Networking Ecosystem Protocol patent at United States Patent and Trademarks Office (USPTO). While everyone else has been focused on selling the dream of ubiquity we have been working on a protocol to make it a reality. In essence we have submitted A method of defining an organic or inorganic…

#Open #IoT with #Blockchain #AI and #BigData

Ubiquity (IoT3) does not exist yet There will be many people who will say it does exist and has working technologies, hardware and software. The Ubiquity (IoT3) is not a closed system related to one task or feature set like Home Management It is an interesting error in thinking to focus on closed system devices/products as to…
IoT Ecosystems the stepping stone to Ubiquitous Living

Agile World acknowledges project Charlemagne a unified IoT, Information Architecture and Blockchain platform

Agile World has decided to get involved in building products to service the IoT marketplace represented by Smart Living and IoT3. Project Charlemagne is a unification project that links existing technologies through a unique information architecture created by Agile World Project Charlemagne is using Ethereum smart contracts to establish uniquely identifiable items in an IoT…
Smart Living or as we might live with artificial intelligence and the IoT in a new reality

#SmartLiving or as we might live with #artificial #intelligence and an open #IoT in a #new #reality

Karl Smith, CEO of Agile World tends to think of himself as a futurist, he immediately see the possibilities of technologies as part of a much larger ecosystem than the one it is intended for. He looks for ways to test and assess “How we might Live” with the technology and how it will adapt our…
Dumb Data looks like Smart Data

#Dependant on #dumb #data and is making #bad #choices? #Douglas #Adams

Clients don’t understand their customers, they just think they do! It’s not for the lack of trying or spending millions on developing and building huge data systems, the problems are many but can be traced back to one simple thing; “Data only describes part of the what is happening and almost nothing of the why, let…