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Scientific Workshop 4: The Internet of Things State-of-the-Art and Perspectives for Future Research

  • Dirk Liekenbrock
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 32)

Abstract

Whilst developing the Internet of Things, RFID and Smart-Object technologies provide the technological framework. Individual results and methods of various research projects can serve as an experience basis for technology and innovation management. This basis also can serve as a prediction tool for the market penetration of these technologies.

Keywords

Internet of Things Technology and Innovation management Radio-frequency identification competing technologies 

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  • Dirk Liekenbrock

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