Strategic Vision for the Internet of Things
The Internet of Things (IoT) can be though of as millions of systems running inside of systems, with no hard partitions defining where one stops and another starts. Developing and maintaining multiple systems within a single system is a complex task in and of itself without the additional challenge of scaling across multiple platforms, device types and networks. This level of complexity will require a way to formalize how a system is designed, implemented, transmitted, processed and secured; or ways to formalize who owns it, who can access it, who can amend it, and who can monetize it. To that end, we introduce the Cubicon Cube Model and Cubicon Intelligent Systems Infrastructure.
• Design – graphical language used to develop highly customizable software
• Implementation – software 'design' transforms into machine code without parsing
• Transmission – new protocols streamline information exchange from TCP/IP to low-power networks
• Processing – context processing supports machine intelligence down to the level of things
• Security – proprietary method secures data during transmission and execution of a system
Cubicon technology is designed to natively support situational awareness in disparate device types: from routers, servers, down to the level of Things running very simple sensor/control algorithms. It will support intelligent interactions between billions – and eventually, trillions – of network nodes and sub-nodes through context processing and pervasive software automation. Cubicon overcomes fundamental interoperability, standardization and security barriers that are constraining growth of the IoT.
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