[smartobjectdir] Fwd: Call notes for "Internet of Things"

Fred Baker <Fred@cisco.com> Fri, 18 November 2011 23:42 UTC

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Patrice is of course Bob Kohn's wife.

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> From: "Patrice Lyons" <palyons@bellatlantic.net>
> Date: November 19, 2011 6:05:23 AM GMT+08:00
> To: <Fred@cisco.com>
> Cc: "'Robert Kahn'" <rkahn@cnri.reston.va.us>
> Subject: Call notes for "Internet of Things"
> Dear Fred,
> It was good seeing you at the Internet Governance Forum in Nairobi.  In light of your work on NIST’s Smart Grid effort, and past exchanges with ETSI, I thought you might be interested in an event that took place in late October at ITU Telecom World 2011 in Geneva. I participated in a panel session on Internet of Things (IoT) (webcast available at  http://forum.world2011.itu.int/sessions/f22-internet-of-things). The other panel members were from various European groups.  They appeared to want to view the IoT as somehow different from the Internet. It was rather odd that they viewed M2M as something new when communication between various computational facilities has been around for quite some time.
> As part of the preparatory material shared among the panelists, I received the attached documents. My contribution focused on the paper: “Addressing in the Internet” (prepared by Bob Kahn and myself for a forthcoming American Bar Association book).
> The need for interoperability among different heterogeneous information systems is something Bob Kahn has been working on over the years, particularly in the context of the implementation of the Digital Object (DO) Architecture in various projects.  I’m copying Bob in the event you may want to get him involved in the Smart Grid interoperability issues.  The DO Architecture may be helpful in this context.
> Regards,
> Patrice