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Federal Government Discusses Applications for the Internet of Things

Matt Ball on August 8, 2014 - in Sensors

Government officials and private sector representatives met in Washington on Wednesday to discuss potential applications in the public sector for the Internet of Things — technologists term for a connected network of devices and sensors.

Randy Garrett, program manager for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, along with Transportation Department chief information officer Richard McKinney and Veterans Health Administration special advisor Joseph Ronzio, mentioned cyber security defense, traffic management and health monitoring as possible uses for the network, among others.

Read more in The Washington Post

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