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Title: RSAWORKS: things that “Tweet” in South Africa
Authors: Butgereit, L
Coetzee, L
Hay, J
Hugo, J
Gush, K
Keywords: Internet of things
Internet
South Africa
Tweets
Twitter
ICCIR 2011
ICT research
RSAWORKS
Issue Date: Aug-2011
Citation: Butgereit, L, Coetzee, L, Hay, J, et al. 2011. RSAWORKS: things that “Tweet” in South Africa. ICCIR 2011, International Conference on Computing and ICT Research. Kampala, Uganda, 7-9 August 2011, pp 11
Series/Report no.: Workflow;7124
Abstract: The “Internet of Things” is the phenomenon of more and more “things” being connected to the Internet (as opposed to people getting connected to the Internet). Although the concept of “Internet of Things” includes bidirectional access (“things” giving information about themselves and people or software then controlling those “things”), creating “things” that “tweet” is a common first step in joining the growing “Internet of Things”. This paper discusses a project where researchers in South Africa attempted to get a wide variety of “things” to “tweet” there statuses automatically
Description: ICCIR 2011, International Conference on Computing and ICT Research. Kampala, Uganda, 7-9 August 2011
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5175
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