Dom Guinard, PhD

Beyond the blockchain
Product & Technology

Beyond the Blockchain Hype

Blockchain is often touted as “the savior” to many of the obstacles that the Internet of Things must overcome for mainstream adoption. These challenges include security, trust, interoperability standards, the need for centralized platforms to provide processing power and the lack of resilience that a centralized approach can mean. Yet to some extent, the hype

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Food and Beverages
Product & Technology

Blockchains, Food, Beverages & IoT

In November 2008, a paper signed by a certain Satoshi Nakamoto was posted on the internet, leading to the creation of the bitcoin blockchain. Fast forward nine years, and blockchain technologies are on the verge of revolutionizing countless businesses, from banking to insurance, including the way we track and secure the food chain. What’s a

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Action details
Product & Technology

Using Blockchain Tech with EVRYTHNG to Certify Traceability Data

The heatwave generated by the blockchain revolution hasn’t spared the IoT field. While there are a number of blockchain use cases that just don’t make sense (such as controlling smart home devices), we are particularly interested in its potential impact on product traceability. Some of the unique properties of blockchain technologies could be very useful

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sigfox + EVRYTHNG
Partner & Ecosystem

The Sigfox-EVRYTHNG Partnership and the Future of Traceability

We’re called EVRYTHNG for a reason: We believe that all products in the world should (and will) receive a digital identity. This doesn’t just refer to high-end home automation devices such as voice assistants, but also to the three trillion consumer goods produced every year. After all, these products were the ones the IoT first

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Screenly + EVRYTHNG
Product & Technology

When Products and Digital Signage Speak the Same Language

Digital signage is booming. From stores to offices and public buildings, screens are now commonplace. This is a domain our partner Screenly masters, managing 10,000 screens and counting. Their secret sauce? Simplicity! Their system is plug and play, making it possible to deploy a screen within minutes. Screenly’s system is built on the popular Raspberry Pi platform

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The Physical Web and EVRYTHNG

HOME At EVRYTHNG we’ve been giving a unique URL and API to Billions of physical products (aka. THNGs) since 2011. Hence, when Google announced the Physical Web project in 2014 we were excited and amongst the first IoT platforms to integrate with the project. The basic idea of the Physical Web is to tag the

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Product & Technology

THNGHUB: EVRYTHNG’s Unique Local Cloud Gateway

As you may have already read in Fortune or in our press release, we have just released exciting new functionality for EVRYTHNG’s Smart Products Platform: THNGHUB, our Local Cloud Gateway! This is the first time that any hardware device, including products themselves, can be turned into hubs running a software gateway application that’s in lockstep

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Almond case study
Product & Technology

Making Things talk Web with the W3C

A couple of weeks ago, I had the chance to participate to the first face to face meeting of the W3C Web of Things (WoT) Interest Group (IG). Vlad and I have been working on and actively promoting an Internet of Things (IoT) that uses Web protocols (also known as “Web of Things”) since 2007 –

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#BeerGarageHack with ABInBev

HOME As you can guess from the name, Anheuser-Busch InBev’s “Beer Garage Hackathon” event was a beer-themed, weekend-long hackathon to create new apps with digital content and mobile experiences around beer. More specifically, the #BeerGarageHack launched ABInBev’s new beer and food pairing API, which they developed with the help of Mashery. We added the EVRYTHNG

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Digital in-store experiences: Thoughts from Blend Web Mix

HOME Last month I spoke at Blend Web Mix, an exciting conference about all things Web with a broad audience than spanned developers, designers and entrepreneurs. Very much the French equivalent of SXSW, there were many interesting presentations about up and coming trends in Web technologies and digital marketing. One of the talks was particularly

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