Thingscon Report: A Trustmark for IoT

The ThingsCon report The State of Responsible IoT is an annual collection of essays by experts from the ThingsCon community.

With the Riot Report 2018 we want to investigate the current state of responsible IoT. In this report we explore observations, questions, concerns and hopes from practitioners and researchers alike. The authors share the challenges and opportunities they perceive right now for the development of an IoT that serves us all, based on their experiences in the field. The report presents a variety of differing opinions and experiences across the technological, regional, social, philosophical domains the IoT touches upon.

The whole report is available as a publication on Medium as well as a PDF download.

The State of Responsible IoT 2018 includes contributions from:

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The State of Responsible IoT 2017 report is available here.

This report is published by ThingsCon e.V. and licensed under Creative Commons (attribution/non-commercial/share-alike: CC BY-NC-SA). Please reference the author’s or the authors’ name(s). Images are provided by the author(s) and used with permission.

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