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WS-REST.org has announced that it will host the fifth edition of the International Workshop on Web APIs and RESTful Design at the 23rd International World Wide Web Conference this April in Seoul, South Korea. The first workshop was held in 2010. As APIs have continued to drive innovation in the connected world, the workshop has continued to refine its scope of study, broaden its expectations and increase interest. As the organizers begin to develop this years agenda, PW caught up with Carlos Pedrinaci, a research fellow at The Open University, UK, and one of the event organizers.
Sometimes we forget what the real purpose of all this fancy technology is. And what is that? To make our real lives easier. Mashups often help with that, allowing us to do such simple things as find a good beer, our favorite music artists, where the streetcars are, or where a park is.
BreezoMeter today announced its launch in nine additional countries around the world. The company will introduce its application program interface (API), which allows municipalities, smart cities and businesses to integrate dynamic air quality data into their existing systems and technologies.
Predix Public Safety
||The Public Safety API offers media obtained from intelligent lighting sensors located along public roadways and in parking lots. This information provides local businesses and city officials with...||Cities||07.04.2016|
Predix Pedestrian Planning
||The Pedestrian Planning API offers metadata obtained from intelligent lighting sensors located along public roadways, and parking lots. Information returned by this API includes volume counts by...||Cities||07.04.2016|
Predix Parking Planning
||The Parking Planning API offers parking metadata obtained from lighting sensors in parking lots and along public roadways. Information such as real time occupancy status is available. This REST API...||Cities||07.04.2016|
Predix Traffic Planning
||The Traffic Planning API offers metadata obtained from lighting sensors along public roadways. Information such as speed, and direction is available for historical and real-time development purposes...||Internet of Things||07.04.2016|
||The iNaturalist API allows developers to integrate wildlife sighting data into their applications. iNaturalist.org is a website that allows naturalists, scientists, and citizens to record, share, and...||Environment||06.22.2016|