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Geoff Mulligan

IPSO Alliance

Geoff Mulligan is a Technology Consultant focused on the Internet of Things, RF Sensors, 6LoWPAN, IPv6, IP networks and open systems. He is notable for developing the embedded internet and is the Chairman of the IPSO Alliance, IETF working group chair and creator of 6LoWPAN.

He is currently working on sensor network projects for the US Department of Defense, government agencies and various corporations, as well as numerous Smart Energy and SmartGrid projects.  Geoff received his M.S. from the University of Denver and B.S. from the United States Air Force Academy. He holds over 15 patents in network security and electronic mail and testified before Congress on Electronic Commerce and Computer Security.


A New Revolution Part 2: IP Enabled Smart Objects and the Smart Grid   August 27, 2010
By: Geoff Mulligan

The previous article covered a basic introduction to IP enabled Smart Objects. These are devices that combine processing power with communications capabilities to exchange information using the Internet Protocol. IP Smart Objects are being deployed in a variety of machine to machine (M2M) systems....more >>

A New Revolution Part 1: IP Enabled Smart Objects   August 20, 2010
By: Geoff Mulligan

By now most of us have become wholly reliant on our virtual connections and the devices—the cell phones, PDAs, and laptops—that drive them. As important as these communications tools have become, a new revolution in connectivity is taking place that is certain to be even more...more >>




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