Smart Trends: Open Source Sensing
June 24th, 2009

Earlier this week SmartMobs highlighted a presentation given at the Mobile 2.0 conference in Barcelona regarding Citizens as Sensors. Today, we deep-link to an article from h+ describing the Open Source Sensing initiative.

“Cheap, ubiquitous sensing has the potential to turn the worlds of privacy and civil rights upside-down,” says Brad Templeton, a futurist and civil rights activist who chairs the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Source:We the People are the Watchers | h+ Magazine

Thank you David Cassel for the tip!

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Thanks Mark and David — We appreciate having this project mentioned at Smart Mobs!

–Chris Peterson

2 - Gky

Open Source is gonna be the next big thing in cell phones, as more and more smartphones coming, the demand of open source systems and apps is growing.

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