The majority of data sharing platforms are centred around powerful servers and lightweight clients. Instead of using this large-scale centralised approach to data management we look at breaking data-centric architectures into smaller components. These smaller components would consume less electricity, be cheaper, and more flexible than a “big server” while still mimicking, as a swarm, the features one such big server would provide.
- The entity registry system (ERS) creates global and shared knowledge spaces through series of statements. For instance, “Amsterdam is in the Netherlands” is a statement made about the entity “Amsterdam” relating it to the entity “the Netherlands”. These statements can be created, shared and browsed from any kind of devices starting from an XO-1. The sharing infrastructure is also usable under any connectivity context
- We maintain a page about relevant hardware
- Christophe Guéret <email@example.com>