The trend in manufacturing of computerised control systems has been to miniaturise the components while increasing the functionality of the systems. This has led to the development of small inexpensive hand-held computer devices coupled with the availability of a user friendly application development language, Java and public cost-effect communication networks has given the developer a programmable web-enabled embedded device. This paper investigates the steps involved in programming the Tiny InterNet Interface platform and analyses the limitations imposed by miniaturisation on this device.
Keane, Anthony and Myler, Brian
"Web Enabled Embedded Devices,"
The ITB Journal:
1, Article 28.
Available at: http://arrow.dit.ie/itbj/vol5/iss1/28