Here are some areas that may prove key to the development of the Internet of Things (IoT) applications within enterprise organizations
"The Internet of Things (IoT) has formed an important part of industrial tech conversations for some time now. Still, enthusiasm for the technology and the applications it enables has not subsided.
Looking at the coming months, there are five areas that may prove key to the development of IoT applications within businesses:..."
Did you ever think you'd be talking to your phone like it was a friend, asking where to find good tapas?
"Or that your refrigerator would be able to talk to you and let you know you're low on milk? We used to use watches to tell time. Now, we rely on them track our heart condition, get directions, send emails and texts, and talk to our friends. The Internet of Things (IoT) has changed the way we interact with our personal devices and transformed the way we live in a way that would have seemed like science fiction just a few years ago. And in 2020, it's going to revolutionize the way we work. Here are four things you can expect to see:..."
The Internet of Things is connecting more devices every day, and we're headed for a world that will have 64 billion IoT devices by 2025
"This growth carries several benefits, as it will change the way people carry out everyday tasks and potentially transform the world. Having a smart home is undoubtedly cool and will draw oohs and aahs from your guests, but smart lighting can actually reduce overall energy consumption and lower your electric bill.
New developments would allow connected cars to link up with smart city infrastructure to create an entirely different ecosystem for the driver, who is simply used to the traditional way of getting from Point A to Point B..."
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