This is the dawn of a new autonomous car era, where transportation-as-a-service may rule. Who will own the consumer when this
Topic: IoT in the Real World
“IoT in the Real World” by Dave Linthicum
The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the use of sensors to gather meaningful data from devices and to make sense of that data in real time or through deeper analysis. IoT is changing the world as we know it, from data processed from the cars that we drive and jet engines that fly our planes to MRI machines that save lives and home thermostats that keep us warm. The list of IoT-connected devices is growing each day.
In this blog, Dave Linthicum explores the value that this technology brings to our lives and businesses. He talks about the latest news in this emerging space, focusing on how the IoT is changing the way we do business and live our lives. He focuses on what’s new and innovative as well as how people can leverage this technology in the real world.
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Welcome to the data-sharing
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