One big lesson for the IoT from the failed JTRS program, and what the IEEE SA, ISO, ITU, and SAE are doing about it with higher level data interchange standards.
“Open” in automotive may have changed, from an embedded code centric view to a end user perspective, with Apple and Google bringing smartphone integration.
A 1991 prediction about computer systems companies came true, and a similar reshaping is needed for semiconductor firms to fill the massive IoT chip gap.
Obviously, the folks at Snapchat didn’t read Kirckhoffs, but they aren’t completely to blame for the latest breach. Privacy and security rest on different bases.
The “hockey stick” growth projection is a tech favorite, but for the Internet of Things it is completely plausible – if a few issues are solved along the way.