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.
The Internet of Things is starting to touch the average Mobile Mom. Unsure about social technology? Follow us through what proximity beacons could bring.
Disruptive innovations are rare, but makers armed with open source, fabless chips, and crowdfunding can churn out more disruptions than we can handle. For the IoT to move forward, creative inclusion will be the new cool strategy.
Statistical significance has shifted from meaning too few samples to way too many samples, as in Big Data. The Internet of Things will shift us back to the importance of little data pointing to the likely possibilities.
Advances in automation have made transportation systems – air, car, and rail – amazingly safe. Truly autonomous systems, ones able to avoid leaving an out-of-control mess to a human with seconds to react, will take more thinking.