The Internet of Things includes everything from smartphone apps that control your homes lights and temperature from afar to real-time analytics that help ease traffic congestion and city parking woes, according to SAP.
Yes, the IoE can bring us out of the Great Depression. We presently have a generation gap impeding progress to implement the infrastructure in order to start reaping the rewards of a connected society. Far to many people are unwilling to learn a new skill set or fear the changes of being connected to a digital world. Learning is going to be revolutionized in this decade, we have to cut cost across multiple disciplines.
By SimonCocking. Denis Canty Lead Technologist IoT #Tyco#Innovation Garage • #IoE,#DataScience and #AI Writer A Tech Heaven • Speaker • STEM Enthusiast What is your background briefly? I began in Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) and graduated with an Electronic Engineering Degree in 2003, before going on to get a Masters in Microelectronic Design from [ ]
Phil Howard's talk "How the #Internetofthings Can Set Us Free (Maybe)" is going to be intense: The internet of things is the expanding network of everyday objectsyou can expect some 35 billion connected devices by 2020. The internet wont be about your mobile phone or laptop anymore it will be dominated by communication between devices chips scattered over the natural world and sensors embedded in our bodies. Should we fear or welcome the next internet? In my talk based on my book Pax…