From refrigerators that notify you when you’re out of milk, to agriculture sensors that give a farmer minute by minute updates on their field and crops, to cars that sense the need to slow down for pedestrians – there are many emerging markets within our digital ecosystem known as the Internet of Things.
The Internet of Things encompasses a world where machines and physical objects are embedded with Internet connectivity and networked sensors allowing them to process data and communicate in real-time with their surrounding environment. These things, known as “smart” devices, are being adopted by millions of people across the country to achieve fitness goals, connect with doctors, and increase productivity in their everyday lives.
The Internet of Things, however, is much more than just a convenience technology. It has the potential to be a catalyst for economic growth and job creation, increased manufacturing jobs, streamlined