Internet of Things (IoT)
A Look at Internet of Things (IoT) Industry as it stands Today
Smart home: Nest (bought by Google), SmartThings (bought by Samsung)
Wearables: Smartwatches, fitness trackers, and pet-tracking gadgets
Industrial Internet: GE …. Companies (that GE sells Industrial Equipment to) use … data from sensors, like improving fuel efficiency and making trains run faster.
Chipmakers: Intel, Qualcomm, ARM Holdings.
Wireless-device makers, Networking Equipment Makers: Sierra Wireless, Cisco, Aruba, Ruckus Wireless, Netgear.
Big Data: Splunk, Hortonworks.
Smart Cars: #SmartCar
- Electric / Hybrid / Fuel-cell Cars.
- Autonomous / Semi-autonomous Cars.
- Sensors – Data:
- More Fuel Efficient.
- Collision Detection.
- Connected (IoT).
- New User Interface (UI) – Not Traditional “Steering wheels” and “Gears” and “Speed Readers”, rather New “Controls”.
- Manufacturing: Digital Manufacturing; New Materials; 3D Printed (parts) and then assembled.