Jason Hope recently released an eBook now available on Amazon entitled Understanding the Internet of Things Revolution: A quick Guide for Driving in the IoT Era. This book explains how the internet of things works and how it will impact life as we know it today. In this book, Jason Hope starts by indicating that we live in a world where technology is influencing every aspect of life. Although Jason Hope considers the internet of things as a disruptive innovation, he believes that it will help solve many problems that affect human beings as well as bringing efficiency in industry sector. In this e-book, he also takes the readers through important points on why the internet of things needs to be used responsibly.
What is the internet of things
The internet of things is a technology which allows devices to connect to the internet and to each other without the intervention of human users. These devices may include smartphone wearable fitness trackers, coffee machines, washing machines, cookers, and other devices. According to research by Gartner Inc, it is predicted that by the year 2020, there will be over 25 billion devices that support the internet of things in the world. This technology will have the capability of effecting consumers daily lives, business lives, and even industrial operations. By definition, anything that can switch on or off can qualify as a device that supports the internet of things.
With the internet of things, devices will be able to connect with other devices and with people. Although this technology is still in its early days, entrepreneurs can take advantage by learning how to come up with innovative profitable ideas based on it.
In the business and infrastructure sector, the internet of things will have a major influence. Take for instance the use of robotics machines in completing industrial operations and the use of online apps for selling and buying of commodities. These machines will be in a position to carry out most of the tasks that are done by human beings today.
Jason Hope lives in Scottsdale, Arizona and holds an MBA from Arizona State University.
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