World of Sensors Predicted
“There are, even by the most conservative estimates, billions of objects and devices connected to the Internet. Various estimates place the total number of connected devices between 40 to 50 billion by 2020; and these devices together make up the Internet of Things (IoT). Ultimately, two things are clear: IoT technologies are here to stay, and its economic impact will be significant.” – AIG.com
Futurist author Jeremy Rifkin addresses the Internet of Things in the New York Times: “This new technology platform is beginning to connect everything and everyone,” he writes. “By 2020, it is projected that at least 50 billion sensors will connect to it.” Read more …
“A formidable new technology infrastructure — the Internet of Things — is emerging with the potential to push much of economic life to near zero marginal cost over the course of the next two decades. This new technology platform is beginning to connect everything and everyone. By 2020, it is projected that at least 50 billion sensors will connect to it.”
– Jeremy Rifkin – New York Times (March 16, 2013)
What is the Internet of Things?
Jonathan Strickland with “Future Thinking” (2013)
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