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  • By now, you may have heard the term Internet of Things.

  • Sounds Interesting but what does the internet of things actually mean?

  • IoT is an evolution of mobile, home, and embedded applications.

  • They're being connected to the internet, integrating greater computing capabilities, and using data analytics to extract meaningful information.

  • Billions of devices will be connected to the internet.

  • And soon hundreds of billions of devices.

  • As related devices connect with each other, they can become an intelligent system of systems.

  • And when these intelligent devices and systems of systems share data over the cloud and analyze it

  • they can transform our businesses, our lives, and our world in countless ways.

  • Whether it's improving medical outcomes,

  • creating better products faster with lower development costs,

  • making shopping more enjoyable,

  • or optimizing energy generation and consumption.

  • Use an example of the big picture.

  • Imagine an intelligent device such as a smart traffic camera.

  • The camera can monitor the road for congestion, accident, and weather conditions.

  • And communicate that status to a gateway that combines it with data from other cameras, creating an intelligent citywide traffic system.

  • Now imagine that the intelligent traffic system connected to other citywide transportation systems which get data from their own intelligent devices,

  • creating an ever-larger intelligent system of systems.

  • The really big possibilities come from analyzing the end-to-end data across that system of systems.

  • For example, let's say the city intelligent traffic system detects massive congestion due to an accident.

  • That insight can be sent to the citywide transportation system, which can analyze the accident impact on other city systems.

  • Recognizing the accident is near the airport and two city schools,

  • it could notify those systems so they can adjust flight and school schedules.

  • It can also analyze and derive optimal route around the accident

  • and send those instructions to the city digital signing system to guide drivers around the accident.

  • And that's just one example of the potential benefits that can happen when intelligent devices share insight with other systems,

  • forming ever-expanding systems of systems.

  • But how do we get there?

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  • So what would you develop to help drive and accelerate the Internet of Things?

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By now, you may have heard the term Internet of Things.

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