If we could better control the physical world, how might we improve our lives? This question is being asked by daring mobile innovators in laboratories, startups and garages across the country as the connected revolution moves from smartphones to the world around us.
An exploding ecosystem, already numbering 10 billion connected devices, is a prime venue for economic transformation and exponential growth. We are on the verge of another wireless-driven technological revolution fueled by a vast sea of connected devices. Today, total global revenue from the internet of things is $200 billion. By 2020, that revenue is estimated to reach $1.2 trillion.
This revolution isn’t just about connecting clever gadgets and digital devices to the internet; it’s about connecting people to untold new opportunities. It’s about a chronically ill person whose doctor is automatically notified by a wireless device if her medical condition changes. It’s about cars that automatically…
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