This year’s Mobilize conference showed us that the internet of things is bringing mobile tech to places where you’d never expect it.
The internet of things is bigger and more diverse than ever, but what are the forces that drive it? Greg Duffy, CEO of DropCam, shared his ideas at Mobilize 2013.
As everything becomes connected, there’s a huge opportunity for farmers to apply more data to their growing strategies with smart sensors, according to OnFarm Systems.
With only 2 billion people connected to the internet around the world, getting the other 5 billion will take enormous amounts of capital expenditures. Unless we all start sharing our mobile broadband access, that is.
Many developers and companies launch apps without doing the proper amount of testing on real devices under real-world conditions, according to Appurify co-founder and CEO Jay Srinivasan.
Dennis Miloseski, head of the design studio for Samsung Design America, said that Samsung’s new design arm is “in the business to turn science fiction into science fact.”
While most think of the internet of things as a network of, well things, most interactions still require a person in the workflow.
The industry will also be aided by individual hobbyists, who could stumble upon the big applications.
When the consolidation wave in the OTT market comes, there will be winners and losers. Will the losers just fizzle out or find a new way to innovate?
There’s great need for security in the Internet of Things. Can the industry make itself better, or will the government have to step in?