Whether we are talking about wirelessly monitoring your electric car battery, allowing a cardiologist to remotely monitor a patient’s heart condition, detecting when hydrogen fuel needs to be replenished, or solving a water pumping problem in Bali from Minneapolis, experts agree that the “Internet of Things” has arrived. The global opportunity is some 50 billion machines, or “things,” that have the potential to be interconnected, and that number is rising as embedded intelligence becomes standard in all distributed devices on the emerging Smart Grid.
John Tillotson, Steve Lundin
July 23, 2013
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