Friday, 8 September 2017

A New Generation Takes Aim at IoT

The Internet of Things (IoT) is sparking huge interest and, naturally, all vendors want to get in on the act. One interesting result of this interest in IoT, and a welcome result from my point of view, is all the effort taking place at different levels—from home automation up to the major IT companies that, quite clearly, are leading the way.
In some of the less advanced IoT areas, however, confusion reigns. For example, home automation solutions are riddled with interoperability and security issues. Not many devices can talk to each other. And many devices, such as coffee pots, refrigerators and even cars, are susceptible to being hacked.

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