IoT is a game changer, here is why
While browsing your notes have you ever found one that makes perfect sense to you? Like you can completely recreate the moment and your thoughts by that time. Today I found a diagram doodle. I think it is worth sharing with you.
Apparently my handwriting is similar to the one of your MD, so here’s the thing I was thinking:
IoT is a game changer because it will spark a new wave in innovation. Bare 0.5% of the possible connected devices are invented. Imagine the possibilities.
IoT is a game changer because it will lead to greater cooperation between rivals. In order to bring IoT to mass use there are standards to be created. There will be another Internet, right next to this one. It will be the Internet of Things.
IoT is a game changer because it will unlock new revenue streams. Possibilities are endless again. See the first point of this article.
IoT is a game changer because it will encourage a lot of investments in technology. The next wave of startups will be creating devices. Investors follow waves. They do waves, as well. The Wall Street will be the first to smell the opportunity and cash in early.
IoT is a game changer because it will allow companies enter new markets easily. A lot of big data will turn out to accurate market research. They measured the last earthquake in California via Jawbone UP users. Imagine what type and amount of data will be collected when IoT is everywhere around us. Somewhere around 2020 as per Business Insider and Cisco.
IoT is a game changer because it will totally transform outdoor advertising. Meaning non-digital billboards are dead by the end of 2018. Connected billboards will sell ads just like Google does. Google maybe will own a good share of world’s billboard population and will connect it with their advertising system. Then they do what they do now – sell you ads. Outside the Internet, technically.
IoT is a game changer because it brings future to the present. This is also a valid argument.