Over the past few weeks, we have taken a look at the Internet of Things (IoT), what it is and what its’ likely future effects are going to be. There can be no doubt it’s already a reality and the potential difference it’s going to make to our work and home lives is significant.
There has always been an ongoing debate between the benefits of having in-house engineers, developing an in-depth knowledge of their products and markets and external consultancies, bringing in broader skills sets and perspectives.
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So far in this series of articles about the Internet of Things (IoT), we have written about its significance, potential, how it can benefit companies’ bottom lines and given an example of its use with RFID tags.
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As we have touched on in our previous articles about the Internet of Things (IoT), the consensus is that it is going to disrupt and transform both our business and home lives in an almost unprecedented way, whilst offering huge benefits for companies.