The future of the Internet of Things promises a whole new wealth of data on all of the “things” we own. But what about the things we don’t own, like deforestation, global oil supply, and even closed economies?
A big promise of the Internet of Things is that by analyzing millions of new sources of data from embedded, networked devices our experience of the world becomes better and more efficient.
As sensors spread across almost every industry, the Internet of Things (IoT) is causing a massive influx of big data. But how do we make use of all this data of this on a practical level in our everyday lives?