The IoT gold-rush versus the Wild West

Cooling, Niall
April 2015
Electronics Weekly;4/29/2015, Issue 2626, p8
Trade Publication
The author discusses the internet of things (IoT) and its application to existing markets. A brief historical overview of the term "internet of things," which is accredited to Kevin Ashton, is given. It offers a definition of the principles of IoT solutions and tackles supervisory control and data acquisition and machine-to-machine as IoT. The dependence of IoT solutions on an internet gateway is noted.


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