Last time, operational definitions of the Internet of Things (IoT) were presented and, since no objections were heard, Logic PD’s chief technology officer Scott A. Nelson’s definition rounded up the concept completely. He concluded the IoT is “the integration of devices with an open architecture data storage and application facility, i.e. cloud, to enable new sensor and data driven experiences that increase productivity, convenience, and security for operational entities and individual users.”
From Mr. Nelson’s definition the next question emerges, how has the concept of IoT affected sensor products? For an emerging initiative that is triggering visions of trillions of sensors deployed worldwide serving countless apps and offering staggering opportunities, the answers range from minimal to significant, essentially warm to cool, but enthusiastically optimistic at the very least.
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