In his article Geoff Duncan says that at a very basic level, “Internet of Things” means devices that can sense aspects of the real world – like temperature, lighting, the presence or absence of people or objects, etc. – and report that real-world data, or act on it.
He gave a bit of history and then write about the “Smart closet” to gave a practical example. The article then goes on and ask the question “Why aren’t we there yet?” and discusses four reasons to answer the question.
I enjoy the article very much and would recommend it to everyone that wants to learn more about the “Internet of things”.
You can read the article here.
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