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Big Data University. Must-See IoT Smart Lighting Talk. Karl Jónsson about "The Internet of Things and Lighting beyond Light" To Predict the Trajectory of the Internet of Things, Look to the Software Industry. With over 50 billion connected devices expected by 2020, the Internet of things (IoT) is poised to have a major impact.

To Predict the Trajectory of the Internet of Things, Look to the Software Industry

What’s not clear, however, is how the IoT’s complex ecosystem — a loose network of interacting products and services, pictured below will evolve and proliferate and which companies will emerge as leaders. (Click here to for a version that you can enlarge to see more detail.) The red nodes represent platform companies; the gray ones are companies that provide a product or service. The IoT is a complex ecosystem that is not yet dominated by any major players.

Consequently, it could be difficult to determine the challenges and most effective business opportunities for companies looking to move into the space. 1. We expect a similar trajectory within the IoT ecosystem. 2. In the software industry, solutions providers ended up attaching themselves to one or two platforms. 3. This does not mean that there is no room for startups. 4. 5. Is your connected car spying on you? 4 November 2014Last updated at 19:09 ET By Matthew Wall Business reporter, BBC News As our cars become more connected, do they pose more of a threat to our privacy?

Is your connected car spying on you?

Modern cars are morphing into mobile data centres - connected, clever and packed full of sensors. But are they also becoming spies in our drives? As they record almost every aspect of our journeys and driving behaviour, interacting with our smartphone apps and sat-nav systems, who will own all the data they generate, how will it be used, and will our privacy inevitably be compromised? Dashboard nannies Telematics "black boxes" from insurance companies and related smartphone apps can already measure how aggressively we accelerate and the G-forces we generate hurtling too fast round corners.

This monitoring technology is even becoming sophisticated enough to recognise different drivers based on their signature driving styles. Don Butler, Ford's executive director of connected vehicle and services, agrees. Tutorials. NearBus. Internet of Things - ThingSpeak. Temboo.