By some estimates, the Internet of Things will have grown from 2 billion objects in 2006 to 200 billion by 2020. We are already seeing numerous consequences of all these devices, and the data they are throwing off: customer location and smart shelves in supermarkets; new highway traffic patterns; smart factory assembly lines; better weather prediction; faster and safer transit systems. IoT is redefining last-mile problems in the power grid, manufacturing, smart homes and offices, personalized medicine, supply chains, security, and of course telecommunications.
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