Internet of Things (IoT) has garnered massive attention across the tech industry and portends major productivity advances for businesses of all types. The coming year holds significant promise as, potentially, the year in which actual (i.e., not simply existing products and services rechristened as IoT) business and industrial IoT deployments hit the mainstream.
Here are a few predictions from Bsquare.
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According to research firm Gartner, there will be 26 billion connected devices by 2020. Verizon’s The Internet of Things 2015 report revealed that among organizations having integrated Internet of Things (IoT) into their operations, 82 percent reported increased efficiency; 49 percent noted enhancements in product quality; and 45 percent said IoT advances have increased customer satisfaction.
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A surge in wearable fitness devices such as Fitbit has been seen in recent years as people sought motivation to exercise and monitor their health by tracking factors such as heart rate, number of steps taken and quality of sleep.
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