Jason Hope would probably scoff if you called him the future of the tech industry but in the back of your minds, you both would realize it is potentially true. Hope is a world renowned futurist, a public speaker, and a published author. He is also a talented entrepreneur who has been turning the mobile processing world upside down through his work with the company Jawa, his own start up. For years now Jason Hope has been focusing on establishing method that monitors market trends and helps him to target disruptive technology in order to come out ahead of the pack. Using these methods he has stumbled upon perhaps his biggest target yet: the Internet of Things.
Whether you are addicted to latest Silicon Valley news or not, you probably are already at least moderately aware of the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things, or IoT for short, is a concept that explains how all of our technology and our daily life objects interface with the internet. Now, we aren’t speaking just of your traditional devices like your cell phone or your laptop. We are talking about your shoes. Your refrigerator. Your house lights. Jason Hope believes that the internet will become such a potent part of our lives that it will interface with everything — and we mean everything.
For Jason Hope the Internet of Things offers the best of all worlds. It is a tech revolution that will inspire, inform, and educate our day to day lives. Imagine a world where everything was made as efficiently as possible. Now imagine a world where that efficiency has helped to curtail waste while making us wealthier and happier as a result. It is a reality that could be here within years. Public transit, city officials, first response teams and more are already utilizing the Internet of things to help improve their work. Hope believes that bigger changes are coming in the future and that they will spread beyond entertainment and civic mechanisms in order to fully saturate our daily lives. We believe in this future, but do you?
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