By Hinkmond-Oracle on May 30, 2016
Still a lot of churn in the Internet of Things (IoT) market. Notice the recent articles in the tech press continue to write about the "future" of IoT, that IoT is "poised to disrupt", and that in the "future" IoT will be the next "Big Thing". With that type of hype factor still on high, it is even more important now to zero in on the true money-making IoT opportunities and forget about the dud markets for IoT.
Here's a quote:
...[M]ost enterprises fail to understand the opportunity and are not invested in the IoT. Consulting firm Bain & Company Inc. believes that a big reason for this is that the definition of the "Internet of Things" is still being misrepresented.The article continues on to describe the Top 5 IoT Markets: Consumer IoT, the Industrial Internet, Networking, Real-Time Analytics, and Self-Driving Cars & Robots.
I think Robots can be an IoT market all by itself. Not sure really what a "Self-Driving" Robot would be... Aren't all robots "self-driving" (by definition)? 🚗📱 🤖🦄