IoT is no longer a nascent dream. By 2020, IDC predicts there will be 30 billion connected ‘things’ and a revenue opportunity of $1.7 trillion for the ecosystem.
Global brands, such as Intel, have already announced significant changes to their business to focus on IoT, and as more devices “connect” the lines of autonomous provisioning, management and monitoring will continue to blur.
Putting the hype aside, one of the most important conversations to emerge lately relates to the tactical elements of IoT. What do organisations need to address in development to make this a successful technological shift?
Source: 4 fundamental practices in IoT software development | Information Age