The Internet of Things, in the words of Jason Hope, refers to connected technology. It pictures a system that links various devices one to another. A clear depiction encapsulating the ability of devices to use the same network in connecting and sharing data for the purpose of increasing efficiencies and decreasing waste. Virtually all electronic devices can be integrated into the Internet of Things, be it kitchen appliances, street lights or devices used in daily life.
Jason Hope perceives the Internet of Things shall bring about a likely intense rivalry among all top companies in building the needed capacity to create relevant apps that get people engaged with daily activities of life and across a wide range of devices. In his view, the race to the top will be founded on the level of utility consumer derive making the rivalry very strong not just in the future but right from now.
The Internet of Things has all it takes to completely alter the business methods we have always to known to something absolutely new. Everybody has to be ready because it promises to be the single biggest innovation and advancement in the tech industry for a long time to come. Many of the largest corporations in the globe would not want to be left out, so we should be looking forward to witnessing enormous investments from that quarter.
The world is sure going to be better for it as its benefits are numerous, biggest among which is the fact that it will help eliminate a lot of waste and make the world a safer place for everyone.
About Jason Hope
Jason Hope is an astute entrepreneur, an ardent futurist, a natural philanthropist and a prudent investor. He resides in Scottsdale, Arizona, filled with a passion for technology and always ready to give back to his community. Jason spent his growing days in Tempe, so he is purely an Arizona native. Also, he attended Arizona State University for his bachelor degree in finance before pursuing a MBA from ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business. His philanthropic initiatives have been tremendous.
The SENS research program was one of the numerous philanthropic courses the noble fellow has champion over the past few years. He is about the biggest donor to SENS, a research initiative that primarily help people live healthier and longer lives by fighting the effects of aging.