The Internet of Things (IoT)
The ubiquity of connected devices, like Smart Phones, has led to a fundamental shift in the way we think about and can use devices, which share data.
Ten years ago the ‘smart fridge’ was considered to be joke – why would you need a fridge to tell you when you are running out of milk? Surely you can just open it and see. The way we shop, consume and think has been altered by technology hugely, if my fridge can tell me I am running out of milk and get some delivered it starts to look a bit useful.
We believe devices connected to the web, which can transmit data, will become more and more prevalent. We also believe the potential uses of IoT can and will impact virtually every facet of society from health care, education and, of course, the much speculated on self driving car.
Our team of engineers are constantly exploring the latest technology, which can be used to push the boundaries of what is possible in the field of IoT further than ever before.