This Week in the Internet of Things (IoT): 12/05/2014

on December 5 | by

Each week, we scour the Internet superhighway for the latest and greatest Internet of Things news. From product launches to thought leadership articles, below are our five favorite IoT items this week.

Internet of Things Predictions For 2015

Internet Of Things 2015

2015 is bound to be an interesting year for the Internet of Things. This is a great list of what are sure to be exciting and important issues for the IoT in the coming year. Read more.

Is Consumer Empowerment The Key To IoT Success?

Internet Of Things Consumer Empowerment

Consumers will never want technology that provides such anticipatory intelligence in their home unless they feel empowered to choose and configure the connected home capabilities they desire. The secret to the consumer IoT, therefore, is facilitating this empowerment. Read more.

How A Raspberry Pi Can Be Used In The Classroom

Raspberry Pi Classroom

The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a pretty good place to start! They run an amazing training course for teachers called Picademy which is completely free – you get to visit their headquarters and spend two days learning about how you can use Pi in your classroom. Read more.

The Skully AR-1 Is A Safer, Smarter Motorcycle Helmet

AR-1 Helmet Internet Of Things

The Skully AR-1 represents exactly the kind of convergence of technologies that will continue to drive new experiences, as IoE connects people, process, data, and things in startling new ways. By infusing video sensors in the back of the helmet, it can monitor the traffic in a driver’s traditional blind spots. Read more.

Israeli Company Says It Can Recharge Your Phone In 30 Seconds

Recharge Phone 30 Seconds

An Israeli company says it has developed technology that can charge a mobile phone in a few seconds and an electric car in minutes, advances that could transform two of the world’s most dynamic consumer industries. Read more.

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