The following is a summary of what we believe will happen to the internet of things (IoT) in the next few years, as it relates to our everyday lives.
As we approach a time when people will be building smart, connected devices that work in concert with their smart phones, we’ll need to take into account how our data will be accessed, analyzed, and stored.
Here are a few things we’re expecting to see in the coming decades: Personal data will begin to be more closely integrated into devices, from smartwatches to smart thermostats and smart TVs.
We’ll be able to make more accurate decisions based on our data about our physical environment.
Smart home automation will be able in part on smart home devices that can read our home settings and automatically adjust our lighting and thermostat settings based on the current weather conditions.
As IoT becomes more widespread, it will also become easier for businesses to build more smart products, such as devices that monitor the health and performance of their employees and customers.
Smart homes, smart appliances, and smart home security systems will become more common.
As connected devices become more connected, our physical lives will become increasingly automated and the way we access them will become much more automated.
The Internet of Things will become the dominant form of smart infrastructure for our lives.
Our daily interactions will be more automated, and we’ll be more comfortable using these devices in the home and in our work environments.
The more we interact with the IoT, the more sophisticated we’ll become in our digital lives.
The IoT will make it easier for people to communicate with one another, create content, and share ideas and experiences, and will allow for a more personalized and connected digital world.
And ultimately, as our everyday data becomes more connected with each other, we’re sure to see an increased amount of data-driven and connected interactions in the world.