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Jumping on the IoT bandwagon

How latecomers to the party won’t be left out with the Internet of Things

2nd October, 2016
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Diarmaid Flynn, client services director, Ergo

The Internet of Things (IoT) has always been portrayed as a futuristic concept, wherein our kitchen appliances talk to each other, our transport is fully automated and our cities replace humans with machines. It has often grabbed the imaginations of the entertainment industry as the key to what will make the future ‘futuristic’, and applications of similar concepts have been portrayed in Back to the Future 2 and even The Simpsons.

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