8 Ways The Internet Of Things Will Change Everyday Life

8 Ways The Internet Of Things Will Change Everyday Life

Bigger than the Industrial Revolution—this is how some analysts talk about the budding Internet of Things and the innovation that will come as a result. We will start to see a plethora “dumb” objects become connected, sending signals to each other and alerts to our phones, and creating mounds of “little data” on all of us that will make marketers salivate.Some of the largest tech behemoths have recently joined together to make the Internet of Things a closer reality in all of our homes, cars and lives. The AllSeen Alliance is seeing companies like Cisco, Panasonic and Sharp pledging to make their pipelines of new appliances and devices compatible with a networking system so machines can start interacting. By 2017, we will see smart objects hitting shelves on broad scale and we will start reducing waste, costs and inconvenience while increasing efficiency and safety.

Here are the changes coming to our everyday lives that I am most excited about in the Internet of Things:Tuning your car: As more machines speak to eachother and systems integrate, you will no longer miss an oil change. Your truly “smart” car will preemptively reach out to your mechanic when it is time for the annual tune up or your tire pressure is running low, and by cross referencing your calendar, appointment suggestions will be delivered to you to confirm a time with one click.

Managing your prescription and monitoring your health: When a prescription is running low, an appointment will be made with your physician through connected RX bottles. Doctors will be kept informed with how often and when their patients are taking their medicine and those with ongoing health issues will be able to have things like blood pressure and sugar levels monitored remotely.Grocery lists: Smart refrigerators will sense when you are running low on staples like eggs or milk and will automatically populate your grocery list. Stores will push reminders to add items to your list when it predicts you about to run out based on your historical purchasing behavior and average buying trends.  When you are walking through the store, reminders will get pushed to you to ensure you never have to make that dreaded second trip – (Honey, did you remember the….?) 

Energy consumption:  High-energy consumption household appliances will adjust based on dynamic price signals to lower your electric bill. Thermostats and lighting will learn your habits, to create the optimal setting based on your daily life, such as turning to your ideal temperature just before you arrive home. These gadgets will also sense when no one is in the house and turning off automatically to reduce wastes and costs.Driving and traffic jams: Driving will get a lot safer.  Stoplights will be able to adjust to real-time traffic conditions like when an emergency vehical is approaching. Road sensors will make changes to the speed limit based on weather and accidents, while also communicating directly to car dashboards about unsafe conditions (e.g. Slow down. The turn in .25 miles is icey).

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