In this era of global modernization, technologists are seeking a way to increase the efficacy of their products. To simplify life, tech companies are developing a technology that can synchronize commonly used appliances to work collectively. This invention, dubbed the Internet of things (IoT), has captured the attention of Jason Hope, a renowned entrepreneur. Jason has said that it may go down as one of the greatest discoveries known to man in the field of technology.
Jason is expecting that leading corporations will integrate the internet of things into their business. This will, in turn, influence smaller franchises to join the wave or get left behind. With the focus shifting on embracing IoT, developers will come up with devices that offer universal connection.
In the next few years, it will be imperative for everybody to embrace technology. Jason predicts that while smartphones and computers primary use is for Internet access, they may have more roles to perform in the coming years. He envisions the world where phones will be like universal remote controls, with the ability to instruct other appliances to perform certain home chores. These advancements will fuel competition among manufacturers, leading to the production of high quality, IoT compliant products.
As an ardent advocate of IoT, Jason outlined some of its advantages. He cited improvements in the transportation sector, with fewer accidents being recorded. Jason is hopeful that in the future, there will be no more traffic jams, thanks to the internet of things. Furthermore, the integration of IoT will result in faster tracking of vehicles, which can considerably reduce emergency response time in case of an accident.
For a technology that is still in its early days, the Internet of Things is displaying significant promise. There is still a long way until all of Jason’s expectations come to pass, but the early signs are promising.
Jason Hope is an investor and tech hobbyist. He is also an active philanthropist, donating significant amounts towards charitable causes. He currently lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.