I am gearing up to give a talk at Belgacom in Brussels this week, on The Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine futures. This is a really fascinating topic that is only going to become more important in the next few years – and it is full of very futuristic angles, for sure. So here are some of the resources I discovered while preparing for the event on April 18 (yes, my slides will go up on my new GerdCloud.com file-sharing site right after the event).
Hope you like this summary!
So here is part 2 of my Guide to Disruption, continued from points 1-7 last week, here. Before I dive in, this is a key point to remember: because of global technology-fueled empowerment (hopefully not enslavement;) and the accelerating trend to a true ‘global village‘ (see my XMedia Basel slides on this, here) sudden and merciless disruption can now arise from any place with high speed Internet access (see waze versus Garmin and Navteq) as education and learning goes digital, talent arises from everywhere and venture capitalists finally go global (not sure that’s such a good thing, though)….