Wearables Will Dominate by 2025
The future is looking quite bright for the Internet of Things (IoT) and especially in the area of wearable technologies. A recent article by Samantha Murphy Kelly on Mashable titled “Experts: Internet of Things and Wearables Will Dominate by 2025”, highlights what
we here acheter viagra at Rapid are just starting to explore. She writes that “According to the new report conducted by the Pew Research Center, about 83% of the 1,600 industry experts surveyed believe the category will dominate the mainstream in about 11 years, but there will be slow progress to reach this level, despite today’s trends and hype about it being the next big thing.”
With our recent efforts into developing on the newly released Android S5 and the Neo Smart Watch, we are starting to experiment with building apps for wearable technologies in the
fields of Healthcare and vendo viagra barcelona entrega en mano Utilities. Innovation is rightly needed in these industries as Samantha explains that “experts believe communities will start to embed devices and smartphone apps with information about transportation, pollution levels and even deliver news about electricity and water more efficiently this way. The environment — real-time data about fields, oceans and soil moisture — is also on the radar for tech growth, as is the goods and services industry which can use sensors to track materials more quickly”.
Users need access to timely information via sensory based devices that can help us determine, for example, critical health related problems or address alerts when gas
leaks occur for surveyors in the field for utilities. We are currently working with a large Utility company to help them build apps for cialis prix vidal mobile devices that will allow their field acheter viagra services crew to detect and repair gas leaks. Until now, the field services crew has been using paper forms and data about pipes and equipment were not accessible to them in the field in real-time from their data systems.
In her article, Samantha explains that there are some fundamental problems that need to be solved. However, “there are still limitations; every company prefers to use its proprietary technology, which often isn’t compatible with other platforms. Not only do companies need to work together so their products can interact with each other, but there are also issues related to privacy that stand in the way”.
At Rapid, our goal is to build solutions that can integrate with wearable technologies and mobile devices, so that in the enterprise world, there will be access to critical information which will help organizations address serious health, environmental and even hazardous events, quickly and efficiently.