Tuesday, February 18, 2014

How Do You Bring The Internet Of Things To The Consumer? Two Perspectives.

Two perspectives. By Stacey Higginbotham February 18, 2014: 03:37 AM ET ( gigaom.com ) -- This week we focused (inadvertently) on how to get consumers to adopt the internet of things is large numbers. First up is Om Malik and I chatting about what device is the right entry point for the connected home and why everyone seems to be waiting on Apple to do something big in this sector to drive adoption. Om is very disappointed by those people. We end with wondering if its apartment dwellers or programmability acting as the big challenge for mainstream adoption. In the second half of the show, I speak with Jackson Bond and Paul Hopton of Relayr, a company building a package of sensors called the Wunderbar. The company just achieved its crowdfunding goal via Dragon Innovations platform for its package of sensors and hub. Subscribe to gigaom.com For those of you who are sick of yet another sensor platform, these guys are less focus on building the conditional rules to turn these sensors into a smart home or office, and more using them as a tool to get developers thinking about the internet of things. You can program these tools using traditional iOS and Android development kits, putting this into the category of products like SparkCore and Tessel that want to bridge the app development world and the hardware world. Host: Stacey Higginbotham Guests: Om Malik and Ralayrs Jackson Bond and Paul Hopton. Defining the biggest challenge for the internet of things Oms favorite connected device so far is the Hue bulbs What is Wunderbar and how will it bring app developers to IoT? Will people buy apps or packages of sensors that run apps? Within 24 months you should be able to buy a sensor that solves a problem in the checkout line of a hardware store
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