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When British technology pioneer Kevin Ashton first invented the term "The Internet of Things" he believed that a digital catalog of all physical objects would enable society to "greatly reduce waste, loss and cost." The term has since taken on its own meaning, with dozens of businesses having coined their own definitions and use-cases, and scores of I.T. thought leaders imagining the possibility of connected objects.
What if a pill with a camera embedded inside it could immediately diagnose bowel cancer? How amazing would a child's bicycle be if its location could be tracked by the child's parents? Envision a world in which an airplane seat can broadcast whether or not it's being sat on so that the airline can sell the space just before takeoff.
Want to make sense of how The Internet of Things is becoming a reality and how it can impact your business? Join ZDNet Editor-in-Chief Larry Dignan and TechRepublic's Editor-in-Chief Jason Hiner as they break it down for technologists.
You will learn about the latest developments and what the future holds in this informative, interactive video webcast.
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