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The Internet of Things is exploding, and it’s not hard to explain why it’s happening now. The sensors, networking chips and other technology required to connect to the Internet devices ranging from light bulbs to smart watches to industrial equipment have all become inexpensive. These connected things send and receive data through the network relating to a variety of physical characteristics – temperature, moisture level, pulse rate, light level, velocity or revolutions per minute – as well as more complex data such as maintenance requirements, sounds, and static or moving images. Most analysts agree that the Internet of Things will be huge. Two-thirds of consumers expect to buy connected technology for their homes by 2019.
This begs some important questions for developers.
What is the best way to build an Internet of Things solution that could do anything from control home appliances remotely, to gather meteorological data from sensors to produce a weather forecast?
What skills are needed to do so?
Where do you even begin?
How to scale effectively and efficiently?