Internet of things ‘start of something big’ for Scots firms
The rise of the internet of things (IoT) has the potential to revolutionise households across the world, as everyday items from washing machines to kettles become able to record and send basic information.
It represents a huge business opportunity for tech firms based in Scotland which develop the sensor and imaging systems required for IoT to work.
Consumers also stand to benefit as the reliability and performance of domestic products improves as manufacturers learn from usage data.
While smart watches, fitness monitoring apps and even heating systems are already established, few homes... read more
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