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It's been about 18 months since my original attempt at charting the Internet of Things (IoT) space. To say the least, it's been a period of extraordinary activity in the ecosystem.

While the Internet of Things will inevitably ride the ups and downs of inflated hype and unmet expectations, at this stage there's no putting the genie back in the bottle. The Internet of Things is propelled by an exceptional convergence of trends (mobile phone ubiquity, open hardware, Big Data, the resurrection of AI, cloud computing, 3D printing, crowdfunding). In addition, there's an element of self-fulfilling prophecy at play with enterprises, consumers, retailers and the press all equally excited about the possibilities. As a result, the IoT space is now reaching escape velocity. Whether we're ready for it or not, we're rapidly evolving towards a world where just about everything will be connected. This has profound implications for society and how we collectively interact with the world around us. Key concerns around privacy and security will need to be addressed.

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Internet of Things Landscape (Version 3.0)

  1. 1. Connected Home Protocols Platforms & Enablement (Horizontals) Personal Devices Wearable Computing FitnessHealthFamily Lifestyle SportsPetsToysMusic/ Art/ Video AutomationMonitoringSecurity Industries Industrial Internet Garden HealthcareAutomotiveRetail RoboticsGreen- tech Building Blocks Processors/ Sensors Parts/Kits Services Incubators Funding Distribution Connectivity/DevPlatforms Corporates M2M Networks OpenSource Platforms Software/DataPlatforms Sensor Net- works 3DScan/ Print PersonalInterfaces © Matt Turck (@mattturck), David Rogg (@davidjrogg) & FirstMark Capital (@firstmarkcap) Cloud Mobile Applications (Verticals) Telecom M2M Infra- structure 2G 3G 4G LTE CoAP 6LoWPAN LWM2M BiTXml DDS Asset Tracking Security Smart Grid Tracker Agri- culture Cooking Hub Payment/ Loyalty Drones/ Aerospace Portable WiFi Analytics Internet of Things Landscape v3.0
  2. 2. Original post: http://mattturck.com/2014/12/02/the-internet-of-things-reaching-escape- velocity/ http://techcrunch.com/2014/12/02/the-internet-of-things-is-reaching- escape-velocity/ Matt Turck: https://twitter.com/mattturck http://mattturck.com/ David Rogg: https://twitter.com/davidjrogg
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(Latest/revised version uploaded December 23, 2014) It's been about 18 months since my original attempt at charting the Internet of Things (IoT) space. To say the least, it's been a period of extraordinary activity in the ecosystem. While the Internet of Things will inevitably ride the ups and downs of inflated hype and unmet expectations, at this stage there's no putting the genie back in the bottle. The Internet of Things is propelled by an exceptional convergence of trends (mobile phone ubiquity, open hardware, Big Data, the resurrection of AI, cloud computing, 3D printing, crowdfunding). In addition, there's an element of self-fulfilling prophecy at play with enterprises, consumers, retailers and the press all equally excited about the possibilities. As a result, the IoT space is now reaching escape velocity. Whether we're ready for it or not, we're rapidly evolving towards a world where just about everything will be connected. This has profound implications for society and how we collectively interact with the world around us. Key concerns around privacy and security will need to be addressed.

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