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Technology    September 30, 2015
Connectivity and the Internet of Things
Posted by Dana Blouin

The idea behind the Internet of Things is providing connectivity to everyday items. Many of these items are things that we interact with repeatedly throughout the day. While it’s becoming common to see new items come to market ready to be connected to the Internet, collect data and be controlled remotely we are still moving through the integration process for existing items to be brought online.

One such item is the vehicles that we use to move around our environment. The vast majority of us don’t upgrade our cars every year, and the average age of cars on the road is trending upward, which means most of us will be waiting a bit longer before we slide in behind the wheel of a brand new connected car.



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