With the development of mobile, cloud and security technologies, the internet of things (IoT) has become a mega trend that we believe needs to be applied in every industry. Many experts have even named IoT as the next Industrial Revolution. I recently wrote an article for Forbes highlighting the IoT trends that we believe will gain momentum this year.
I recently had the opportunity to break away from the cold Michigan weather and travel to San Francisco for the annual Google Cloud Next conference. Joined by cloud experts from around the world, I listened to some of the brightest minds share what’s next in the field of cloud computing. Here are a few of the highlights from this year’s event:
Next Sunday, March 5, is National Industrial Design Day. Coined by the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA), Design Day aims to raise awareness of the field of industrial design, inspire us through the sharing of creative innovation, and invoke community throughout industrial design professionals. To celebrate, Twisthink’s latest blog post sounds a few of the trends in industrial design. We’re looking forward to watching how they transform the industry and implementing them into our own work.
The Internet of Things (IoT) presents one of the largest trends in the technology industry right now. To stay ahead of competitors, many companies are seeking to shift to a digital strategy and integrate IoT. However, many leaders are simply trying to find their way to ROI through the dark. Based on more than a decade of experience with brands like Philips, Stryker, Whirlpool, Herman Miller, and Milliken, we have put together five key considerations to help you successfully turn IoT into ROI.
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There are variety of emerging technologies poised to disrupt the status quo – artificial intelligence, autonomous driving, virtual reality, and robotics to name a few. But none have been more widely pursued, adopted and rushed to market as the Internet of Things (IoT). Download our PDF to learn more
At Twisthink we are always looking for creative and enthusiastic thinkers to join our team. If you are interested in learning more, please visit our Indeed jobs page to view our current needs.