UK based IoT company, Telit has published Internet of Things Executive Handbook 2016, claimed to “address the specific needs of decision makers who face the challenges of transformative change and the potential opportunities and requirements for action that IoT presents.”
According to Telit, it “brings together articles by about 30 authors, including acknowledged industry leaders, founders of innovative start-ups as well as internationally renowned scientists, analysts, journalists and writers from USA, UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, Korea and Switzerland,” and “examines the significance of the IoT in the fields of: Artificial Intelligence and Robotics; Automotive; Cloud Computing and Big Data; Sports; Skills and Education.
Australian contributor is Professor Daniel James of Griffith University, and a director of the university’s Sabel Labs who has contributed an article on wearables in sport.
Telit CMO, Alexander Bufalino, said: “The Internet of Things is first of all an Internet of Ideas. To look at this multifaceted and complex phenomenon just in terms of isolated technologies, strategies or product designs is not constructive. We wanted to share the fascination emerging from joining different perspectives and concepts.
“This approach will be pursued further on the IoT Executive Handbook website, which fosters the exchange of thoughts, ideas and strategies relating to the IoT on an open platform by regularly publishing new articles.”
The Internet of Things Executive Handbook can be ordered via online bookstores or from the IoT Executive Handbook website.