I generally am not a fan of the lists-of-predictions articles that tend to come out at the beginning of a year, but when I was approached by SiliconANGLE to make some predictions about the Internet of Things in 2015, I couldn’t resist:
In 2015, we will see the proliferation of frameworks for communicating with and controlling connected accessories in users’ homes. Communications apps based on TCP-over-Bluetooth will also emerge as well as lower power implementations of Wi-Fi. This is all according to Matt Osminer, Director of Engineering at Cardinal Peak, an engineering services firm that helps its customers bring Internet of Things (IoT) and video/audio products to market.
Read the full article here.