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Brian.Dean
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12/11/2014 | 11:54:27 AM
IoT saves Energy Cost
The price of fuel has been dropping but saving energy costs is still a major front for businesses, and IoT is the easiest to implement in environments where measurement and monitoring energy usages in a static geographic location is the need. 

Energy is just one sector in which the IoT can help, there are many more, this makes me feel that chip makers will also number in the multiples, where IoT is concerned.

 
Susan Fourtané
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12/12/2014 | 12:59:26 AM
Re: IoT saves Energy Cost
Brian, 

Cisco and Bosch have already helped cities like Nice and Montecarlo in Europe with their IoT city projects, which include all the street lighting. -

-Susan
Brian.Dean
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12/12/2014 | 7:28:48 PM
Re: IoT saves Energy Cost
@Susan, agreed. Software such as Cisco's EnergyWise has enabled a large number of possibilities in the datacenter and facilities as well. These suites are equally important in the IoT ecosystem as they put computational power to good use -- towards energy efficiency. They are as important as the software from SDN.
Susan Fourtané
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12/13/2014 | 5:34:33 AM
Re: IoT saves Energy Cost
Brian, 

Yes. And everything connected to the IoT or IoE is going to work well simply because there is not coming back after everything and everyone will be connected. 

-Susan
Brian.Dean
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12/14/2014 | 7:38:39 PM
Re: IoT saves Energy Cost
Susan, connectivity provides a lot of benefits, one of the many benefits that it provides is that an option is created for computational units to be removed from the end node and off loaded into the cloud. Eventually, the IoT should lead to smart dust, it is interesting to ponder whether smart dust will be just like the IoT or will the dust require on-board processors.
Susan Fourtané
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12/12/2014 | 12:52:18 AM
As long as five years ...
"At some point, the billions of predicted IoT devices will talk to one another. But it may be a while."

Yes, it will take as long as five years. There are entire cities already running IoT projects in Europe. 

-Susan


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