Advocates of the Internet of Things (IoT) are no strangers to its potential, knowing it has the ability to aid every facet of the human experience. With market reports estimating 41.6 billion connected devices by 2025 – and industry verticals across the board embracing digital innovation – now more than ever, it is crucial to establish IoT industry standards.
While IoT’s potential is promising, it remains hindered by the inability to fully embrace universal standards to properly manage the security, interoperability, and scalability issues that arise in day-to-day IoT deployments. These issues result in an IoT that is not simple, efficient, or trustworthy. With these barriers, the exponential benefits of IoT are wasted.
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