There’s an abundance of information available online today on the Internet of Things (a google search will give you 200 million results). We’ve narrowed that figure down somewhat to bring you some of the most current and useful information resources available today on the IoT.
So, if you want to learn the state of play of the IoT in 2017, look no further than these top IoT websites (in no particular order)…
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A picture paints a thousand words, and none more so than these enlightening IoT infographics giving us a pictorial view into the world of the Internet of Things.
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We’ve been fans of the folk over at SAM Labs for some time now (we even bought ourselves the ‘Science Museum Inventor Kit’ for Christmas :). Their SAM kits (small, battery powered building blocks that talk to each other wirelessly via Bluetooth) allow anyone to learn about electronics and build their own smart inventions.
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We like the sound of this new device. “The only app you’ll need for your Smart Home”, as cited in their Kickstarter campaign, nCube Home recently achieved over £26,000 in funding (beating their goal) to help get their product off the ground. Named as one of the top 10 tech innovations at the London Design Festival in 2015 and more recently winner of the brand new ‘IOT Connect’ award at the Wearable Technology Show 2016, they appear destined for good things.
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