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The world is moving towards trillions of connected devices that in a few years will be not smartphones, but virtually anything - most of which has never been connected before. This connecting the unconnected will enable the Internet of Things - the rise of which is both exciting and confusing. The authors evaluate the opportunities that emerge as a result of the Internet of Things focusing on the impact to individuals, industries and societies along with the challenges ahead to harvest the full value of this ongoing evolution.

This book showcases the vision towards connected devices paving the road towards the Internet of Things. The book will also talk about five key areas - smarter spectrum, smarter workforce, smarter investments, smarter security, and smarter regulations. This first volume of the series lays the foundation for understanding today's connected vehicle and points in the direction of the software defined vehicle of the future.

©2017 Mahbubul Alam and Neeli Prasad (P)2017 Mahbubul and Neeli Prasad

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first 7 min = bios, a bit repetitive

Would you try another book from Mahbubul Alam and Neeli Prasad and/or Tom Kruse?

This is an interesting overview and worth the 66 cents. However, there is repetition between the early and late parts of the article, it feels like two authors wrote similar info and then combined instead of edit out duplication, and the first 7 minutes is incredibly boring bios of the authors. It should have been edited out.

What aspect of Tom Kruse’s performance would you have changed?

I personally find his reading boring, but then again, the article might just be too try and informational.