Writer, tech trends commentator and futurist, Jason Hope, is known for being the proponent of The Internet of Things. The idea that, in the near future, devices that may not naturally be connected together at the moment will soon be inter-connected.
By this, Jason Hope means things like computers and kitchen appliances, security systems and cars will all be connected on the same network.
This will allow the average home occupant to be able to turn on their ovens, check their security systems and even be able to start their cars from the kitchen on a cold snowy morning.
Due to this Internet of Things, Hope believes, companies will change how they do business, and people will change how they adapt to the world and Jason on Facebook.
In his comments about this trend and what he predicts as its future, Jason Hope has pointed to the way this inter-connection of things is already helping public transportation on days when the weather is bad and buses or trains need to be diverted to a different route.
It is also helping improve public transportation which means in the future, Hope suggests, more people will use public services, thus cutting the number of cars on the road. As a result, The Internet of Things will also help decrease pollution and learn more about Jason.
Of course, along with his obsession with The Internet of Things, Jason Hope is also pushing the idea that businesses need to jump on the band wagon sooner rather than later.
That is because he believes this type of smart technology will improve the lives of hundreds of millions of people around the world and so, the faster we get there, the better for all concerned and Jason’s Website.
This improvement will not just occur in cities either, as rural areas will also benefit from things like more accurate emergency responses due to GPS tracking.
Jason Hope became interested in smart technology like this after graduating with a finance degree from Arizona State, and then a Master’s degree a couple of years later from the Carey School of Business there and Jason’s lacrosse camp.
Wanting to get into business for himself, soon afterwards he founded Jawa, a text messaging company that set him firmly on the path of being a ‘futurist’– someone who uses the current trends to try to predict how those trends will change and, thus, also affect the future.
Nowadays, he is using what he learned from running his own company, as well as what he sees by watching the tech world closely, to predict where we will be in the next 10 years, 20 years or longer and more information click here.