IoT Strategies

IoT in Action

Two co-workers discuss the benefits of IoT technology.

thebulk 7/4/2015 | 11:07:56 AM
Re: Quite brilliant... @Joe, LoL ;-)
Joe Stanganelli 7/2/2015 | 5:44:46 AM
Re: Quite brilliant... @thebulk: I like to think so.  ;)
thebulk 7/2/2015 | 3:00:14 AM
Re: Quite brilliant... @Joe, totaly worth it, right? 
Joe Stanganelli 6/30/2015 | 10:21:16 PM
Re: Quite brilliant... This is why I'm scared of things like my toilet being hacked.
Joe Stanganelli 6/30/2015 | 10:20:07 PM
Re: Quite brilliant... Reminds me of a particular family camping trip (in a 42-foot, amenity-filled motorhome...that's how the Stanganellis roll) when I was a kid.  The TV in the front of the motorhome happened to be the same kind of TV as one of our TVs at home.  So, I snagged the remote from home before we went on the trip.

We're on the highway, we have a video on for my kid brother, and from the back of the motorhome, I use the remote to mess around with the volume, the channels, and turning it off.

My dad was about to pull over when I fessed up.  I got yelled at, but it was pretty funny.  At least, to juvenile me.
thebulk 6/30/2015 | 12:37:42 PM
Re: Quite brilliant... @Sarah, Those very reasons are why my PhD research is IoT focused, I want to automate everything as a practical joke... also to create skynet, but thats another story. 
Sarah Thomas 6/30/2015 | 10:13:18 AM
Re: Quite brilliant... And, you have to admit that one of the values of IoT, or at least smart homes, has to be the ability to mess with people. Check on the babysitter, go into lock-down mode if your kid has a party and flicker lights to convince a guest the house is haunted...
[email protected] 6/30/2015 | 6:55:06 AM
Quite brilliant... THis is what b2B video is all about - coffee was duly spilled...
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