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Internet of Things London Message Board General › Bluetooth and IoT CTIA 2013

Bluetooth and IoT CTIA 2013

Scott W.
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Wootton Bassett, GB
Post #: 3
Thought the Xively people would like this statement from Mark Powell who is the Executive Director of the Bluetooth SIG.

Quote from http://blog.bluetooth...­

"I am often asked what I see in the future for Bluetooth technology. As I reflected on my panel discussion for CTIA, I really thought about the answer to this question and one of the things bubbling to the surface was the cloud. Currently, cloud computing is mostly general-purpose storage infrastructure, but it will evolve into something much more useful. I mean, wouldn’t it be fantastic if all the data gathered from your device connections could be sent to specialized cloud-based applications, to be used by yourself or the experts (say, your doctor) you choose. Once these specialized cloud-based apps are in place and once there is a way to pass data between multiple cloud apps, powerful new products and services will develop."
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