During a keynote @ Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Dr. Paul Jacobs (CEO and Chairman of Qualcomm) talked about how non-phone, non-tablet devices would connect to the flat world. In this “all is connected” world, the mobile phone would be used as a central hub between all those items.
Paul Jacobs looks at the mobile phone as “a device which will help you orchestrate the interactions of the things around you and provide real-time access to all sorts of info, including the people you meet, the places you go and the content that’s available there.” Off cours this means a lot of different developmonts are alreaady set in motion to make shure you can communicate with every non-device (f.i. local radio, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, satellite, NFC (near field communication)). The end-user won’t care how the phone connects but it has got to connect in the fastest way possible.
The Mobile web will be the standard for 2014….so we’re looking forward to seeing this technologies rolled out! We know Qualcomm has it chipsets ready so….wait and see?
But to give an insight on the Internet of Things a found a cool video on what Internet of Things means.
At this Qualcomm site you get an impression of what it means a wireless world with an Internet of Things.