pfignaux writes: Interesting things start to emerge when everything's connected to a network. Car windshield-wipers become networked rain sensors; airplanes become flying data centers controlled through an API; and dishwashers check the power grid for the best time to start in order to save you money on your electricity bill. If you're interested in the opportunities the Industrial Internet has to offer, check out Jon Bruner's recent report on O'Reilly Radar.
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