This is the prediction of the future that most electronics and devices we use every day will communicate with each other much more than today. Some examples include kitchen appliances, lights in your home, and cars.
He writes about real time traffic optimization becoming a thing, for example bus routes will change according to construction and accidents. In cities, buses will become even more popular because they will become even more efficient.
For now, smart appliances are simply more convenient than traditional ones, but Jason Hope predicts that in the years to come companies and manufacturers will focus more on integration with other devices you use every day all controlled within a few apps on your phone or other devices. Competition will only speed up the process, too.
Jason Hope acquired a degree in Finance and later an MBA at Arizona State University, and around the same time he created Jawa, a mobile communications company, later investing in other technology based companies, now he has a large portfolio of companies he makes money from.
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