The pieces are falling into place for an “internet of things” | GigaOM
It may be difficult to describe what exactly the phrase “an internet  of things” means, but the pieces of the puzzle that are required for  that to develop are all here today, ThingM CEO Mike Kuniavsky told attendees at GigaOM’s Mobilize conference in San Francisco.  Those puzzle pieces include ubiquitous network connectivity,  cloud-based services, cheap assembly of electronics, social design, open  collaboration tools and low-volume sales channels. When put together,  Kuniavsky said, they create an “innovation ecosystem” that is the  foundation for an internet of things.
ThingM is what Kuniavsky called a “micro-OEM” that creates small batch custom electronics for a variety of clients, but the ThingM CEO and co-founder is actually a designer by training,  who worked in web design and then user design before founding Adaptive  Path, and who still works as a design consultant for large electronics  companies and has written a book called Smart Things. The  ThingM CEO said that based on his understanding of the custom  electronics market, the “landscape in which we’re creating ubiquitous  devices is about to fundamentally change.”

The pieces are falling into place for an “internet of things” | GigaOM

It may be difficult to describe what exactly the phrase “an internet of things” means, but the pieces of the puzzle that are required for that to develop are all here today, ThingM CEO Mike Kuniavsky told attendees at GigaOM’s Mobilize conference in San Francisco. Those puzzle pieces include ubiquitous network connectivity, cloud-based services, cheap assembly of electronics, social design, open collaboration tools and low-volume sales channels. When put together, Kuniavsky said, they create an “innovation ecosystem” that is the foundation for an internet of things.

ThingM is what Kuniavsky called a “micro-OEM” that creates small batch custom electronics for a variety of clients, but the ThingM CEO and co-founder is actually a designer by training, who worked in web design and then user design before founding Adaptive Path, and who still works as a design consultant for large electronics companies and has written a book called Smart Things. The ThingM CEO said that based on his understanding of the custom electronics market, the “landscape in which we’re creating ubiquitous devices is about to fundamentally change.”

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