Three Must-Have Features for Every IoT Application
More than one billion cars logged more than three trillion miles worldwide in the last year alone. What if every one of those cars could move forward but had no reverse gear?
Now imagine trying to parallel park on a busy city street without the ability to back in. Home garages would need to be sloped in order to allow cars to glide out to make those late night trips to grab some ice cream. Hit a dead end street? Good luck getting out!
The idea of having a billion cars on the road unable to back up when necessary is ludicrous. It’s one of those features in a car that we take for granted. But when your transmission starts to slip, and reverse suddenly stops working, its importance becomes very clear. Thankfully, by the time automobiles began to be mass produced and offered affordably, with Ford’s original, Model T they understood the importance of two-way vehicle motion.
The Internet of Things also has some fundamental requirements that decades down the road will still be essential to properly function. Download our latest ebook to learn which features no IoT app should go without.