State-Of-The-Art Defense And The Internet Of Things
Law360, New York (August 2, 2016, 11:19 AM EDT) -- The number of products connected to the internet is rapidly increasing. Smart homes, autonomous vehicles and clothing that monitor heart rate — all products once just found in science fiction — are now part of the vast array of the internet of things, a rapidly growing network of devices, objects and sensors. Manufacturing no longer means simply producing a product that works; now, products must also compile, analyze and use significant quantities of data in real time.
Every day, companies are finding new ways in which the data generated by the internet of things can be interpreted to improve their products...
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