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How the IoT Is Helping Our Environment
The Internet of Things offers numerous applications and benefits for animals and their surroundings.
The IoT Might Be Solving Planned Obsolescence
One of the most popular examples of planned obsolescence occurred in the 1920s. As technology evolved, light bulbs' lifespans increased, having as consequence a reduction of demand; the more light bulbs lasted, the less customers needed to replace them, which affected suppliers sales. Manufacturers such as Philips, General Electric and Osram gradually lowered light bulbs' lifespans—the industry standard of 2,500 hours in 1924 would eventually drop to only 1,000 hours by 1940.
Juan José is an IoT enthusiast. He is currently working on projects for retail analytics through the IoT. Juan enjoys getting lost in a book during the week and playing his acoustic guitar on the weekends.
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