Jason Hope: American IOT

What we perceive today as “smart” technology will be a thing of the past very quickly. It was not too long ago actually that we saw the advancement of phones basically overnight in terms of technological advancement. One day in 2005 we are awing at an incredible reversing selfie camera, today just a decade later, along with the aid of Bluetooth technology embedded in most devices, we practically run our homes through our mobile devices. Many share their vision of the future but only a few hold credibility in this particular field. Jason Hope is an entrepreneur and self-proclaimed “futurist” who often shares his vision of the future and the key component IOT. More about of Jason Hope at City Scene.

It is crucial that technology doesn’t only provide us with fun toys, but chances our safety as well. Jason Hope sees a near future where airliners will be continuously connected to ground supervision in a mechanical sense. Any small or serious issue dealing with a airliners parts would signal a quick response from mechanics on the ground to collect the necessary parts as soon as possible.

While safety is a key goal for many airliners, Jason hope understands that their focus will also be on the probability that IOT can bring. Air Asia is already implementing this technology to understand exactly how much or how little fuel they need to meet their bottom line, and he sees many of the American airliners to take notice and implement them in the near future.

Although he likes to look to the future, Jason Hope doesn’t just talk the talk, he also makes sure that his words have action behind them. In 2010, Jason hope donated $500,000 dollars to the SNES to push further research in ant-aging. When asked why the donation, Hope commented that SNES does more than just study anti-aging creams, but look into preventing diseases that speed aging and cause early death.

Hope continues to inspire us to look forward and allows us to partake in that endeavor with him if we wish to have a future and past to be proud of.

Visit: https://www.engadget.com/2017/01/26/jason-hopes-hard-line-stance-on-the-internet-of-things/

 

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