Developers wanted: Must be willing to change the world

July 20, 2016

With the upcoming $10,000 IoT for Cities Hackathon, GE makes Industrial IoT widely available to spark innovative apps for intelligent infrastructure.

By 2020, there will be 50 billion “things” connected to the Internet and not just smartphones, tablets, alarm clocks and coffee makers, but the devices that power our world, including core infrastructures like light fixtures, HVAC units, and other operating assets. This evolution in connectivity means digital infrastructure has the growing ability to see, hear, feel and smell (though probably not taste anytime soon).

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