Starts by acknowledging well promoted IoT use cases e.g. autonomous cars but makes the point that agrimetrics and IoT already early adopter of IoT & sensors.
And the benefits of reducing the 33% wastage of all foods, and 47% of seafood are enormous.
Soon, on a broad scale, cars will drive themselves and “virtual people,” or talking computers, will carry on conversations with the linguistic skills of an actual person. Those concepts are fairly familiar to the general public, but some of the lesser-known ideas for computer technology particularly interest Evans. Those include the potential to insert a chip into a pill to tell a doctor whether the medicine was taken, technology that assesses the nutritional components of a drink, or diets programmed by technology for optimum weight loss, Evans said. Devices attached to food will calculate when it will spoil or even offer a discount in a grocery store for food about to go bad. And 3-D printers will be household items that can produce beef, with cartridges delivered by drones to people’s homes.