Businesses leaders and government officials are seeking to find what's possible with machine-to-machine (M2M) technology and the Internet of Things. And
Uldrich, who has been making the rounds traveling across the U.S. with the Connected Technology Tour, is a former naval intelligence officer and
A renowned business trend expert and the author of eleven books, including: "The Next Big Thing is Really Small: How Nanotechnology will Change the Future of Your Business;" and his most recent book, "Foresight 20/20: A Futurist Explores The Trends of Tomorrow", Uldrich regularly speaks on leadership, change management and technology consultancy dedicated to helping business, governments, and non-profit organizations prepare for and profit from periods of profound transformation.
When it comes to M2M and the IoT, Uldrich says, "the Internet of Things isn't just about gadgets and gizmos that make life easier, it's also about tracking data, or rather 'big data,' which is all the information currently passing through the Internet. Accurate information is obviously critical to the success of anyone's business. When it comes to government affairs precision of data is equally important. In fact, the Internet of Things (also known as the Industrial Internet) has alone been estimated to be a
In addition to his keynote address, "How the Internet of Things will Transform Business", Uldrich will follow up with a special session designed specifically for government officials to address their needs.
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Uldrich is a renowned global futurist, best-selling author, editor of the monthly newsletter, The Exponential Executive, and host of the award-winning website, http://www.jumpthecurve.net.
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