The Internet of Things Goes Mobile

SHANNON KEMPE | March 1, 2016

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The Denver Post recently revealed that, “The Internet of Tomorrow is parked outside a Centennial office building and opens this evening with free tours into what’s next. This massive trailer is a traveling exhibit of Internet of Things goodies, like the Wi-Fi beer tap, the Internet septic tank and a slew of health care products like a blood pressure monitor. TechrIoT, Denver’s new Internet of Things community, invited the Freescale IoT Truck (which is also sponsored by nearby Arrow Electronics) to show its members what Internet of Things is all about. The public is also welcome at this evening’s free event, and TechrIoT members will be showing off their products. Students from area schools have also been invited to participate.”

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