Engineering Challenges of the Connected Soldier

ANSYS, Inc

Many of the technologies that underpin the commercial boom in the internet of things were initiated through government funded defense programs.
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while the press may focus on consumer controlling their thermo states, light and appliances,deloitte predicts that  60 percent of all wireless iot devices will be bought paid for and used by enterprises and industries


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