When I hear the term “Internet of Things” aka IoT, I
immediately imagine a futuristic, Jetson-esque connected world. Whether it’s a
robot in a ruffled dress, flying your cars to work or the son’s omnipresent
antennae/propeller/beanie they have it all going on. Everything digitized and embedded
with a software chip — from the clothes we wear on our back, all the way down to a water thermos ...