Jason Hope Comments on the Internet of Things
Jason hope is one of a growing class of individuals that operate as entrepreneurs in order to fuel their visions of the future. He is not only an entrepreneur but also a futurist, a philanthropist, and a venture capitalist. He lives in Scottsdale Arizona and is well known by the community for his passion and his ability to give back. He originally began his career by attending Arizona State University. It was at Arizona State University that he earned his bachelors degree in finance. He later went on to acquire his MBA from the same college. After graduating Jason hope created a mobile communications company. Today he focuses on venture capitalism and philanthropy with a particular interest in biotechnology that is aimed at lengthening human lives. He also has an interest in the Internet of things and believes that it can potentially revolutionize a number of industries.
Jason hope has recently been testing some of the concepts involved with the Internet of things and how they relate to the airline industry. In the past, the Internet of things was merely a concept and was only really something of science fiction. Today the entrance of things is able to permeate nearly every aspect of our lives. Everyday objects are able to have a wireless connection to a number of things. The Internet has changed the way that cars and even toothbrushes operate. A particular company that is leaving and technological research have released a prediction that at least 25 billion things will be connected to the Internet of things by 2020.
Jason hope has commented on one of the new technologies that are known as the Bluetooth beacon technology which allows objects to communicate with each other. There are several implications from the use of this technology for the airline industry. Already 37% of airlines have begun to allocate portions of their budget to the implementation of these devices. There are several airline companies which are ahead of the curve. For example, Virgin Airlines have nearly every single part of their planes connected to a wireless network. This allows the real-time collection of data in the analysis of this data. Maintenance is performed automatically, and it is tracked automatically. If there is an issue with the performance of an engine, the staff is automatically alerted, and mechanics are able to be on standby as the plane lands with the necessary parts in order to expedite the process of repairs. The same technology can also monitor the condition of safety items as well.
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