IoT is no longer optional for organizations. I often describe IoT as the sensory system of companies, governments and citizens. Without IoT, an entity is like a human without a sensory system.
Looking beyond improving the bottom line, IoT can help democratize knowledge and lead to better applications with decision-making capabilities that, in turn, creates healthy competition and a pull-economy.
IoT adoption and standards also have the power to create more convenience, safety and security for citizens, which is why I am particularly interested in working with government organizations such as the DIT.