‘The Silent Intelligence’ published on September 20, 2013 is a book about the Internet of Things. The two authors, Daniel Kellmereit and Daniel Obodovski discuss about the history and trends of technology ecosystem and the future of connected cites, connected homes, connected health and connected cars. The aim of the book is to help executives, entrepreneurs, investors and everybody who is interested in this topic, better understand the opportunities and challenges of the Internet of Things. The book is called Silent Intelligence as most of the activity and growth in the space so far has been outside of mainstream visibility.
The Internet of Things (IOT) is the term for the phenomenon where people and things (physical devices such vehicles, commercial and industrial equipment, medical devices, remote sensors, etc.) are connected to networks that are linked to the internet and communicating vast amounts of valuable data. While the idea is not new, the recent proliferation creates a sense of urgency to better understand, manage and consume the resulting data.
Contents of the book
Chapter 1. History and Trends
Chapter 2. Technology Ecosystem
Chapter 3. The Future on the Silent Intelligence
Chapter 4. Core Application Domains
Chapter 5. Use Cases
Chapter 6. Getting to Market
Chapter 7. Where to invest
Source: The Silent Intelligence blog