Tom Igoe

Deconstructing IoT in February

This month in Deconstructing IoT, we had a great time building apps, interviewing experts (like NYU ITP professor and Arduino co-founder Tom Igoe, above), and exploring the connected world of the Internet of Things.  In case you missed an episode, here’s some of what we did:

Our conversation with Professor Tom Igoe of NYU ITP

We looked at how IoT faucets can prevent hundreds of gallons of water waste.

We built a connected device that lets city dwellers track noise pollution in their neighborhoods and take steps to reduce it.

We saw how the Internet of Things can help reduce vehicle traffic in cities by as much as 30%.

We have even more exciting videos on the way in March, so be sure to check back every Tuesday for the newest episode of Deconstructing IoT!


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