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Blockchain of Things CEO and founder Andre De Castro, father of the idea to apply blockchain technologies to the IIoT, explains the virtues of blockchain beyond cryptocurrencies and explains how its shortfalls can be overcome.
From smart crockpots to connected toothbrushes, it seems that home automation has the potential to be built into anything.But with consumer enthusiasm for the smart home showing signs of lagging, should it be done? Is there significant value there, for enterprise or end-user?
Renee Niemi from Logitech describes the state of the smart home, where the industry is headed, where the value lies and how companies can get ahead of the curve to reap significant rewards.
This webinar previews the thought leadership that will be shared at the Smart Home Summit in Palo Alto this November. Register with code "webinar10" to secure a 10% discount on every ticket you purchase.