The Internet of Things (IoT) is already bringing big changes to many aspects of life. During the daily commute, a GPS-equipped smartphone determines when the driver is 30 minutes away and tells a smart thermostat at home to turn on the air conditioning. An industrial machine gathers real-time data from vibration sensors and transmits it to the cloud to predict failures before they can interrupt production. In healthcare, an instrumented adhesive patch can help a remote medical team monitor a
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