I’ve been working on a project recently that entails using internet of things (IoT) devices interacting with communications development platform Zang Cloud. Recently I purchased a home and realized I wanted to automate different functions using IoT devices. I have a development background in web development (mostly PHP, Python and SQL) so I decided to put those skills to the test.
Peanut butter and jelly. Wine and cheese. Simon and Garfunkel. Let’s face it—some things are just better together. And with that spirit in mind, today we’re highlighting the work of Valerie Heath, who is hard at work managing and developing in Avaya’s Sandbox Labs to demonstrate what happens when you combine Zang, Breeze and the Internet of Things.
At Zang, we believe in combining our favorite ingredients to create something that is more than the sum of its parts. Perhaps you’ve seen us wax poetic on this topic before in our TaCode Tuesday series, drawing a delicious equivalence between the tasty ingredients of our favorite food and the many sizzling features wrapped into one on Zang Cloud.
The Internet of Things isn’t just connecting devices together. It is connecting the people that use them. As such, the introduction of IoT-enabled communications within your business can provide immense value—particularly for agile startups and SMBs that must produce more with less in order to operate with the larger competitors in their field
The Internet of Things is seeping into just about every type of business today, but in the automotive industry, connected technology integration is accelerating faster than a Ferrari on Route 66. According to a 2017 Research and Markets report, the connected car market is poised to grow at a CAGR of 35.54 percent from 2017 through 2022.