There’s no doubt that the Internet of Things is developing swiftly, and that it can be used in many creative and innovative ways. Experts forecast between 20 and 100 billion connected devices will be on the market by 2020, with market expenditure increasingly accordingly. But what does the IoT mean for university Higher Ed? Here are five ways that the Internet of Things can be used on your campus to engage, interact, and connect with your users.
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