Jason Hope Shows How The Internet Of Things Is Affecting Air Travel

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Posted by LLJ43 | Posted in Business Leader, Internet Expert | Posted on 22-05-2017

Increasingly, the Internet of Things is becoming a reality rather than something that is far off science fiction. Every day more and more everyday objects are wirelessly communicating with each other, and one leading technology research company says that by 2020 more than 25 billion devices will be able to do so.

Air travel is one of the areas where the Internet of Things is already being used in a number of different ways. The first improvement is safety. Virgin Atlantic uses Boeing 787s that have virtually every part of the plane connected via a wireless network. This network uses real-time tracking of all of the parts of the plane in order to detect problems so that they can be resolved as quickly as possible. Another way the Internet of Things is helping is improved customer service, with things such as easy check-in, personalized travel, and the Internet of Things tags being embedded in luggage tags in order to make it far easier to track.

Jason Hope is a futurist who made a fortune by being one of the first smartphone app developers. He now invests in startup technology companies that he sees are creating groundbreaking, disruptive new products and services. He lives in Scottsdale, Arizona and is a graduate of Arizona State University.

In addition to his passion for technology, Jason Hope is also passionate about giving back to the community. Jason Hope invests his time, skills, and effort in students who have promising ideas that could revolutionize the world.

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