Gigaom: When it comes to the internet of things, Europe’s holding its own August 5, 2013 | by


“Imagine a world in which every device in the home, workplace and car are connected.”

gigaom-logoSummary: Gigaom’s Stacey Higginbotham discusses the presence of the Internet of Things in Europe including Xively and the predominant interest in the light industrial space in the UK, Scandinavia and the Netherlands.

“That’s one reason we’re focusing on the internet of things at our Structure:Europe conference next month in London. We’ve got Michael Simon, the chairman and CEO of LogMeIn coming to discuss Xively, a platform for offering connected hardware and services.”

“One potential Xively customer is a U.K. company that sells software and hardware monitoring systems to restaurants. The company is looking to the internet of things to help it transition from selling hardware to selling an integrated service that would boost its potential value by fivefold at least.”

Be sure to register for Structure Europe on Sept. 17th and 18th in London to learn more about the Internet of Things and Xively.

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