The internet of things is expanding at an astonishing rate—so alarming that there was fear of running out of IP addresses for internet connected sensors. Fortunately, IPv6 brought about 3.4x10^38 more addresses, and now, the sky is the limit when it comes to the number of connected sensors. Below is an excerpt from the BCC Research Staff report “Sensors for the Internet of Things (IOT): Global Markets.”
In anticipation for Gordon Nameni’s upcoming webinar “How to Dissect a Market Opportunity,” we are reposting a blog from last year. In the blog, Gordon shares more about the topics covered in this presentation, which he gave at a BCC Research live event in Boston and to students at Harvard University.
As the most important part of any shelter or building, roofing products must be chosen carefully. Roofing materials protect the outer layer of the roof from the elements, such as rain, hail, snow, sunlight, and living things, such as algae, microbes and wildlife. Roofing materials often depend on the region where the roof is being built, the climate and the structure’s purpose. Commonly used materials for roofing applications across the globe are asphalt shingle, wood shingle, metal roofing, roofing tile, slate and many others to conform to the needs of the residents.
Topics: Advanced Materials