Few businesses have a handle on just how huge the impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) will be and already is.
That is where Nico Steyn’s company (he’s the cofounder and CEO) IoT.nxt comes in.
The IoT is the networking of “smart” devices over and above computers and phones.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
The platform is a software application.— Nico Steyn, IoT.nxt
This is like home automation, but for industrial and commercial use.— Nico Steyn, IoT.nxt
We’re expanding. We’ve opened offices in the UK and the Netherlands.— Nico Steyn, IoT.nxt
In many respects we are ahead of the curve.— Nico Steyn, IoT.nxt
We’ve commercialised the business about eight months ago.— Nico Steyn, IoT.nxt
It’s a volume game.— Nico Steyn, IoT.nxt
We can set up in Moscow out of a control room in Centurion.— Nico Steyn, IoT.nxt
We’re not here to do small things.— Nico Steyn, IoT.nxt
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