The 43 Best IoT Twitter Accounts To Follow

[fa icon='calendar'] Jan 8, 2015 9:55:22 AM / by Brittney Borowicz posted in Adam Justice, @AdamJustice, Cisco, Featured In, General, Internet of Everything, Internet of Things, IoE, IoT, M2M, Twitter

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is hot these days… it’s almost annoyingly popular, even though we’re part of the industry. But considering that the IoT touches everyone and nearly every company, I guess it makes sense that Cisco is working on renaming it to the Internet of Everything. With everyone chattering about the IoT, it can be hard to know just who to listen to.

That’s why we created a list of the top 43 IoT Twitter accounts. Why 43? I guess we don’t really like rounding off our lists. This group of Twitterers includes true experts and thought leaders in the field who share the latest updates and news on M2M and IoT technology so that you stay in the know. We chose accounts based on the quality of content they share, their list of followers, how often they post, and a little bit of our own subjective opinion. (There’s a lot of other great accounts out there, but we couldn’t include everyone.) So check these IoT Twitter leaders out (in alphabetical order) and be sure to follow the ones that interest you...

Read more at Link Labs or download the PDF now.

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How Naperville-based Grid Connect fits into the Internet of Things

[fa icon='calendar'] Dec 16, 2014 10:22:33 AM / by Brittney Borowicz posted in Adam Justice, Chicago, connected devices, connected future, ConnectSense, connectsense, Featured In, General, Grid Connect, Internet of Everything, Internet of Things, interview, IoE, IoT, Naperville, smart outlet, wireless sensors

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In a nondescript Naperville office park, Adam Justice is working to bring the Internet of Things to the masses. He’s vice president of Grid Connect, a company his father Mike founded in 2003 that makes, distributes and sells commercial networking products. In 2013, Grid Connect launched ConnectSense, its first line of wireless sensors for home use to remotely monitor things, from your lights to your water pipes. As the company prepares to launch a ConnectSense smart electrical outlet, Adam Justice shares his vision for a connected future.

Read more at the Chicago Tribune or download the PDF now.

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