What I find particularly amazing is the growth of the future of artificial intelligence. For the past few years it has been reported that better robots will replace human workers in factories all over the world and a very fast pace pushing manufacturing labor costs down substantially.
In a report published in the Los Angeles times back in 2015 it was reported that robots will cut labor cost by 33% in South Korea 25% in Japan 24% in Canada in a little over 20% in United States in Taiwan.
I read this post on the the Bluetooth SIG’s Imagine Blue award winners and was really taken by the Cassia Networks’ Bluetooth routing system.
What I find amazing about the Cassia technology is how the Bluetooth routing system can pair up to eight Bluetooth low-energy devices simultaneously. This technology can be mounted on a wall or ceiling or in an office environment. Some models can be used both indoor and outdoor pairing up as high as 22 devices. This technology can be used in hospitals enabling patient monitoring as well as fitness sports and education applications providing performance feedback solutions.
What I am also impressed with is that Cassia works closely with senior living facilities and senior health solution providers to enhance integrated safety and health solutions for both assisted living facilities in-home users.
Bluetooth has lots of room to grow and the Imagine Blue competition is a great way to spark innovation.