And, the sign language interpreter rivals the mighty
That said, I was just thinking about the situation you described in general when considering the Internet of Things. After playing with a smart lock and a smart thermostat and recently connecting them. I believe there are four areas of concern with the IoT
Who can access your data? Also, who can hack into your data? As my lock tracks when I'm at home or not, it would be valuable info for n'er do wells.
What happens with firmware and software updates obstruct interoperability? Also, what about new devices that aren't compatible with your existing network or things
This is like the HRM issue you mentioned. Also, There was a recent update to my thermostat that enabled it to communicate with my lock. And, another update that allows me to control the Nest with Google voice commands. Initially it didn't work well when you have >1 Nests. I contacted Nest for help, they told me to contact Google. I was lock @#$@$ you are Google.
Who do you call when you actually get an error? Lock company, HRM company, thermostat company?
On the bright side, this may be our big break. Thrashers welcome...
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