IOTA latest partnerships: bridging the gap between technology and industries
The full article was originally published by Daniel De Michele on IOTA Hispano. Read the full article here.
The last few months many news about partnerships between IOTA and different companies have been announced in order to optimize the standardization, development and implementation of IOTA in different areas. We are witnessing how IOTA walks and get’s closer and closer to becoming the protocol for a decentralized Internet of Things, and that there are no doubts when we see that, in addition to the intentions to achieve goals, there are facts.
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Many times we try to explain what IOTA is or what could be to people and to those who never heard of DLT. They look at us with a frown, as if we were speaking in another language. It’s understandable: a few years ago, if someone had shown up wanting to explain what the Internet was, they would have looked at it the same way. But the years passed, the Internet came into our lives to facilitate millions of things, shortening distances, allowing access to instant information, remote work and much much more. However, most of us have no idea about how it works in depth. We only understand the part that is pleasant and easy to our common sense.
With IOTA the same thing happens, in my opinion, I feel fortunate to be one of the few thousands who knows that IOTA is not only a token. The implementation of this protocol in different areas could help improving our quality of life, not only in terms of technology but also by optimizing processes and resources to be able to transition into a new era.
The associations and partnerships we will be covering on this post, represent the beginning for the development of new applications and proofs of concept from devs, that will allow IOTA to become the standard protocol for the Internet of Things and that millions of people around the world will begin to use, without having to know how the Tangle works (for example). We are going to see the exchange of data and values between machines, to be used in different products and intelligent devices of different industries, and that we will use in our daily life without needing to know about the internals.
High Mobility to Drive App Development for Smart Mobility
We are already seeing how industries are looking for options to provide their customers better, faster and safer experiences, to use in their products and in the face of this, are looking to the DLT’s as a solution to those needs.
If we talk about the mobility area this box is covered by HIGH MOBILITY which is a company dedicated to digitally transforming the car industry by giving the auto OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturer) complete control over data obtained from cars, thereby creating new revenue streams through data monetization and expanded service opportunities.