It’s no secret we’re entering an Internet of Things and wearable device revolution. As Sudhir Sharma, ANSYS‘ director of high tech industry stragegy and marketing puts it in his most recent blog post, “The $3.2B acquisition of Nest® by Google clearly got noticed by all of us.” Intel’s Quark, combined with their “Make it Wearable” challenge and Connected Car initiative gives a sense of how serious Intel is about the IoT as well. So what does this mean for our future? For the Internet of Things to really take off, we needed more interoperability, better building blocks and better standards. “As engineers and scientists, we can look forward to more design complexity,” Sudhir Sharma notes.
If you’re interested in learning more, or “want to put cool in your next hot product” join us for a Synapse x ANSYS webinar on designing cool, wearable electronics.
The Designing RF Antennas for Wearable Electronics and The Internet of Things (IoT) webinar is April 28th, 2014. Stay tuned for more information.