Jason Hope is known across the United States as one of the leading technology entrepreneurs and a futurist. He believes that the smart technology of today would be replaced by the Internet of Things technology in the times to come. Jason Hope says that more or less every tech devices we used today would be connected in the future, and it would be of great help to the organizations as well as the individuals in the future. Starting from making morning coffee to gathering data regarding air traffic, the Internet of Things technology can make a great impact on human lives.
As per one of the leading technology research firms, Gartner Inc, more than 25 billion devices would be connected in the future. Jason Hope says one of the industries that would be tremendously helped by the Internet of Things technology is the aviation sector as the new technology would improve and impact every aspect of the aviation industry. Starting from improving safety to increasing the bar of customer service as well as helping travelers to personalize their travel, and much more, the Internet of Things has many implications in this industry. Many of the leading aviation companies are already looking at the potential of the Internet of Things technology, and Virgin Atlantic already have all their Boeing 787s connected. It makes it easier for the ground staff to collect data about any fault in the plane’s machinery or if it needs any repairs, and if there are any changes in its schedules.
Jason Hope, as one of the leading futurists and investor in the futuristic technology, also donates to the SENS Research Foundation. It is because he feels that the process of aging can be reversed if there is more advanced research conducted on the cellular level. It would help in extending the lifespan of the people and also help treat many degenerative diseases. Jason Hope is based in Arizona, where he completed graduation from the Arizona University and went on to join WP Carey School of Business, where he completed Masters in Business Administration.Read full article: Here.