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    The end of the year is a great time to evaluate the dozens—okay, more like the hundreds—of new IoT technologies and applications that took off this year. Solution providers, manufacturers, developers, entrepreneurs and startups all contributed to what was a hotbed of IoT development and progress in 2017. Here’s a look (part 1) at some of the most innovative IoT segments, markets and pilots that we unearthed in 2017. 

According to IDC, the mobile worker population is expected to grow to 105.4 million by 2020. The analyst group also projects this population will represent nearly three quarters (72.3 percent) of the total U.S. workforce. The deployment of IoT solutions has exponentially boosted the number of connected devices, ushering in the need for solution providers to offer managed services options for customers. 
Merchants worldwide are relying on the rapidly evolving capabilities of AI and machine learning to make better use of big data. 
To emulate the human visual cortex for more useful perception, AEye has combined solid-state LiDAR with low-light cameras and artificial intelligence.
IoT solutions built with Intel technology make it easy to anticipate and prevent disasters with data analytics and predictive maintenance.
How do you transform a sports arena or stadium to meet the needs of the demanding sports fan or concertgoer? Can you make their experience fun, engaging, personal and seamless at the same time?
Fitness centers and health clubs are experiencing quite the beneficial shift from the addition of of IoT technologies. Customers are looking for more than just heart rate monitoring and calorie tracking. They want interactive equipment and engaging entertainment systems. Internet-enabled devices are allowing for a more enhanced fitness experience and enabling business owners to improve their service offerings and increase overall efficiency.

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