5 Companies Revolutionizing Windows 10 IoT

We know the Internet of Things is going to take over the world within the next few years. It’s been around for a while, but we’re really starting to appreciate it. A big part of the reason for that is companies coming up with inventive ideas.

Microsoft is doing their part to help out by letting them use Windows 10 IoT. You’ll be amazed by some of the things it’s helped create so far. We’re going to look at a few big ones right now, so you’ll know what to expect in the future.

1. Saving Water Before It Runs Out

We’re going to see massive water shortages in the next few decades. Not only are our reserves running out, but we also waste far too much water. Microsoft Research used Windows 10 IoT to come up with Farmbeats.

It will tell farmers exactly how much water their plants need. The system lets them know how much fertilizer is required too. It narrows it down to individual plants, so it’s extremely easy to save water.

2. Processing A Customers Payment

Let’s say an eCommerce company has hired someone like Seologist to acquire lots of traffic. It’s obvious some of them will turn into customers, so a payment processor will be required to accept their money.

Innowi used Windows 10 IoT Enterprise + Microsoft Azure Cloud to come up with CheckOut M. It’s the first all-in-one payment processor designed for mobile devices and is packed with tons of smart features.

3. Keeping Your Fridge Fully Stocked

Windows 10 IoT Core can even help you keep your fridge topped up at all times. How often do you open your fridge only to realize something isn’t there? You won’t have to worry about that if you have a SmartDeviceBox.

Liebherr designed it to learn the contents of your fridge. It knows when you take everything out. Based on the data it can automatically come up with shopping lists to save you an enormous amount of time.

4. Ordering Food In Busy Restaurants

Restaurants could use www.seologist.com to get a lot more people into their venues. In the past, a big increase in customers would require an increase in staff. Interactive Dining Tables by Kodisoft changes everything.

They were designed using Windows 10 IoT, plus they’re supported by the Azure Cloud. When you sit down you’ll be able to view the menu and check out the ingredients. You will also be able to order your own food.

5. Saving Precious Energy Everywhere

When you look at your energy bills almost half the money goes towards heating and cooling your home. The percentage in a commercial building is almost the exact same. In other words, you’re wasting lots of cash. Johnson Controls invented a thermostat to reduce your costs by a considerable amount. It runs on the power of Windows 10 IoT Core, Azure Cloud, and Cortana voice services and is very convenient to use.

Imagine What The Next Few Years Will Bring

The Internet of Things is only a baby in the grand scheme of things. If someone has a good imagination the possibilities are endless. It’s going to be interesting seeing what comes next.

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