Intel's IoT lab in its Swindon headquarters has a brainstorming area where IoT visionaries and British companies can collaborate and develop the projects.
The IoT lab can be used by British firms to build and test hardware to deliver tangible business value and transform everyday lives with connected devices.
By 2020, there will be 50 billion connected devices – including IoT units, PCs, smartphones and tablets -- generating 35 zettabytes [over one trillion gigabytes] of data, said Rod O’Shea, Intel’s European marketing director for IoT. “Deploying IoT is key to improve lives, productivity, efficiency and enterprise value. This lab is a testimony to our commitment to this space.”