As technology continues to shift to the cloud, the "Internet of Things" has been gaining considerable traction. We're starting to see more physical devices used, such as smartwatches, to collect and process data via the cloud to better our lives through productivity and health.
2014 started off with a bang in the world of IoT, as CES earlier this year was dominated by a market of wearable and connected devices, and home automation solutions like the Nest smart thermostat are becoming popular. What does the rest of the year have planned for the Internet of Things?
Take a look at the Infographic below, which I created by TiEcon, highlighting 5 of the top Internet of Things technologies for 2014.