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Defining the IP landscape in IoT

Natalie Rahhal, New York

The Internet of Things necessitates standardisation and more collaborative, consolidated IP licensing structures

“The Internet of Things” was among the top buzzwords of 2014 as wearable electronics and smart locks, refrigerators and thermostats became the hottest commodities on the market. The Internet of Things or its shorter, and even buzzier name, the IoT,...

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