A startups' main goal is to make sure they get a good customer base. Through constant promotion and high costs, they get a decent consumer-base. However, after the initial startup, a company's goal changes and finances need to be readjusted. In order to help with reducing marketing costs, a business 
The wearables industry has been primarily focused on building devices for humans, but that could change in the next few years, if the excitement over dog wearables with the Link AKC is any indicator.
The smart collar, designed in collaboration with the American Kennel Club (AKC), comes packed with features you would find on a normal human wearable, including a fitness tracker and step count.
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The fitness tracker offers analysis on the dog’s activity level and length.
The IoT (Internet of Things) age is upon us. The media tends to focus on consumer-centric examples like self-driving cars and programmable home thermostats, but IoT’s impact arguably is greater in B2B markets. IoT tools and technologies already are transforming global supply chains, simplifying water management systems, and even optimizing niche industries like oyster farming.
It’s no longer an issue about whether organizations will join the so-called “connected age.” We’re getting to the point where not using IoT is akin to using an abacus to manage payroll.