Technology is changing the way the world operates. From everyday objects to airlines, wireless connections control the way they run. In fact, it’s estimated that by 2020, 25 billion objects will be connected through wireless technology.
Bluetooth technology is the component that makes this possible. By transmitting and receiving signals, this technology allows devices to communicate with each other. For instance, Bluetooth technology allows phones to communicate with other phones, computers and wearable devices.
Virgin Atlantic’s Boeing 787 has already adopted wireless technology to make their flight operations safer. Real-time data is collected from this technology and when ground control receives a signal that an engine is running poorly, mechanics are ready and waiting when the flight come in.
From safety item inventory to customer service, wireless technology improves flight operations, making flying safer and more effective. Many airlines have adopted wireless technology for ticket purchases, but it goes beyond this to check-in and gate time alerts. Some airlines have adopted technology advances that allow passengers to track their luggage by a device placed on the luggage tags. So, good-bye to days of lost and misplaced luggage.
Entrepreneur and futurist Jason Hope uses his passion for technology to monitor and make predictions about the future of technology. In addition to his passion about technology, Jason Hope has a passion for helping people live long, healthy lives. In fact, he dedicates his time to researching ways to improve the aging process. Hope also donates to causes that focus their research on preventing diseases instead of simply treating them.
Hope is an investor in Scottsdale, Arizona. He has a degree in Finance and his MBA. While his passion lies with technology, he has a personal interest in politics surrounding Arizona and the rest of the US.
Learn more about Jason Hope: http://www.wingsjournal.com/jason-hope-airlines-internet-of-things.