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Ten Internet of Things (IoT) Influencers to Follow on Twitter | @ThingsExpo #IoT

A list of IoT influencers you can track to get your daily dose of updates

There are number of IoT services and products that come up every day, it becomes difficult to keep up with them. In order to match up the pace with this ever-evolving market, businesses owners should keep themselves updated about the IoT space. We have created a list of IoT influencers you can track to get your daily dose of updates.

 

1. Internet of Things
Twitter Handle - @theiot
You will find the most comprehensive & up to date #IoT news, by JamesChevalier .

2. Chris Anderson
Twitter Handle - @chr1sa
Chris is the CEO of 3D Robotics and founder of DIY Drones. From 2001 through 2012 he was the Editor in Chief of Wired Magazine. Before Wired he was with The Economist for seven years in London, Hong Kong and New York.Chris is the author of the New York Times bestselling books The Long Tail and Free as well as the new Makers: The New Industrial Revolution.

3. IoT & WearableTech
Twitter Handle - @wtvox
This is a non personal Twitter handle and  is the most trustworthy, authoritative resource in #WearableTech. Daily news in #Wearables #IoT #DigitalHealth #Robotics #AR #VR

4. Internet of Things
Twitter Handle - @things_internet
This is a non personal Twitter handle and you will find articles about the Internet of Things. Plus #smarthomes and #wearabletech

5. Alexandra D-S
Twitter Handle - @iotwatch
Alexandra is an IoT consultant designswarm and the founder of GNLamp. She is also the organiser of  iotlondon

6. Stacey Higginbotham
Twitter Handle - @gigastacey
Stacey writes for Fortune Magazine and also maintains her video podcasts on IoT . She tweets about IoT, Smart Homes, Wearable Tech and anything around the realm of Smart Interconnected Devices.

7. Intel IoT
Twitter Handle - @inteliot
This is a non personal Twitter handle and tweets about how he Internet of Things (IoT) is taking shape. The handle also tweets about connecting things to the cloud, integrate with existing infrastructure, and securely manage data.

8. Padmasree
Twitter Handle - @padmasree
Padmasree is a technology enthusiast and tweets about IoT and connected devices. She is also a prominent speaker at lot of conferences. She has huge follower base on Twitter.

9. Fred Steube
Twitter Handle - @steube
Fred tweets about technology disruption on Twitter. He is the Senior Director at Cox Target Media . He tweets specifically about the disruption IoT is bringing to the tech world.

10. InternetofThings
Twitter Handle - cisco_iot
This is Cisco's Twitter handle on Internet of Things (IoT) and most of the tweets define how the Internet will connect to physical items such as machines, devices, sensors, & more! They also organize a Wednesday chat on IOT with the hashtag #IoTChat on Twitter.

So what are you waiting for follow these awesome influencers to know more about Internet of Things(IoT)

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