Jason Hope is one of the nation’s most successful internet entrepreneurs. The Arizona native started his first company shortly after graduating from Arizona state university in 1998. The company was known as Jawa, one of the nation’s first providers of premium internet content, streamed exclusively for mobile devices. This is a remarkable start up, as it had beat Steve Jobs and Apple Incorporated to the very model that would later be adopted by iTunes in the Apple Store over a decade later.
Jason Hope went on to found a string of equally successful internet startups. These included offerings in a wide array of niches, including search engine optimization, online reputation management and business app development. But Hope decided to leave the hectic life of being a busy CEO.
Today, Hope has taken to the internet, blogging and writing for various tech outlets about the coming technologies of the Internet of Things. Hope sees this as a very exciting time in the history of technological development. He predicts that the Internet of Things will radically transform the lives of everyday Americans, leading to gigantic opportunities for those entrepreneurs who are savvy enough to see the trends and seize the day.
One of the areas that Hope has been talking about is the large supply of technologies that the aviation industry has produced over the last 50 years, which can be adapted to Internet of Things technologies. One of the systems that Hope points to is the TCAS system, which stands for Traffic and Collision Avoidance and learn more about Jason.
This system uses highly sophisticated radio beacon technology as well as an interfacing with existing radar systems to create a highly effective and accurate collision avoidance capability. This system was brought about as the result of a large number of highly publicized mid-air collision events, which claimed the lives of thousands of people and more information click here.
Within a few years of the implementation of the TCAS system, mid-air traffic accidents had fallen to the point where they were virtually no longer taking place at all and Jason’s lacrosse camp.
Hope thinks that similar results will come about in people’s homes and workplaces, when these technologies are adapted from aviation applications to those of people’s everyday lives and his Website.