The article “Jason Hope Explains How Airlines Are Tapping into the Internet of Things” starts off with saying how most things will be connectable via internet or Bluetooth by 2020. It then goes on to explain what a beacon is “transmitting device that gathers and relays information”. This article will explain how using beacons and IoT will impact the airline industry.One positive impact of the additions of beacons is the improved safety of airline travel. Placing beacons on life jackets and toolboxes will help the staff monitor them more effectively. Which will give travelers a better peace of mind while traveling.

The article explains how customer service is enhanced by the internet. Easier check in because boarding passes are now available via email. Personalized travel with beacons will guide you to the right gate. GPS can guide passengers around the airport and send alerts if they are going the wrong way. Also, many airlines are investing in seat sensors that will improve customers travel experience. The sensors will monitor temperature, fatigue, and even hydration. The crew gets alerts and will take corrective actions to insure that the passenger has a comfortable flight. Luggage tags are next to have have beacon technology. Passengers will be able to monitor their luggage each step of the journey.

Jason Hope is a philanthropist, technology guru, and an investor. He is located in Scottsdale, Arizona with an infinity to community service and the advancement of technology. He is a graduate from Arizona State University with a B.S. in finance and then continuing with a MBA in business. He is a huge supporter or the SENS foundation and their research on anti-aging and cures for diseases such as Alzheimer’s. He wants to help the populace live longer and healthier lives. Scientific research is one of his passions. He also offers grants to aspiring student inventors. The grants are used to help students kick start the development of their idea.

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