I’m returning from the Embedded World in Nürnberg/Germany. A very busy schedule, a crowed exhibition, and a *lot* of good stuff. IoT (Internet of Things) was everywhere, to the point that I heard from visitors that they do not want to hear it anymore, about it because it so over-used ;-). And it seems that every vendor wants to have its feet in it, without really knowing where it could go. Sounds like in the early days of the ‘internet’, and everyone fears that if he has not ‘IoT’ somewhere, they might miss something.
But the topic here is something completely different: I was staying at a small and inexpensive hotel near the city center. I returned last night around 11pm. I was really tired from the long day, and with a heavy notebook back with me. I was going to enter the elevator to the upper floors, when I saw this signage on the elevator door (sorry the bad image quality):
So there I was staying in front of that door, about to press the button, still thinking about the consequences. Not a good sign. Can I take the risk? What would you do?
Happy Elevating 🙂