Machina Research identifies IoT skills gaps in European Commission eSkills Manifesto 2015

17 December 2015

The European Commission has just published its eSkills Manifesto 2015, featuring policy-makers and other experts from across Europe assessing the implications of key technology disruptions in the context of what ICT skills and competences will be required in future. Featured prominently in the report are developments around the Internet of Things and Big Data.

Machina Research's Jim Morrish was responsible for compiling Chapter 2, entitled 'The Internet of Things will change everything', explaining the key trends associated with the growth of the IoT as well as identifying four main areas where there will be additional skills requirements: data analytics, business management, hardware and systems design, and security.

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