Click Here for 200+ Global Oil Prices Venezuelan Crude Exports To U.S. There is a crisis unfolding in the United States.

Infrastructure has become dated, decayed, and vulnerable to attack. A problem which the American Society of Civil Engineers estimates says will cost the country up to $3.6 trillion to address.

So where does technology fit in to the United States’ next great undertaking? The Internet of Things (IoT) is set to completely change every aspect of infrastructure as we know it.

From transportation to energy production, there is an application for IoT technology. The world is more connected than it has ever been, and harnessing the technology at the core of this connection will present unique opportunities to usher in a new era of efficiency and security.

The Internet of Transportation The U.S. highway system was arguably one of the most beneficial projects for the country’s economy that has ever been constructed.

Built in what is known as “The Greatest Decade,” 1956-1966, America’s interstate highway system gave way to new opportunities for trade and the distribution of goods. But not only is it falling behind its competitors, it’s falling apart. Read more from oilprice.com…

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