Designers are working feverishly to add connectivity to products, weighing the potential value to users, as well as risks. For example, the capability exists today to make toilets smart, but is there really a need for a toilet that can be flushed remotely? On the other hand, a smart oven can be triggered remotely to heat up by the time you return from work. It could be a great time saver, but is it a fire risk? As designers grapple with these questions, there are also a host of design issues that they must keep in mind while moving toward IoT capabilities. In this Executive Update, we explore the top 10 design considerations.
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