The main idea that the authors of Robonomics tried to convey before - is the natural, logical, and seemingly inevitable evolution from the current level of the economy into fully automated services. Automated services will need to have both the ability to speak the language of human economics and also the machines' own economics to perform various operations in the world around them at a speed not available to humans.
Next we would like to show you the practical areas of human-machine interaction using modern Internet technology. We will move from the familiar IoT device architecture of technical information exchange through cloud services to the organization of technical-economic interaction through a decentralized, globally accessible network of providers.
To begin with, we need to make an excursion into the area that is most clearly related to the network connection of automated systems. After that, we will look at the basics of the Internet of Things in order to highlight the problems and main challenges faced by the creators of IoT systems and to the solution of which Robonomics is aimed.