The Arizona Native, Jason Hope, Introduces Internet of Things Technology to the Hospitality Industry

Jason Hope is an avid entrepreneur from Scottsdale, Arizona. According to him, the hospitality industry is prepared to benefit from the Internet of Things.

The Internet of Things commonly known as IoT is a technology that heavily relies on the internet and satellite to facilitate communication between two computing devices. Furthermore, the benefits of IoT include improved internet connectivity and enhanced reliability and speed of operations in the hotel.

Jason cited that as IoT becomes more pervasive and as consumers get more accustomed to these amenities, they end up demanding for similar amenities while traveling. He added that consumers would be expecting an amenity like an A/C units in their rooms.

Internet of Things can be used in the facial recognition software. This software alerts the front desk receptionist of a returning visitor. Moreover, the hotel is able to deliver personalized service based on the visitor’s preferences.

The Future Projection of Internet of Things

Information technology and advisory company Gartner, Inc. reported that the installation of over 26 billion units was expected by 2020. Further, IoT products and services were projected to generate over $300 billion in revenue. As a result, the global economic value would be $1.9 trillion.

Philanthropist Jason Hope

Jason Hope is an Arizona native who grew up in Tempe. He got his degree in finance from Arizona University. Jason later graduated from ASU’s W.P. Carey with an MBA (Masters in Business Administration). Jason Hope is passionate in donating time and money to different field. For instance, scientific research, education, biotechnology, and disease cure. He has contributed to organizations such as the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, the Tony Hawk Foundation, Family Health International, T Gen Foundation, Arizona Science Center, the Andre Agassi Foundation, and Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix.

Learn more about Jason Hope: https://www.engadget.com/2017/01/26/jason-hopes-hard-line-stance-on-the-internet-of-things/