Jason Hope and the Internet of Things

If one is looking for information on Scottsdale, Arizona, entrepreneur, Jason Hope, one has only as far to go as the proximity of one’s keyboard. There seems to be a lot of information out there. Rightfully so.

The first website that we crossed details Hope’s available grants for high school seniors and college students. The concept is simple. Submit concepts for new technology. If you are selected, your ideas can net you from $500 to $5,000 in grant money to bring that idea to life.

Spurred by this generous and philanthropic energy, Hope supports the SENS Research Foundation. This is an organization which, is involved in researching anti-aging medicines to assist those stricken with diseases, such as Alzheimer’s which, age the body much faster than it was meant to otherwise age. It is good to know that there are people out there who support their passions with money, time and a voice to the world.

Hope is also a futurist, a writer and consultant. Simply venture over to his website. There, you will find a form to request his services.

Hope is also involved with the Internet of Things (IoT). This is a considerable focus, as he predicts futuristic technologies. If one were so inclined to invest in this arena, it would prove most prudent to research what Hope has written in regards to this topic.

Says Hope, “While the potential for great benefit is there in the urban setting when the Internet of Things comes into the mix, the reality is that developers must overcome the bugs, security risks and other hurdles still plaguing the industry before that benefit can be realized.”

Hope is from Tempe and received a finance degree from Arizona State University and an MBA from ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business. Jason Hope has political aspirations as well. Who is better for public service than one who is already giving to others in a meaningful way, is forward-thinking and is so concerned with technologies for a better future?