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The Top 50 IoT People to Follow on Twitter

I recently shared the Top 10 Books to Read Now on IoT. In an attempt to keep everyone smarter and share resources in the most simple way, I created the ever ubiquitous listicle by compiling what I believe are the Top 50 IoT people to follow on Twitter. These are, as far as I can tell, real people and not brands. 

How did I compile this list? No hard data science here, just good old grunt work from researching, reading and talking with people over the last few months. If you have any suggestions or if I missed an important person, please leave a comment. Or better yet, tweet to me @DavidOro.

If you make it to the bottom of this list, I provide an easy way for you to follow them all with just one click.

Without further adieu, the Top 50 in no particular order.

  1. @gigastacey - Stacey Higginbotham. OK, I put Stacey Higginbotham first on purpose cause I like her and for the fact that she’s been reporting on IoT or years and also hosts the popular podcast iotpodcast.com

 

  1. @Kevin_Ashton Credited with coining the term “Internet of Things”

 

  1. @mjcavaretta Michael Cavaretta, Manager, Connected Vehicle Analytics, Ford Motor Co.

 

  1. @techguyadam  Adam IoT, Content Editor for http://www.appcessories.co.uk

 

  1. @chrismatthieu Chris Matthieu, Director IoT Engineering at Citrix

 

  1. @GilPress Gill Press, claims to have launched the #BigData conversation

 

  1. @CB_Telzerow Alex Telzerow, Editor-in-Chief COMPUTER BILD

 

  1. @JonBruner Director of hardware and IoT @OreillyMedia

 

  1. @timoelliott Timo Elliott, Innovation Evangelist at SAP

 

  1. @cgiorgi Cédric Giorgi Head of Startup Relations, IoT Evangelist @sigfox

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