The rise of tiny but sophisticated sensors combined with miniaturized wireless communications modules means that almost everything in the landscape (and even things worn on our body) can or will communicate with other devices. For example, right now, many automobiles contain between 60-100 sensors and that number is projected to reach 200 sensors per car by 2020. That adds up to approximately 22 billion sensors just for the automotive industry. Cisco predicts that by 2020 there will be 50 billion things connected to the Internet and generate revenues of $19 trillion dollars. In other words, Cisco believes that the Internet of Things will have up to ten times more impact on society than the Internet already has had.