From Interactive Dog Bones to Connected Aircraft Cabins

By: Rebecca Byers - Jul 2, 2016
From connected children's toy boxes to smart dog toys, the top June 2016 IoT ideas prove that previously unforeseen applications of technology are likely to keep surprising consumers as time goes on.

The GoBone is an inventive toy for one's canine companion that boasts built in data-tracking capabilities. The smart dog toy is designed so that one's pet can play and interact with the object without human intervention, and proves that there are almost endless industries that can leverage such connectivity.

Meanwhile, the Lansinoh Smartpump is the world's first Internet-connected breast pump. The innovative concept boasts a double electric pump that syncs with a smartphone app in order to transmit information regarding the duration, date and time of each pump so that new moms are able to better keep track of their supply.