At home, we have been promised a revolution. Internet-enabled devices will transform our lives much as washing machines and vacuum cleaners once did. Soon, refrigerators will order food online when empty; coffee-makers will start brewing as their owners wake up; and lighting systems will respond to moods. In the air, however, the Internet of Things has been up and running for some time. Modern aircraft and engines are packed with sensors that relay huge volumes of data, both in- and ...

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