- What is the spatial web and why is it important to you?
- Web 3.0 will be made up of multiple technologies creating a new interface
- These Technologies will combine to reshape the internet as we know it
Financial Gambits Top WEB 3.0 Stocks
What is web 3.0? This is a big question with many definitions. Here at Financial Gambits we believe web 3.0 is an amalgamation of varied technologies that come together to create a web that goes farther than a phone or computer screen. This is where technologies combine to create a spatial web that is a mix of AI, blockchain, AR / VR/ MR, Robotics, IOT, 5G, Edge computing and more. The companies below have a mix of technologies we think will give them an advantage and excellent choices for an investor to look further into.
1) Helium Systems, Inc. (HNT)
Helium is a US-based Internet of Things developer, focused on building network and transforming IoT device data. It provides tools and solutions for building massive, cost-effective wireless infrastructures using blockchain technology. The platform building the peer-to-peer wireless network to simplify connecting anything to the internet by rewarding anyone to become a network operator. It provides wireless coverage for low power Internet of Things (IoT) devices and earns a new cryptocurrency, Helium, from your living room.
Please note that Helium is a Crypto Currency not traded on the Traditional Stock market
2) Matterport Inc. (MTTR)
Sunnyvale, California-based Matterport is a spatial data company focused on digitizing and indexing physical spaces such as real estate, factories or travel and leisure locations. On its 3D data platform, individuals can turn physical spaces into accurate as well as immersive digital twins. Matterport’s early niche has been real estate, where its 3D capture hardware and software technology allow for digital mapping of properties. Many of the increasingly ubiquitous 3D tours you might see while hunting for a house online are enabled by Matterport.
3) Autodesk Inc. (ADSK)
Autodesk, which has conveniently built a business perfectly suited for commercial uses of the metaverse. Autodesk makes modeling software that enables professionals like engineers and architects to design buildings, structures and other goods. Autodesk recognizes the metaverse’s growing popularity and believes it will soon go from a nascent industry to “business as usual”; it has a suite of products devoted to 3D building in virtual and augmented reality.
4) Deere (DE)
Moline, Illinois-based Deere is a leading manufacturer of heavy agricultural equipment worldwide. It has been hailed as one of the most prominent names in the fourth industrial revolution, “a fusion of advances in artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, the Internet of Things (IoT), genetic engineering, quantum computing, and more.”
In fact, Deere uses machine learning, AI and computer vision applications to boost yields, reduce costs and enhance overall sustainability in agriculture. For example, the company recently announced an allied distribution agreement with Smart Guided Systems to sell its Smart-Apply Intelligent Spray Control System. In turn, tractors use it in high-value crop applications.
5) Gorilla Technology Group Inc.
Gorilla Technology Group Inc. provides video intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT) security, and edge content management hardware, software, and services in the Asia Pacific region. The company operates through three segments: Video IoT, Security Convergence, and Other segments. It offers intelligent video analytics AI models for various verticals, such as behavioral analytics, people/face recognition, vehicle analysis, object recognition, and business intelligence that can scan video for patterns and distinguish specific items using AI algorithms and metadata.
The company also provides information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) security convergence AI algorithms for system administrators and security engineers to detect suspicious behaviors in real time; network anomaly detection AI models; and endpoint malware and suspicious behavior detection AI models.
6) Verses Technologies Inc. (VERS)
There is a company called Verses Technologies that is just publicly listed. It has created the underlying protocols that have been classified by the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) as a Public Imperative. The IEEE standardized Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, as well as electricity for reference. Their OS is expected to be ratified as the global de facto standard for Web 3.0 / Spatial Computing within 18 months.
Verses first use case, revenue generating, proof of work app built on this platform optimizes supply chain logistics and warehousing efficiency called “Wayfinder”. There is a reason that over 100 companies are lined up to work with Verses, including many Fortune 500 and Global 1,000 companies. Verses OS cracked the code for logistics and, in our view, will be a key part of solving the world’s supply chain crisis.
Based on the effectiveness of what Verses logistics is showing, this has incredible potential and we believe the next 6-12 months will demonstrate that potential as they convert pilots to contracts, and bring on integration partners and resellers who will begin to scale them to the equivalent of hundreds, then thousands of companies.
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