Driving to the office is in the near future a matter of options, not of necessity. The latest development in “robotic cars”, autonomously driving and increased safety (automatic collision recognition), is positioning cars and activities related to them into “work friendly” environments. People will work inside their cars just as they work inside their home or corporate offices. The cars will truly become mobile offices, with online connections and seamless uninterrupted social networking supported by 'Connection as a Service'.
This “office everywhere” concept will also radically change people's behavior from a property sharing perspective, and “car sharing” schemas could become an important part of life. The car as an asset inside of the Internet of Things, together with sensors on the roads and streets, parking places and homes, are just one more piece of the mosaic of fully automatized life infused into virtual reality, where we will be able to work and connect between these two worlds. One of the possible outcomes is that because of IoT, our entire physical world could be simulated virtually and switching on/off between reality and virtuality could seem like unnecessary in certain situations.
In the other words, one would switch to a physical world only in the case where he/she can’t solve or experience something in the virtual world. This could be driven by an inability to connect a particular object or entity to the Virtual reality, via IoT and the inability to command and control this object or entity.