What is Internet of Things?

by Sayali Sawat Internet Of things | aerospace

Nowadays everyone is busy making their own life easier by updating with the latest trends and technology. If we want to stay ahead of the pack we have to acquire these changes. Before few years one needs to stand in the queue to pay their bills but now it is possible to pay the bill through smartphones from anywhere and anytime and it is possible because of advancement in technology.  Internet of thing which often called IoT Solution is one of the technology advancement which taking our future to the next level. It is simple to mean that “everything is connected”. The billions of physical devices surrounding us are connecting to the internet, collecting and sharing data.

So what are those IoT devices? Any devices which are connected to the internet is called IoT devices. E.g Light bulbs, TV, refrigerators, washing machine, etc which are controlled by smartphone app are IoT devices.

So how IoT system works? The system which contains Sensors or devices, connectivity system, data processing units, and the user interface is called IoT system. Firstly Sensors collects the information from its environment e.g temperature sensor collects the information about up and down of temperature. This collected data is sent to the cloud. Further, some software will do data processing on it and the next information is made possible to end user e.g alert when the temperature exceeds. 

“IDC Forecasts Worldwide Spending on the Internet of Things to Reach $745 Billion in 2019, Led by the Manufacturing, Consumer, Transportation, and Utilities Sectors”

Now many big players and IoT consulting companies are coming with the next-generation solution in the market. Such as IoT with AI and Machine learning is taking next level steps in intelligent development. 

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About Sayali Sawat Freshman   Internet Of things | aerospace

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