Impact of Internet of Things(IoT)
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Impact of Internet of Things(IoT) on you and your business

  • By: admin
  • date: Feb 3, 2021
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The Internet of Things is becoming a popular topic of conversation, both within the workplace and outside. But do you have any idea what, exactly, the Internet of Things is? The Internet of Things refers to the massive growth in the number of devices attached to a particular object that operates through the Internet, enabling data transfer among objects or people automatically without human intervention. Things connected to the Internet are not traditional user devices such as laptops, phones, or tablets. IOT specifically covers embedded sensors devices such as industrial robots, smart home technology (Alexa, Google home), motion sensors, proximity sensors, thermostats, humidity sensors, WiFi-controlled lighting, WIFI controlled devices, door locks, smoke detectors, smart cars, trains, heart rate, temperature, barometer monitors, wireless sensors, software, actuators, and many other devices. 


The scale of the Internet of Things is almost impossible to comprehend; still, it is estimated that billions of internet-connected devices and smart connected items are a part of the Internet of Things ecosystem. Appliances that are a part of the Internet of Things ecosystem usually have sensors that gather, share or store data or information that can be spread online. These devices range from industrial robots to door locks, smoke detectors, smart cars, trains, heart monitors, and so on. In some popular global institute report, it is said that the whole Internet of Things market might reach $11.1 trillion by the year 2025.


But, If you’re still talking about mobile devices and applications revolutionizing the online world, you’re behind the times. The ‘Internet of Things’ is bringing the next future revolution. Now is the time to jump into IoT development; it may be overwhelming to think about starting with IoT, but the time is now. Enterprises worldwide are investing in and introducing new products and services, and this is only going to increase. Moving quickly to IoT provides an opportunity for new revenue growth, cost reduction, and substantial increases in customer satisfaction.

Devices that have smart capabilities

  • Smart Cities
  • Smart homes
  • Smart manufacturing
  • Healthcare Internet of Things
  • Drive specific, health-related Internet of Things.
  • Privacy concerns
  • Wearable sensors and devices (Smart Watches, Smart Glasses)
  • Logistics and fleet management (GPS tracking, automated loading/unloading)
  • Monitoring remote areas (Drones)
  • IoT-enabled era in the workplace (Robotic colleagues, Robo receptionists or other Embedded sensor objects)
  • Biometric or radio signal based sensor doors
  • AI-driven era of IoT (Chatbots)

The world is experiencing an expansion of sensors-based devices that will seamlessly incorporate all aspects of everyone’s lives. Wearable sensors and devices that are mainly used by humans actively interact with ordinary machines and gadgets. These sensor devices are smart enough to understand the context and monitor our physiology. It works soundly while embedded to continually monitor our physical state, report the facts, and alert individuals to any specific problems. Therefore we can say the Internet of Things(IoT)  has begun to shape the future of many industries and has the power to generate plenty of game-changing opportunities for developing new technologies and solutions. 


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