The Internet of Things (IoT) is about “things” that are connected to the Internet to communicate with other things – IoT applications, connected devices, industrial machines, and a lot other electronics. Devices connected to the Internet use built-in sensors to collect data and, in some cases, influence them. IoT-connected devices and machines can improve our work and life. One of the examples of applications for the Internet of Things can be a smart home that automatically regulates heating and lighting systems, monitors, TV, doors, finds problems and then automatically fixes them even if the housekeeper is not at home.
lectronics were communicating with each other since the first electric telegraphs were developed in the late 1830s. Other technologies that have entered the IoT were radio voice transmission are wireless technologies (Wi-Fi).
Today we live in a world where there are more devices connected to the IoT than people. These devices can be smartwatches, radio-frequency identification chips and other electronics. IoT-connected devices exchange data over networks or cloud platforms connected to the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things makes a lot of remarkable changes in health and safety, business operations, performance and global environmental and humanitarian concerns.
A lot of industries are using the IoT to understand consumer needs in real time, improve agility, instantly improve the quality of machines and systems, streamline operations, and find innovative ways to work as part of their digital transformation efforts.
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This is how we make our lifes easier with the use of smart IoT things that help us to build a safer, more convenient, productive and intelligent world. IoT capabilities are already playing an important role in companies’ digital transformation combining with IoT data with advanced analytics and AI, resulting to artificial intelligence of things.