The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.
A thing, in the Internet of Things, can be a person with a heart monitor implant, a farm animal with a biochip transponder, an automobile that has built-in sensors to alert the driver when tire pressure is low -- or any other natural or man-made object that can be assigned an IP address and provided with the ability to transfer data over a network.
IoT extends computing and Internet connectivity from the most used devices like desktop and portable computers, smartphones and tablets to various variants of devices and everyday things. The data captured on these devices through sensors reveals interesting patterns with latent business values.
Businesses are increasingly interested in leveraging insights derived from data to gain value creation. This amazing technology is creating enormous opportunities for businesses to reap greater benefits by enhancing resource efficiencies and increasing productivity.
1. Smart Homes
Smart Home has become the revolutionary ladder of success in the residential spaces and it is predicted Smart homes will become as common as smartphones.
Wearable devices are installed with sensors and softwares which collect data and information about the users. This data is later pre-processed to extract essential insights about user.
3. Connected Cars
A connected car is a vehicle which is able to optimize it’s own operation, maintenance as well as comfort of passengers using onboard sensors and internet connectivity.
4. Industrial IoT (IIoT)
IIoT holds great potential for quality control and sustainability. Applications for tracking goods, real time information exchange about inventory among suppliers and retailers and automated delivery will increase the supply chain efficiency.
5. Smart Cities
IoT will solve major problems faced by the people living in cities like pollution, traffic congestion and shortage of energy supplies etc. Products like cellular communication enabled Smart Belly trash will send alerts to municipal services when a bin needs to be emptied.
6. IoT In Agriculture
Farmers are using meaningful insights from the data to yield better return on investment. Sensing for soil moisture and nutrients, controlling water usage for plant growth and determining custom fertilizer are some simple uses of IoT.
7. Smart Retail
The potential of IoT in the retail sector is enormous. IoT provides an opportunity to retailers to connect with the customers to enhance the in-store experience.
8. Smart Grid
The basic idea behind the smart grids is to collect data in an automated fashion and analyze the behavior or electricity consumers and suppliers for improving efficiency as well as economics of electricity use.
9. IoT in Healthcare
The collected data will help in personalized analysis of an individual’s health and provide tailor made strategies to combat illness. The video below explains how IoT can revolutionize treatment and medical help.
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Understand why companies across the globe are investing big in IoT
Access leading industry research and resources
Identify essential components and capabilities of IoT products
Expert level knowledge of IoT technology, tools and trends.
Sound understanding of core concepts, background technologies, and sub-domains of IoT.
Knowledge and skills of sensors, microcontrollers, and communication interfaces to design and build IoT devices.
Knowledge and skills to design and build network based on client-server and publish-subscribe to connect, collect data, monitor and manage assets.
Knowledge and skill to write device, gateway and server side scripts and apps to aggregate and analyze sensor data.
Knowledge and skills to select application layer protocols and web services architectures for seamless integration of various components of an IoT ecosystem.
Knowledge of standard development initiatives and reference architectures.