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Internet of Thing (IoT)

As Internet connectivity gets embedded into everything from baby monitors to industrial sensors, investors, entrepreneurs and engineers are rushing to cash in. According to Experts, Internet of Things (IoT) vendors will earn more than $350 billion by 2020. Every day the modern people expect new device and new technology to simplify their day to day life. In the 2000s Internet connectivity became the norm for many applications and today is expected as part of many enterprise, industrial and consumer products to provide access to information. However, these devices are still primarily things on the Internet that require more human interaction and monitoring through apps and interfaces. The IOT is a new era of intelligence computing and itís providing a privilege to communicate around the world. The objective of IOT is Anything, Anyone, Anytime, Anyplace, Any service and Any network. Our unique approach to innovation is centered on people and their necessities. What can we do with the help of IoTs -

1) Smart Home:

The popularity of smart home has been increasing greatly in recent years due to much higher affordability and simplicity through smartphone and tablet connectivity. The concept of the "Internet of Things" has tied in closely with the popularization of smart home. A smart home system integrates electrical devices in a house with each other. Through the integration of information technologies with the home environment, systems and appliances are able to communicate in an integrated manner which results in convenience, energy efficiency, and safety benefits. Remotely monitor and manage your home and cut down on your monthly bills and resource usage.

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2) Smart City:

Engage with the data exhaust produced from your city and neighbourhood. New Internet of Things (IoT) applications that leverage ubiquitous connectivity, big data and analytics are enabling Smart City initiatives all over the world. These new applications introduce tremendous new capabilities such as the ability to remotely monitor, manage and control devices, and to create new insights and actionable information from massive streams of real-time data. As a result, IoT offerings are transforming cities by improving infrastructure, creating more efficient and cost effective municipal services, enhancing public transportation, reducing traffic congestion, and keeping citizens safe and more engaged in the community. IoTs may helps in managing energy grid, to monitor environmental conditions including temperature, noise, and air quality, severe problems with water, waste management system, public transit, Parking, connecting the vehicle and the driver with the surrounding environment,etc.

3)Smart Industries:

Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to offer promising solutions to transform the operation and role of many existing industrial systems such as transportation systems and manufacturing systems. A number of industrial IoT projects have been conducted in areas such as agriculture, food processing industry, environmental monitoring, security surveillance, and others. Optimize operations, boost productivity and save in resources and costs.

4)Smart Environment:

Engage with the data exhaust produced from your city and neighbourhood. New Internet of Things (IoT) applications that leverage ubiquitous connectivity, big data and analytics are enabling Smart City initiatives all over the world. These new applications introduce tremendous new capabilities such as the ability to remotely monitor, manage and control devices, and to create new insights and actionable information from massive streams of real-time data. As a result, IoT offerings are transforming cities by improving infrastructure, creating more efficient and cost effective municipal services, enhancing public transportation, reducing traffic congestion, and keeping citizens safe and more engaged in the community. IoTs may helps in managing energy grid, to monitor environmental conditions including temperature, noise, and air quality, severe problems with water, waste management system, public transit, Parking, connecting the vehicle and the driver with the surrounding environment,etc.

5) Smart Health:

Track your activity levels, Get the most out of your medication etc. Let's call it the Internet of Health (IoH). Internet-connected devices have been introduced to patients in various forms. Whether data comes from fetal monitors, electrocardiograms, temperature monitors or blood glucose levels, tracking health information is vital for some patients. Many of these measures require follow-up interaction with a healthcare professional. This creates an opening for smarter devices to deliver more valuable data, lessening the need for direct patient-physician interaction.

6)Next:

We are in the early stages in the creation of an Internet of Things and the above examples provide just a glimpse into what is possible when we combine sensors, actuators, and networked intelligence. Much more beyond this can be possible.