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IoT – Internet of Things

The Internet of Things is a network of connected devices. This connection is enabled by the use of sensors, the internet and the cloud. The sensors gather data which is then analysed using a cloud-based application to make decisions in real time. IoT has shown great potential for both consumer and industrial applications.

FAQs

What does IoT stand for?
IoT stands for the Internet of Things.

Who invented IoT?
Contrary to popular belief, IoT is not a technology. It was not invented by one individual.
The term, ‘Internet of Things’ was coined in 1991 by Kevin Ashton, the director of Auto-ID sensors. It has evolved a lot since then.

What are the major components of connected devices?
In a simplistic scenario, a sensor is attached to a thing. The thing could be a machine or an object of interest. The sensors collect data by monitoring the activities of the device. The collected data is sent over to the cloud platform via the network. On receiving the data, the cloud platform analyses it and gives us the required information to make decisions in real time.

Articles

10 innovative applications of IOT
Friends, welcome to the Digital Universe! Which is growing 40% a year into the next decade, expanding to include not only the increasing number of people and enterprises doing everything online, but also all the “things” (smart devices) connected to the Internet

8 Myths about IoT
Like any new concept, IoT brings with itself an array of misconceptions and myths. As they say, half knowledge is more dangerous than no knowledge. It’s time to get some facts straight.These myths will decide our viewpoint and our stand with respect to all things connected.

7 Challenges in Implementing IoT
The Internet of Things has limitless possibilities. But nothing amazing ever comes easy. Most IoT projects have severe feasibility issues.

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White Papers

Cisco: The Internet of Things- How the Next Evolution of the Internet Is Changing Everything 
Cisco’s Dave Evans talks about the wave of change brought about by IoT. He sheds light on the importance of the Internet of Things, its evolution, the challenges faced,

Microsoft: Creating the Internet of Your Things
This white paper talks about how to use the Internet of Your Things to benefit your business. It explains what the Internet of Things is, the impact of data and the cloud.

Intel: Developing Solutions for the Internet of Things
Intel’s technologies are powering business transformation. This paper describes Intel’s building blocks for things, solutions for gateways, network and cloud, and services creation.

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