Introduction to Internet of Things
In this era of automation for small to large businesses, the Internet of Things (IoT) connects almost everything to the Internet and makes it possible for devices to talk to each other and be managed by software programs. It provides Businesses an edge over competitors. It also gives rise to new opportunities for businesses.
Everything from household appliances to energy-saving devices can now be controlled by software programmed to do specific tasks. In this blog, we will look at some of the IoT applications that are already available. We will further elaborate on some of the challenges and benefits organizations face as they use IoT in their industry.
In today’s world 3 big trends are happening with IoT –
1) Businesses are rethinking how to deliver services,
2) Construction companies are offering services remotely and
3) Consumers are purchasing devices that have ‘Internet of things’ capabilities.
Internet of Things refers to a network of connected devices that can communicate and function — just like an organism in the real world has a ‘these are the things I need to survive mentality and then connects with other pieces of equipment.
The concept is to build systems that make communication and control easier between different kinds of devices. Usually, these systems are connected to the physical world by a communication network, such as a cable or WiFi network. Some examples of I