To describe Internet of Things (IoT) in a simplified way is, allowing the devices to communicate and transfer data over a network without human interaction. This enables the complex things look simpler and smarter by allowing the devices to communicate with each other. By this, human can leverage the benefits of the whole system.
The IoT creates opportunities for more direct integration of the physical world into computer-based systems, resulting in efficiency improvements, economic benefits, and reduced human exertions.
IoT has been connected to almost all platforms. Top examples for IoT connected industries are:
For automating all electrical devices at home like lighting, Fan, Curtains, Shades, Blinds, Skylights, AC, Geyser, Coffee maker, mosquito repellents, Garage automation, gate automation etc.
For watering the farms, collecting data on temperature, rainfall, humidity, etc
For remote health monitoring and management of equipments predicting maintenance activity, data logging, data monitoring, data analytics.
Patient monitoring, monitoring equipments, etc.
IoT has enabled greater transportation efficiency and management capabilities and is leading us to a future of intelligent, autonomous vehicles.