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21st April 2020

What exactly is Internet of Things (IoT)?
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28th May 2020

Answered by Aryan Sharma

The internet of things, or IoT, is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers ( UIDs ) and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.

3rd June 2021

Answered by Sujith Sukumaran

The Internet of Things, or IoT, refers to the billions of physical devices connected to the internet and collecting and exchanging data around the world. Connecting all of these diverse products and attaching sensors to them gives machines, that would otherwise be dumb, a level of digital intelligence, allowing them to convey real-time data without involving a person. The Internet of Things is bringing the digital and physical worlds together to make the world around us smarter and more responsive.

Example: Any physical thing that can be connected to the internet and controlled or convey information can be transformed into an IoT device. An Internet of Things gadget could be as cute as a child's toy or as serious as a self-driving truck. Some larger devices, such as a jet engine, loaded with numerous smaller IoT components, such as thousands of sensors gathering and relaying data back to ensure it is running efficiently. Smart city projects, on a larger scale, are equipping entire regions with sensors to help us better understand and govern the environment.

Benefits to consumers: The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to make our surroundings smarter, more quantifiable, and... more conversational. Smart speakers, such as Amazon's Echo and Google Home, make it simple to play music, set a timer, and obtain information. Security systems allow you to keep an eye on what's going on inside and outside your home, as well as view and speak with visitors. Meanwhile, smart thermostats and smart lightbulbs can help us heat our houses before we return, and smart lightbulbs can make it appear as if we're at home even when we're not.

Trends: Newer things are emerging in terms of trends. Given the volume of data generated by linked things (IoT), RPA services enable the use of a new type of resource (the software robot) to treat this massive amount of data fast. RPA enables the execution of processes based on IoT-collected data, their integration with systems, and, if necessary, the triggering of actions in systems that lead to real-world responses via IoT chains.  AI-powered connected devices, data analytics, the use of blockchain technology, and edge computing are also contributing largely to the development of IoT.

3rd June 2021

Answered by Sujith Sukumaran

The Internet of Things, or IoT, refers to the billions of physical devices connected to the internet and collecting and exchanging data around the world. Connecting all of these diverse products and attaching sensors to them gives machines, that would otherwise be dumb, a level of digital intelligence, allowing them to convey real-time data without involving a person. The Internet of Things is bringing the digital and physical worlds together to make the world around us smarter and more responsive.

Example: Any physical thing that can be connected to the internet and controlled or convey information can be transformed into an IoT device. An Internet of Things gadget could be as cute as a child's toy or as serious as a self-driving truck. Some larger devices, such as a jet engine, loaded with numerous smaller IoT components, such as thousands of sensors gathering and relaying data back to ensure it is running efficiently. Smart city projects, on a larger scale, are equipping entire regions with sensors to help us better understand and govern the environment.

Benefits to consumers: The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to make our surroundings smarter, more quantifiable, and... more conversational. Smart speakers, such as Amazon's Echo and Google Home, make it simple to play music, set a timer, and obtain information. Security systems allow you to keep an eye on what's going on inside and outside your home, as well as view and speak with visitors. Meanwhile, smart thermostats and smart lightbulbs can help us heat our houses before we return, and smart lightbulbs can make it appear as if we're at home even when we're not.

Trends: Newer things are emerging in terms of trends. Given the volume of data generated by linked things (IoT), RPA services enable the use of a new type of resource (the software robot) to treat this massive amount of data fast. RPA enables the execution of processes based on IoT-collected data, their integration with systems, and, if necessary, the triggering of actions in systems that lead to real-world responses via IoT chains.  AI-powered connected devices, data analytics, the use of blockchain technology, and edge computing are also contributing largely to the development of IoT. 

4th June 2021

Answered by Sujith Sukumaran

https://thinkpalm.com/technologies/robotic-process-automation/

9th August 2021

Answered by Srashti Jain

The Internet of Things or IoT refers the network of physical objects, things in Iot are embedded with sensors, has unique
identifier, and ability to transfer data over a network.
 

IoT is a system of interrelated internet connected objects that contains embedded technology to communicate and sense
without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer.
 

There are some examples of IoT:-

Biometric cyber security scanners, connected appliances, smart home security systems, smart factory equipment, ultra high
speed wireless internet, etc.
 

Some major features of IoT are:- Data, Communication, Things, Connectivity, Action, Intelligence and Ecosystem.

For better learning and understanding you should join IOT Training Institute. 

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