The Evolution Of IoT Makes The Possibilities Of Smart Technology Endless
The Internet of Things (IoT) links a wide range of devices -- including wearables, smart appliances, and driverless cars -- to each other and the cloud. Fitness trackers help users manage their heart rate, sleep patterns, daily activities, and other similar data via a smartphone.
Smart homes consist of smart devices, such as thermostats, washing machines, TVs, lights, and security cameras which are connected to the internet where the users can control them via hubs. Applying this concept on a larger scale leads to smart cities where on-demand garbage pickup, remote-controlled irrigation for parks, automated street lights, digital bus routes, and smart parking meters can be seen.
IoT enabled systems let users search and find undocked bikes via their smartphones which they can use and return them elsewhere. Driverless vehicles sync to the driver’s smartwatch or smartphone.
Autonomous farming drones are part of the tech-driven “precision farming” market. This market also uses IoT chips to monitor key conditions -- like water levels in the soil, planting locations, and estimated yield -- to make seasonal decisions.
Smart factories are more efficient with advanced robotics, cloud platforms, automated machinery, and AI services. Cashier-free services in shops will soon be a reality where sensors, camera, and RFID tags overtake the scenario.
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