Modern technologies that have appeared in the last few years have enabled the idea of IoT for wider implementation. IoT is enabled by several technologies.
The Internet of Things would not be possible without new and continuous advancements in the following technologies…
Sensors collect and process the data detecting the changes in the physical status of things accurately, efficiently, and continuously without fail.
The wireless networks allow communication between the sensors and the system anywhere anytime. Present-day technologies are aimed at becoming faster and more secure than ever.
The very availability of the Internet and wireless network has facilitated connecting the 'Thing' to the Internet. The price of cellular access (3G/4G/5G) is low and offers a very good performance of data transfer.
New advancements in computing enhance the power of the networks by devolving processing capabilities to different parts of them. Today data processing can be done onsite or easily in the cloud.
There are some big, global clouds available for rent offering not only storage but also Business Intelligence tools or Artificial Intelligence analytic algorithms.
NanoTech is making smaller and smaller 'Things' with the ability to connect and interact. Complicated technologies are made more practical and unobtrusive than ever.
The microcontrollers - microprocessor systems that can be easily integrated with other elements e.g. sensors, actuators, and internet connection have ever risen in popularity. There are a wide variety of programming tools and environments supported by companies and communities such as Arduino.
Medium-Scale Computer Systems have more powerful processors, more memory and network connectivity build into them than Small-Scale Computer Systems.
They can work under operating systems like Windows, Linux, and FreeRTOS functioning as hubs for local storage, local controllers, and gateways to the Internet.
Many people want to be connected to the global network everywhere, anytime having their “digital twin” with them. It is possible now with small, powerful mobile devices like smartphones.
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