The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term that’s come to be used to describe the ever-growing networks of physical objects that are online, connected, and capable of communicating and sharing information with us and with each other.
Computers and then smartphones were the first devices that were connected to the internet. Over the past decade, our homes have become filled with smart TVs, connected kitchen appliances such as kettles and fridges, and smart alarm systems, cameras, and lightbulbs. At the same time, we have become used to working alongside smart machinery in workplaces, driving smart cars, and even living in smart cities.
There was a time when you could simply build a smart device and then sell it and forget it. Connectivity changed everything. Now, there are more options to develop, manage and sell an IoT device. Device developers are driving innovation, accelerating IoT evolution, delivering new use cases and continuously improving product quality. All of this taps into a major opportunity as the IoT market continues to rapidly grow.
A growing number of companies are turning to the internet of things (IoT) to enhance the way they operate. Experts from Metyis outline how to get started.
The internet of things is a concept that describes physical objects (or groups of objects) embedded with sensors, processing ability, software, and other technologies that connect and exchange data over the internet.
Oracle describes IoT as a “network of physical objects — ‘things’ — that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies for the purpose of connecting and exchanging data with other devices and systems over the internet.” These “things” run the gamut from smart TVs and doorbells to motion-sensitive security cameras and temperature sensors for office HVAC systems.
To become dominant, every technology needs to find its spark.
For cloud computing, it was the explosion of software-as-a-service and mobile devices. Today, there are more than 5.3 billion mobile phone users in the world, meaning nearly seven out of every 10 people on Earth are downloading data and information from networked servers built specifically for high-speed downloads.
IoT Analytics, a leading global provider of market insights and strategic business intelligence for the Internet of Things (IoT), AI, Cloud, Edge, and Industry 4.0, published a 110-page report titled “IoT Communication Protocols Adoption Report 2022”. The report details the usage of IoT communication protocols in the context of smart operations and connected products.
The latest research on IoT protocols shows an increasing popularity of purpose-made protocols for IoT. In 2022, “ease of use” and “reliability” top the list of most important protocol requirements.
Internet-connected devices are entering our homes and businesses at an astonishing rate. A recent study reported that the Internet of Things (IoT) will grow to $3.3 billion by 2027. Moreover, by this same year, an estimated 23 billion devices will be online. To accommodate the massive volume of devices flooding the market, constant maintenance is required.
AI and IoT are cutting-edge technologies that will have a huge influence on all sectors of society and industry.
Since most organizations focus their efforts on developing their brand, software, or network, systems have the potential to revolutionize how firms function.
How collaboration, collective action and a common language will help to build consumer trust in the IoT
The Internet of Things (IoT) and digital transformation surrounds us from the moment we get out of bed to the second we go to sleep.
Before the coronavirus pandemic, many of us had embraced these connected technologies but few of us depended on them. However, when they were the only way to stay connected to our colleagues, customers, healthcare professionals, and loved ones they became a vital component in our lives.
Much of the United States experienced record-breaking heat levels in July 2022.
This sweltering weather brings about a phenomenon known as heat domes or heat islands, which form when the climate in urban area differs from the conditions is rural areas surrounding it.
According to Bryan Fried, the CEO and Chairman of Pangea Global Technologies, in these cases, the urban area usually experiences higher temperatures than the adjacent areas. “This condition exacerbates adverse climate conditions and temperatures in the area and can cause other problems,” Fried wrote in an email.
Blockchain is nothing new. Originally proposed in 1982, and eventually harnessed in 2008 as the technology behind Bitcoin, blockchain acts as an immutable publicly distributed ledger. Each block cannot be edited and cannot be deleted. It is secure, decentralized and tamper-proof.
These attributes hold immense value for IoT infrastructures, and point the way to a more transparent future. Blockchain technologies can be used to support IoT deployments by improving decentralization, heightening security and bringing better visibility to connected devices.
Is your home office ready for the IoT revolution? If the Internet of Things has not been on your radar lately, it’s time for a reality check. In the past five years, the market for net connected devices for homes has exploded. Merchants are having a hard time keeping inventories stocked because devices like voice-activated appliances, smart thermostats, automated lighting systems, smartwatches, and security components are consumer and entrepreneur favorites in 2022/23.
As the digital age progresses, the internet has become an essential component of people’s lives and workplace cultures. According to Statista, India had over 622 million active internet users in 2020, and by 2025, that number is expected to exceed 900 million. Even though there is a divide between urban and rural areas, it is shrinking as a result of development, changing landscapes, and the rapid expansion of internet access.
Few aspects of our daily lives have remained untouched by the so-called “internet of things” one of the most pervasive technological trends to emerge in the twenty-first century.
Internet of Things (IoT) Security Market 2022 Growth Analysis, Opportunities, Trends, Developments and Forecast to 2028
The report includes a detailed analysis of the market as well as enabling technologies, current trends, opportunities, and obstacles, plan of action, supply chain, and profiles of leading players.
The latest research document published through MarketsandResearch.biz, the Global Internet of Things (IoT) Security Market is predicted to witness significant increase all through the forecast length 2022 to 2028. The research report gives marketplace share analysis in terms of quantity and sales.
IIoT security often takes a back seat, report finds.
Cyberattacks against Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) devices, as well as operational technologies (OT), are widespread, with almost no companies being immune, a new report from Barracuda Networks has claimed.