The Internet of Things is the futuristic picture we have all been waiting for. Think of Iron Man and Jarvis – how one AI can communicate and control other electronic devices in his home. The Internet of Things is about connecting devices via the internet, enabling them to interact with each other, not only at home but also over cities and countries.
Smarter homes : The most impacted spectrum by Internet of Things will be home living. With the Internet of Things, your life will be completely transformed. An example is the smart fridge, where your fridge will be able to alert you if it is out of orange juice, or if the milk has expired. Where the Internet of Things comes in to play is that the internal camera in the fridge will be able to communicate to the AI, which in turn will interact with its voice protocols to inform you about your predicament. In Britain, smart meters have been rolled out, where temperature controls can be adjusted automatically by interacting with weather applications, or by motion-detecting when you have entered and exited your home.
Smarter cities : The Internet of Things will also create a more futuristic city that is safer and more efficient. Smart cement can be used to build roads and bridges, which can send an alert if it detects stresses or cracks. This will allow repair work to be done before sinkholes open or bridges collapse. Or sensors can detect ice and sleet on the road, and send an alert to your car to slow down, minimizing the risk of a skidding accident. Traffic can run even more smoothly by being able to detect and adjust according to the flow of traffic from minute to minute.
More efficient businesses : The Internet of Things will revolutionize businesses, from big to small. In the realm of agriculture, smart sensors can be used to monitor cattle flocks and crops, allowing farmers to adjust their production effectively according to specific needs. Inventory management and tracking will be lightning-fast, allowing for speedier delivery of goods. The more the cloud develops, businesses will also be able to reap the benefits of being able to work from anywhere in the world.
Healthcare : Healthcare is a sector that has witnessed huge demands and supply of smart devices. We’ve all seen the Fit-bit, which allows users to track their steps, heart rate and even sleep patterns. Various other devices can track cholesterol and blood pressure, and send warning alerts in times of crisis. These days, there are even smart cups and bottles, which prompt users to drink water. As the Internet of Things converges upon us, smart devices can also be used to monitor and collect data in real time, allowing scientists and researchers to develop better healthcare treatments and services.
Environment : The Internet of Things will generate leaps and bounds in the environment. British TV series Black Mirror envisioned a future where “smart bees” can pollinate flowers, providing a viable solution for the decline of bee populations. New technologies will be able to track
By Dhalite IOT Research Team