IoT or Internet of things, is doing wonders and making life more convenient. It can control aviation, airplane engines, transportation, water distribution, increase security, and environment control. According to the statistics, there will be at least 21 billion connected devices by 2020 and currently, IoT has over 7.5 billion investment with chances to get more with time. Moreover, it increases the efficiency and connect devices like smoke detector, bells etc.
The Internet of Things, also known as IoT, is the trend in today’s market. Some predict our future can be over such devices which can communicate with another. The surprising thing is that if you ask around, there are not many who would know about IoT. Mostly, the ones who know about IoT are considered as the tech-geeks. IoT has done a lot of improvement in our daily life. We have noticed the IoT is doing wonders and everything is connected on ground but is it really? And what about things in air, Are they connected too? Yes, it is. The IoT is changing the aviation industry by increasing the efficiency operations, transportation, fuel efficiency and customer services.
The internet of things has expanded rapidly over the past few years. These are small devices which are controlled and tracked by latest cost-effective chips of suitable size. The problem of building IoT has changed into the problem of managing the large quantity of data. The quantity of transistors per chip will turn double after every 18 months as per Moore’s law, which has enabled hardware developers to incorporate additional functionality in the same footprint. This helps in the creation of smaller phones, computers and many other ready-to-use electronic devices.
Can you imagine a world without the internet or our smart devices? Think about it – how would we stay connected and interact with multiple people at one time? But we are not the only ones who are “connected” – the use of smart technology has, it seems, taken over the devices in and outside our homes as well.
Think about it, with the increase in cloud computing leading to a spike in machine-to-machine communication, we are seeing this technology implanted in almost everything today!