The internet of things describes devices with sensors, processing ability, software and other technologies that connect and systems over technologies that connect and exchange data with other devices and systems over the internet or other communications networks.
Some examples of IoT are connected cars, smart appliances, connected security systems, smart agriculture equipment, connected cities and more.
Wireless sensors, software, actuators, computers, and other devices are all included in the Internet of Things. They are connected to a specific item that communicates with other things or people through the internet automatically and without human involvement. For example, smart homes that are equipped with smart appliances as ACs, connected heating, lighting, and electronic devices which can be control remotely.
Another exciting application of IoT is in the field of smart cities. By connecting a range of devices and sensors, such as traffic cameras, environmental sensors, and waste management systems, cities can optimize their infrastructure and improve the quality of life for residents. All the smart systems are knowns as IoT whether it is smart mobiles, smart refrigerators, smartwatches, fitness trackers, smart cars, smart security system, etc.
As per the source, by 2025, India is expected to have nearly 500 million IoT devices connected to the internet, creating new opportunities for innovation and career growth. From smart homes to connected cars, and intelligent infrastructure, the possibilities of IoT are endless.
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