What do we mean by IoT? We can turn on the plug sockets in our houses from a chair in a remote workplace. Our refrigerator’s built-in cameras and sensors allow us to track our food and know when it’s about to expire. The temperature in our home can be set to the perfect condition based on our preferences, ready for when we return
These sentences are not extracts from a fictional dystopian future. They are just a few of the millions of frameworks that make up the Internet of Things (IoT) that are now in use.
IoT has changed how we connect, communicate, and go about our everyday tasks. The network of gadgets is making our society more innovative and more efficient, from homes to maintenance to cities.
In the early 2000s, IoT was just a notion, but as we approach 2022, statistics demonstrate that this technology is here to stay. According to reports, 35.82 billion IoT devices will be installed globally in 2021, and 75.44 billion by 2025.
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