The Internet of Things or IoT is the name given to the extending of the connectivity beyond just desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones.
This trend is a major player in a wide range of domestic and commercial applications.
The Smart Home
Devices and wearables that are connected to your homes lighting, sound and entertainment systems, doorbell cameras. We have family fridges that can let you know that you are short on milk.
From voice-controlled communication systems to implants that monitor medical data. providing real-life medical infromation and even alerts to first responders.
Dynamic integration between transport systems and asset management. Smart traffic control, Electronic toll collection systems. All this leading to a world where cars are controlled by data rather than human skill.
Monitoring weather, pest infestations, soil content, mechanical movements and yield reporting via connected data are all part of modern farming.