IoT means the Internet Of Things. The Internet Of Things (IoT) is an emerging technology consisting of a set of interconnected objects. That connects anything, anyone, anyplace, anytime, any network and, any service. These technologies have the potential to influence the overall business spectrum as each device and object can be recognized uniquely within the modern internet infrastructure. With vast benefits. These benefits normally consist of the advanced connectivity of systems, services. And devices that go beyond machine to machine (M2M) situations.

The IoT makes suitable solutions available for a variety of applications and services. Including traffic congestion, waste management, smart cities, security. Further smart health, logistics, disaster services, healthcare, trade, and business control.

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History and revolution of IoT

The vision of IoT is to use smart technologies to connect things anytime, anyplace for anything. The IoT started in the year 1998. The turn internet of things was first coines bt Kevin Ashton in 1999.

The lot enables physical objects to see, hear, think, and perform jobs by having them “talk” together, share information and, coordinate decisions. The IoT transforms these objects from being traditional to smart by exploiting their underlying technologies. Such as ubiquitous and pervasive computing, embedded devices, communication technologies, sensor networks, Internet protocols, and applications. Sharp objects, along with their supposed tasks, constitute domain-specific applications (vertical markets). While ubiquitous computing and analytical services form application domain independent services (horizontal markets). Fig, I illustrate the overall concept of the IoT in which every domain-specific application is interacting with domain-independent services, whereas in each domain sensors and tumors communicate directly with each other.

Over time, the IoT is expected to have a significant home and business applications. To contribute to the quality of life. And to grow the world”s economy. For example, smart-homes will enable their residents to automatically open their garage when reaching home, prepare their coffee, control climate control systems, TVs, and other appliances. In order to realize this potential growth, emerging technologies and innovations, and service applications need to grow proportionally to match market demands and customer needs. Furthermore, devices need to be developed to fit customer requirements in terms of availability anywhere and anytime.