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Internet of Things For Future

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the interconnection of uniquely identifiable embedded computing devices within the existing Internet infrastructure.

The World Wide Web has transformed into an Internet of Things (IoT) world where everything is or will be connected to the Internet. Furthermore, see how IoT is going to shape or change our life, business and everything around us through ubiquitous networking. For example, Homekit, Google Glasses, NFC Payment, Beacons, and Wearables are going to change, shape and transform everything around us.

Internet of Things (IoT) shaping our life.

Internet of Things (IoT) shaping human life with greater connectivity and ultimate functionality, and all this is happening through ubiquitous networking to the Internet. There is nothing that cannot be connected to the internet nowadays. For example, Toilets at London’s Heathrow Airport report on their usage, Deutsche Telekom and French IT firm Medria created a collar for cows to wear; which is connected to the internet wirelessly, the pupils at Writhlington School in Somerset have used the internet of things to watch how orchids grow are a few practices around the world people are experimenting and executing in day to day life.

We can summarize that Internet of Things (IoT) will be more personal and predictive. This will make life easier, comfortable and more efficient with the help of mobility and cloud. The Internet of Things (IoT) will merge the real world and the virtual world to create a highly personalized and often predictive connected experience.

IoT Building Our Business

“A large portion of marketing dollars are wasted when the wrong offers are made to the wrong people at the wrong place and time… The IoT will generate an enormous, truly unprecedented amount of precise information about buyers and their needs. It’s a marketer’s dream come true.”

— Jon Gettinger, Sr. Vice President of Marketing.

IoT is building our business. Manufacturing our Marketing business also one of result of IoT. A lot has been already changed since the inception of the Internet and many more will get changed with the greater Internet connectivity and reach.

More organizations and governments deploy Internet-enabled technology across various industries in coming days will make this opportunity really BIG. Internet of Things (IoT) start-ups and projects are getting government and private cash to build architecture to enable IoT based services around the world.

IoT Changes Everything.

By 2015, according to our projection, 75 percent of the world’s population will have access to the internet connecting 6 billion devices together. Clearly, when things are networked, that has an impact on how actual value is produced.

Internet of Things (IoT) is changing and transforming everything from business to life. Imaginations are boundless and opportunities are infinite. Everything is being wired up or connected wirelessly- architecture, energy efficient sensing, secure networks, quality of service, new protocols, participatory sensing, data mining, GIS based visualization, cloud computing, and international activities. It simply means that powerful information will be at our fingertips.

The evolution of the next generation mobile system will depend on the creativity of the users in designing new applications. However, security and privacy will be the top considerations for the development companies involved in apps development.

 

One of IoT device is Cubeacon. It is sending you information with Bluetooth Low Energy. Visit www.cubeacon.com to pick the right Beacon you need.

About Girly Saputri

Girly is a Content Marketing at Eyro Digital Teknologi, Ltd. She is also a copy writer and likes cheeseburger. She writes about iBeacon and its implementation. You can find her on LinkedIn as GirlySaputri.

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