IOT - Internet Of Things
IoT refers to the connection of everyday objects to the Internet and to one another, with the goal being to provide users with smarter, more efficient experiences. Some recent examples of IoT products include the Nest Protect smoke detector and August door locks.But as with any new technology, IoT can be confusing and intimidating for the average consumer, especially as debates swirl around standardization, security and privacy, and company after company piles on to this fast-growing trend.
The internet of Things (IoT) has become a well recognised phrase over the last few years, and for good reason. It’s about connecting devices over the internet and letting them talk to us, applications and each other. It’s set to revolutionise the way we interact with the world around us and everything in it. For example, what if your fridge could tell you it was out of milk, or, even better, what if it could automatically order some more through an online supermarket for home delivery? The potential of the internet of things is much broader than simply making our domestic lives that little bit easier.
- Datamining & Machine learning
- AI-Artificial Intelligence
- VR-Virtual Reality