What is IOT?
How does IOT come into our lives?
Would you like all devices that can connect to the Internet to keep in touch with each other and make life easier for you? This may have been a somewhat pretentious sentence. Let's summarize the sentence like this, do you want all devices connected to the internet that can affect your daily life make your life easier? If your answer is yes, welcome to the internet of things era.
The Internet of Things (IOT) is defined as "a worldwide network of uniquely addressable objects created among themselves, and the objects in this network communicating with each other with a specific protocol". We started to use IOT technology in our daily lives. There are many examples such as household goods, autonomous vehicles, smart cities, lightless factories that we can control from your smartphones.
So how does the IOT work? An IoT ecosystem uses cloud technologies to process the data they collect from devices using embedded systems such as processors, sensors, and communication hardware. That's basically how most smart technology products we use work. In fact, it is these sensors that make our devices smart. These sensors can be integrated into the devices later to make them smart.
There are an average of 10 billion devices connected to the internet today. By 2030, this number is expected to exceed 20 billion. Many objects you use in your daily life, such as security cameras, smart phones, white goods and motor vehicles, will communicate with each other and make your daily life easier. Your smart watch will communicate with your coffee machine when you wake up in the morning and prepare your morning coffee just in time. When you leave your house in a winter, your house will tell your car to turn on the heater and heat your car. With IOT technologies, one of the most important problems in the history of humanity will become history, and forgetting your key at home will no longer be a problem.