Category : Internet of Things
The Internet of Things (IoT) is an ever-growing network of connected devices, sensors and systems that are used to monitor, control and exchange data. It is a way of connecting the physical world to the digital world, allowing for a more efficient and automated way of living.
As the IoT continues to expand, there are now four distinct types of IoT networks: consumer IoT, industrial IoT, wearable IoT, and infrastructure IoT.
Consumer IoT refers to the devices and services used by consumers in their everyday lives. This includes products such as smart home devices, fitness trackers, connected cars, and wearables. Industrial IoT (IIoT) refers to the use of connected devices and systems in industrial and manufacturing settings. Wearable IoT refers to devices that are worn on the body, such as smart watches and fitness trackers. Infrastructure IoT refers to the use of connected devices and systems to monitor and control various aspects of a city’s infrastructure.
Each of these networks has its own unique set of applications and use cases, and each of them can be used to improve the efficiency and performance of our lives.