Internet of Things
So we live in an ever changing world, where some places Wi-Fi-hotspots are free or you connect with your own account. Getting connected is easy, staying connected is just as easy. As we are moving well into the information age there is one question that has the people spinning.
What is IoT?
Well the fact is it’s not the internet. So if it’s not the internet and it’s not technology, what is it? The term “Internet of Things” reverse to the increasing amount of connected nodes. As we all know you can have your TV connect to the internet for updates, YouTube, even to buy things online. Don’t think it stops there, almost everything can be connected to the internet, from your vehicles GPS to your socket outlet in your house. And by 2020 it is estimated that there will be 100 billion connections across the world. So from connecting to your friends to connecting to your home your entire live can be online, whether private or public. Meaning that there are different kinds of IoT. People to people, people to things and things to things. In this regard we can say that without IoT the internet would be limited and without the internet IoT would not exist. It all works in harmonious chaos that gets put into clean and easy to understand programs to help everyone achieve happiness and be productive.