Internet Of Things and Wearable Technology


Today, we live in a highly connected world where people are interconnected and

connected to vast reservoirs of information and entertainment. About half of the

world's population now owns and uses mobile devices. In developed countries, most

homes are connected to the Internet. Today, we use smart devices for almost

everything: work, play, shop, entertain, seek knowledge, and communicate. By 2025,

approximately 1 trillion devices are expected to be connected to the internet.


The IoT, which means connecting all devices in a network via wired or wireless

connections, is transforming the world of business, creating opportunities for new

revenue streams, smarter interactions with customers, and increased efficiency.

increase. Communication between mechanical or electronic devices is so called

machine-to-machine ( M2M) technology.


Today this M2M technology is accelerating rapidly thanks to advances in sensors,

more widespread and affordable access to high-speed cellular networks, and a

developed ecosystem of device vendors and infrastructure providers. Recently, we

have entered a new era of connectivity beyond the human realm. An increasing

number of objects in the physical world can now communicate with us and with

each other through embedded sensors, tags and actuators without human

intervention.


These "smart objects" can see, hear, feel and smell the world around

them.


As objects become smarter and more connected, the physical world can now merge

with the digital world of information and ideas in a vast shared network via the

ubiquitous Internet. Intelligence embedded in personal items, appliances,

automobiles, clothing, factories and infrastructure generates vast amounts of

valuable data that can be collected, connected and analyzed for a variety of business,

social and personal advancements.


IoT is changing the world of business and making it more efficient. Mobile is one of

the most revolutionary technologies of the last century, and Apple has spearheaded

it. Much of the first wave of this growth will be in wearable technology.


The connected world of IoT is introducing a host of new intelligent devices that

enterprises can use for real-time analytics and business purposes. The IoT is

impacting and transforming nearly every person and industry, opening up new

business models and new sources of operational efficiency and revenue.


Related to managing the astronomical amount of data generated by a business

while maintaining the security of an organization's infrastructure and networks as

the IoT becomes mainstream in the business world with the proliferation of

wearables and smart devices You have to be good at your challenges.