Today, IoT is no longer anything extraordinary. We are nearly surrounded by smart devices in our homes, offices, hospitals, places we go out with friends.
However, IoT technology is still something new and unfamiliar to most of us. Being an average user, what do you think when asked what IoT is?
You may be fairly certain that IoT is (a) a mix of devices and technologies (b) being put together and (c) communicating with one another via data created and flown through the system.
And you’re getting close to the truth, but how many devices create the data?
How is the data transferred through the system?
How is the processed information sent back?
How will a user receive the information: in real time or in parts?
What is the relevance of analytics in this context?
To answer the questions, we need to dig deeper into the Internet of Things development.