What is the Internet of Things?
The Internet of Things is a network of interconnected devices, sensors, computers, vehicles and any other equipment fitted with electronics that allow those devices to communicate with other devices connected to the network. All interconnected devices operate with the universal goal of collecting, compiling and analyzing data to drive better and more efficient decision-making.
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EVOLUTION OF IOT
IoT may appear to be a new concept, but its roots can be traced back several decades. The concept of connecting physical objects to the internet and allowing them to exchange information with one another and with people has grown throughout the years, powered by developments in technology and the vision of a more interconnected, all-things-networked world.
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