The term Internet of Things (IoT) refers to scenarios where network connectivity and computing capabilities extend to objects, sensors, and everyday appliances. IoT-enabled devices to generate, exchange, and consume data with minimal human intervention. Edge computing enables local storage and local computation for the data generated by the IoT devices.
Ubiquitous connectivity, widespread adoption of IP-based networking, miniaturization, advances in data analytics, and the rise of cloud computing are the (enabling technologies) technology enablers that are driving the Internet of Things closer to widespread reality.
It is estimated that by 2025, there will be more than to 21 billion IoT devices. Many industries and sectors are adopting IoT to simplify, improve, automate and control different processes. We live in a time of unprecedented change.
The Internet of Things holds significant promise for delivering social and economic benefits to emerging and developing economies in areas like agriculture, water quality, healthcare, industrialization, and environmental management, and others.
IoT leads to a hyperconnected world with huge security concerns. Blockchain provides strong protection against data tampering thereby locking access to IoT devices. Blockchain-based approaches can be employed for IoT security. IoT, Cloud, Artificial Intelligence, and Blockchain are key technologies driving the digital transformation.
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