When you think of the Internet of Things (IoT), what do you think of?
Do stoves talking to fridges come to mind? What about smartwatches and intelligent fabrics? How about self-driving cars and connected transportation, smart buildings, precision agriculture, smart cities, wind farms, and smart grid? Do sensors, actuators, digital, data, network, Internet, and the cloud ring a bell? And, then there’s machine learning and AI, and algorithms, and cybersecurity and privacy, and future of work – right?
Yes – all the above and more.
At first glance the Internet of Things might seem like a cauldron of terms, or a black hole that draws in all the terms around ...