The Internet of Things
What is the Internet of Things (IoT)?
In short, the technology of the Internet of Things allows objects to connect to the Internet and communicate with each other. What does that mean? Simply put, the IoT is an ecosystem of physical objects all connected to a common network, the Internet. These objects can be anything - from a clock, to a heart monitor, to a door sensor, even the car you drive; everything can be connected and send signals (also known as communication) to each other. These objects receive an IP address and can make decisions without going through human commands.
Frequent applications of the IoT in everyday life
If you are still confused about exactly what IoT is, a few examples of very familiar everyday objects from practice can help you better understand the use of IoT in everyday life. Do you have an intelligent rice cooker that can cook your rice perfectly by measuring and tracking how the rice is cooked? Have you ever heard of the self-propelled car with sensors receiving and reacting to roads and objects in the way? Or perhaps your home security, which can send signals to the authorities in the event of a burglary? These are just a few examples of the IoT in real life that are known to all of us and can significantly improve our quality of life by doing things that may seem very simple and require no effort.
How is the IoT changing the business world?
The IoT has and improves the quality of life of the population. As a result, more and more companies are interested in developing and adapting IoT for the economy. Because of its efficiency in promoting the process of self-decision of properties, the IoT can lower the cost of any business and improve efficiency by collecting real-time insights and analysis for better and more profitable decisions. As the technology world continues to improve with innovative technologies and the impact of the Internet increases day by day, the IoT becomes a very valuable part of any business that creates more growth opportunities and optimizes the flow of information.
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Internet of Things interface to support Wifi, Zigbee and LoRa communication
Since the IoT is heavily dependent on the Internet, it is important to clarify the advantages and disadvantages of each type of communication method for your optimal result. LoRa: LoRa is the perfect solution for the use of a large number of sensors or control devices, such as environmental sensors for the entire city or agricultural management. LoRa can process millions of devices at once and maximize the battery life of the devices. Its biggest drawback is the lack of hardware security as it uses software-based encryption, but its multi-level encryption can enable secure communication when the software is updated. LoRa can be seen as the next standard of the IoT and can enable the widespread use of IoT technology.
Drahtlose Kommunikation mit großer Reichweite (LoRa)
Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs) are designed to connect a large number of low power devices over a large area, with LoRaWAN being the most popular solution. The LoRaWAN network is an open network standard developed by the LoRa Alliance with guaranteed integrity and security. LoRa wireless communication has recently become the entry-level solution for the IoT communication system, as efficiency in controlling a large number of devices simultaneously has proven itself in a large area. This increases the potential of IoT technology in industrial solutions and explains a dramatically increasing need for IoT applications. At CODEEVOO, we understand the need for efficiency. We can help you use LoRa to expand your business or solve your current device control or monitoring problems. Let's discuss in detail how LoRa can help your business grow and any potential concerns about implementing IoT technology in your business.
Embedded Internet of Things platform based Raspberry Pi and Android Things operating system
Google's latest operating system for IoT, Android Things, is perhaps the next big thing for IoT technology, as developers can now implement new applications and systems based on Google's Machine Learning, Android Ecosystem and Google Assistant Language Wizard for inter-device communication. Using the existing Raspberry Pi 3 model support, you can now manage up to 100 devices with your smartphone or tablet and develop applications for your devices to build an intelligent network for your connected devices that will help you increase cost efficiency, scale your business, monitor your processes, manage your resources and more, just with your smartphone.