IoT is useful in many areas of our lives. Be it healthcare, education, retailing etc. Internet of Things is beneficial for the people.
Home computerization is the first thing that arrives into the minds of many when you discuss the future. The truth is that it’s already here. Apple has a complete line of home automation outputs that package all sync to a “Home” application and be managed from a single device. You can equip associates to work in combination with each other and complete tasks that are arranged into a single ‘scene.’ Whereas a “Good Morning” scene turns on individual lights, opens some locks, and improves the temperature, a “Good Night” scene does the opposite and makes you for the night. Google, another tech giant, has its home computerization product, Google Home, and others like Microsoft are quickly catching up.
Much advancement comes from remote health monitoring, or telehealth, and use mobile devices and wireless technology to surveil conditions, track recurring illnesses, and present overall treatment care. This includes completing routine tests and sending the data back to a healthcare expert in real-time and monitoring glucose levels for diabetics and heart or blood stress for patients receiving cardiac care.
If you’ve heard of Tesla Motors you’ve heard of semi-autonomous driving cars. These are cars that can accelerate, decelerate, change ways, join with traffic and even move in and out of parking spaces and self-parking without a driver’s help. They carry some of the many highlights of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) that are created to help drivers by enhancing their situational information or enhancing a vehicle’s response to aversive situations. The Artificial intelligence technology with IoT offers real-time traffic advice and vehicle sensors that track car telematics, place and fuel consumption
Smart agriculture assures that crops and soil receive specifically what they require for optimal health and growth by using sensing technology that keeps a record of everything. These can be moisture sensors that send data to a cloud, where it is then prepared and sent to the farm’s watering system. From here a calibrated amount of water mixes with compost and is dispersed at desired intervals.
Design & Construction
The Internet of Things is more impacting the world of construction and design. Some tools can be controlled remotely in conditions that would otherwise be harmful to humans. Some sensors track operational parameters and send information when a machine requires repair. Another recent advancement, Building Information Modeling, combines computer-generated buildings with real sensors and sends data showing how the material is influenced by climate and the passage of time. Newer development designs in bridges and buildings are also being outfitted with devices that control waves and track how much pressure they can take.
There’s a certain lack of privacy and security that can be acquired when connecting something to the internet. The same benefit obtained from IoT, creating a network of devices that connect and communicate with each other, is also its disadvantage.
Home automation and intelligent vehicles are making life more comfortable while health monitoring holds us safe. Smart agriculture is increasing our crops while variations in construction and design are developing our cities. Yes, it has its downside, but the many benefits that stem from IoT connect to create an overall better quality of life.