The Internet of Things or IoT is basically a complex network that seamlessly connects people and things together through the Internet. Theoretically, anything that can be connected (smart watches, cars, homes, thermostats, vending machines, servers…) will be connected in the near future using sensors and RFID tags. This allows connected objects to continuously send data over the Web and from anywhere. The first time the term was used was in 1999 by Kevin Ashton, the creator of the RFID standard.
IoT will have the advantage of bringing us smart cities with smart cars, secure and efficient buildings, and smart traffic management systems.… Click to read the full post