What is the Internet of Things?
When you think of all the events that will affect your daily life, what is it that you think about? How about “how am I going to automate my work”? Well the Adroit IoT company works in the field of IoT, but what is it? Let’s break down some of the commonly used names for the Internet of Things. It’s likely that you know about smart objects and smart home technology, but the internet of things (IoT) is a much more encompassing term, providing us with the ability to connect any device with an IP address to the internet and to each other. IoT devices can be sensors, thermostats, switches, lightbulbs, home security cameras, smartphones, security cameras, barcodes scanners, and many more! Why is IoT important for businesses? IoT is not only beneficial to businesses and organisations, but also to consumers.
Who Uses It?
IoT is used by the following industries; Agriculture, Aquaculture like real-time water monitoring
, Construction, IoT’s wide range of clients ranges from small to medium-sized businesses through to large multi-national organisations with over 100 major projects having been implemented around the world, utilising our wireless IoT monitoring and control systems. Smaller organisations within the high-tech, manufacturing and automotive sectors use IoT solutions to monitor environmental parameters such as pH and turbidity, provide accurate real-time readings and advanced management systems. IoT solutions provide invaluable information in understanding and planning maintenance or improvement programs to extend their asset lifespan. These solutions are ideally suited to remote locations and remote locations outside of the city.
How Does It Work?
“What is an IoT technology, and what does it do?” An Internet of Things (IoT) technology is the adoption of connected devices for gathering and processing real-time data and providing information to enable the automation of various processes within an organisation. IoT is a worldwide digital technology movement that creates a new communications protocol and an ecosystem for connecting a digital network of physical objects. A wireless monitoring and control system is connected to IOT technology via the Cloud Core System.
Some examples of IoT.
Big Data analytics: For example, businesses can track the behaviour of customers using analytics, gaining insights into trends, habits and changing behaviours. You can use this information to send relevant, targeted adverts and respond to changing customer needs. Agriculture: Monitoring weeds with precision agriculture and weather data: Currently, only 2-3% of farmers have proper software in place. A current project is working with a New Zealand company to develop software that will be able to automate weed control. By analysing soil, weather and greenhouse data from all devices on farm plans to help reduce manual weed control processes by 80%.
How does IoT work and why a business needs to use IoT
As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grow in popularity, many people are wondering why they should care about IoT, and how it will impact their daily lives. The Internet of Things is based on the idea of connecting an object to the internet, so that it can be controlled via computer, smartphone, or other device. This opens up a whole new realm of possibilities for how technology can help us better our lives. For example, many cities are using IoT to better manage their infrastructure, like traffic lights. This gives drivers real time information about how to best get to their destination. Or in the aquaculture industry even mussel farm monitoring!
When looking to implement an IoT project into your business, There are a few company\ies to turn to. They can offer complete IoT solutions with a strong focus on security and business-ready IoT monitoring.