INTERNET OF THINGS WITH ROB VAN KRANENBURG: THE BASICS


The basics

Rob van Kranenburg, Founder of IoT Council, Ecosystem Manager for EU projects Tagitsmart and Next Generation Internet tals about pervasive computing, cloud, smart devices, digital twins, processing and storage power.

YogaFan

The most important features of IoT include artificial intelligence, connectivity, sensors, active engagement, and small device use.

Dorothea Petrescu

In response to Alex Tetradze

IoT systems have applications across industries through their unique flexibility and ability to be suitable in any environment. They enhance data collection, automation, operations, and much more through smart devices and powerful enabling technology.

IoT systems allow users to achieve deeper automation, analysis, and integration within a system. They improve the reach of these areas and their accuracy. IoT utilizes existing and emerging technology for sensing, networking, and robotics.

Alex Tetradze

IoT systems have applications across industries through their unique flexibility and ability to be suitable in any environment. They enhance data collection, automation, operations, and much more through smart devices and powerful enabling technology.

Simon Winkler

In response to Shila Vasuda Gupta

IoT is an advanced automation and analytics system which exploits networking, sensing, big data, and artificial intelligence technology to deliver complete systems for a product or service. These systems allow greater transparency, control, and performance when applied to any industry or system

IoT exploits recent advances in software, falling hardware prices, and modern attitudes towards technology. Its new and advanced elements bring major changes in the delivery of products, goods, and services; and the social, economic, and political impact of those changes.

Shila Vasuda Gupta

IoT is an advanced automation and analytics system which exploits networking, sensing, big data, and artificial intelligence technology to deliver complete systems for a product or service. These systems allow greater transparency, control, and performance when applied to any industry or system

Simon Winkler

Many "entry-level" IoT products fit smoothly into the patterns of daily life by simplifying routine tasks. Finding your keys, unlocking your door, turning lights on and off — these and other habits can be automated with sensors and intelligent software. A truly smart home is full of products that know your preferences, anticipate your needs and respond dynamically to your behavior, so you can spend less time micromanaging your house and more time living in it.

Gaetano Albertini

The IoT is growing at a significant pace as consumers, businesses, and governments are recognizing the benefits of connecting inert devices to the internet.Research firm IDC’s report confirms that the worldwide IoT market is poised to grow to $1.7 trillion by 2020 with a CAGR of 16.9%. A recent report titled ‘The Internet of Things Ecosystem Research’ from Business Insider (BI) states that the number of devices connected to the internet will increase from 10 billion in 2015 to 34 billion by 2020. BI’s report foresees that global market will witness an investment of nearly $6 trillion in IoT solutions over the next five years and investments made in the next five years are projected to generate $13 trillion in revenue by 2025.

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