IoT Based Solutions
The Internet of things (IoT) describes physical objects with sensors, processing ability, software, and other technologies that connect and exchange data with other devices and systems over the Internet or other communications networks. IoT has arrived and it’s going to going to change the way hardware devices are controlled.
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There are two types of IoT: CIoT and IIoT. The differences between CIoT and IIoT are:
CIoT often focuses on convenience for individual customers, whereas IIoT is strongly focused on the industry sector, improving the efficiency, security, and output of operations with a focus on Return on Investment (ROI).
For IIoT, the scope can be within an organization (smart factory) or between organizations (retailer supply chain). This is definitely the most established and mature part of IoT.
The CIoT will help make life easier for consumers by improving:
The IIoT will help a business to achieve:
- Harness intelligence from a wide range of equipment
- Improve operations (productivity)
- Increase customer satisfaction
Consumer Internet Of Things
Consumer + Internet + Things = Consumer Internet of Things (CIoT)
The CIoT is a category of consumer-oriented applications where:
- Gadgets are consumer devices, for example, mobile, refrigerator, glasses, etc.
- Data quantity and rates are comparatively low.
- Applications are not very critical, for example, failure of fitness gadgets will not harm you.
- CIoT applications are consumer-centric.
Industrial Internet Of Things
Industry + Internet + Things = Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)
The IIoT represents industry-oriented applications where:
- Devices are gadgets functioning in industrial, transportation, energy, or medical environment.
- Data quantity and rates tend to vary from sustained to relatively high.
- Applications are safety-critical, for example, the misbehaving of a smart traffic system can threaten drivers.
- IIoT applications tend to be system-centric.
IIoT incorporates machine learning and big data technology by utilizing the sensor data, M2M communication, and automation technologies that have existed in the industrial landscape for a long time.