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7 unusual uses of the Internet of Things

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7 unusual uses of the Internet of Things

  1. 1. 7 unusual uses of the Internet of Things www.kdrrecruitment.com #KDRinsight
  2. 2. More and more devices are being created and our lives are becoming seamlessly connected but what are some of the more bizarre and unusual uses of IoT? www.kdrrecruitment.com #KDRinsight
  3. 3. WiFi Drones It’s something Facebook has been talking about for a while but at F8 2016, Mark Zuckerberg finally announced Facebook are starting to test the solar-powered drones they have been working on.The drones are to provide internet access to remote parts of the world.The aim is to allow everybody to access and connect to the internet with ease and as Facebook’s vice- president of engineering says “our mission is to connect everybody in the world”. www.kdrrecruitment.com #KDRinsight
  4. 4. Livestock A product has been developed in which wireless internet connected devices can be inserted into the ear of a cow, each device can be used to help the farmer detect any disease and can monitor the cow’s health.There are also collars than can be put on the cows to measure their heat, and health again, they can also be used to monitor where the animals are located. www.kdrrecruitment.com #KDRinsight
  5. 5. Pet Feeders For those cat owners that travel often and can’t get someone to look after their pets this IoT device could be the answer, the internet enabled device dispenses cat food as the owner wants it to and they can also watch it all on a live webcam stream. There is also a version for dogs that dispenses treats with a live video stream to the owner so they can watch their dogs eat. www.kdrrecruitment.com #KDRinsight
  6. 6. Dog Collars Following on with the same theme as pets, multiple IoT dog collars have been created. One collar has an inbuilt thermometer to check the dog’s heat, if the collar senses the heat levels are too high, the collar will automatically text the owners to warn them. Another collar even tracks your dog’s fitness levels, telling you how much exercise they actually do, like a Fitbit but for a dog. www.kdrrecruitment.com #KDRinsight
  7. 7. Egg Boxes Smart egg boxes are the next big thing in kitchen ware.The boxes will store your eggs for you, tell you which one is the oldest, and how many you have left. If the box is connected to a mobile phone device it will give you all this information via a smartphone app. www.kdrrecruitment.com #KDRinsight
  8. 8. Coffee Machines This is probably the favourite use of IoT in the KDR offices. By connecting the coffee machine to the internet, the user can instruct the machine to brew up from a remote area. Some devices are used through Bluetooth with a smartphone app connected to it, allowing the user to use their phone to make a coffee. www.kdrrecruitment.com #KDRinsight
  9. 9. Shoes Nike has probably become the most talked about when it comes to wearable tech and shoes (hint: self-lacing shoes) but others are joining in. Smart shoes can help the wearer track their fitness levels and measure how many steps they have taken. Some of the shoes on the market even “talk to the wearer” when they have been stationary for a while to give them motivation. www.kdrrecruitment.com #KDRinsight
  10. 10. These are just a few of the oddest IoT devices on the market but we’re sure there are many more. What is the strangest device you have seen or even owned? www.kdrrecruitment.com #KDRinsight

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