Mais conteúdo relacionado




Internet of things

  1. Internet of Things
  2. Agenda • Introduction • History • IOTTimeline • Applications of IOT • How IOTWorks • SensorTechnologies • Challenge of IOT • Future of IOT • Conclusion • Video
  3. Introduction • The Internet of Things (IOT) is the network of physical objects or things. • It allows objects to be sensed and controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure • Also called The Internet of Objects and IOT • It allows communication between human and things • Implemented by embedding sensors in different objects that can transmit and receive data
  4. History • British entrepreneur Kevin Ashton first introduced the concept of Internet of Things in 1999 • The first IOT device to be said was a Coke Machine in Carnegie Mellon University, Qatar • The programmers were able to check if the machine was operating and even check the stock of the machine remaining • LG announced its first Internet Refrigerator plans in 2000
  5. IOTTimeline
  6. Applications of IOT • Smart Cities • Smart Manufacturing • Building & HomeAutomation • Health Care • Automotive • Wearables
  7. Application Perspective • When shopping in the market, the goods will introduce themselves. • When entering the doors, scanners will identify the tags on her clothing. • When paying for the goods, the microchip of the credit card will communicate with checkout reader. • When moving the goods, the Sensor will tell the staff to put a new one.
  8. EverythingTalks
  9. How IOT Works • Various wireless radios services allow devices to connect to the Internet and to each other • Device can be connected throughWi-Fi, low-energy Bluetooth, NFC, ZigBee and Z-Wave technologies • Cloud services then enable the collection of analysis from different devices so that the people can see what's going on and can take action via their mobile apps.
  10. Architecture of IOT
  11. Technology behind IOT • Wireless sensor technology play a pivotal role in bridging the gap between the physical and virtual worlds • They enable things to respond to changes in their physical environment • Sensors collect data from their environment, generating information and raising awareness about context • Example: sensors in an electronic jacket can collect information about changes in external temperature and the parameters of the jacket can be adjusted accordingly
  12. Working -Illustration
  13. Challenges of IOT • Scalability • Interoperability • Security and personal privacy • Software complexity • Data volumes • Lack of IP Addresses • Vulnerability to internet attack • Power supply
  14. Future of IOT • From refrigerators to parking spaces to houses, the IOT is bringing more and more things into the digital fold every day, which will likely make the IOT a multi-trillion dollar industry in the near future • By 2020, it is estimated that 50 Billion Devices would be connected to internet and 7.6 Billion People alive at that time • That interprets that there will be at least 6 Smart Device connected to every single person on earth
  15. Population v/s Devices
  16. IOT Smart Creatures
  17. Conclusion • Internet ofThings is closer to being implemented than the average person would think • Most of the necessary technological advances needed for it have already been made • The main reasons why it has not truly been implemented is the impact it will have on the legal, ethical, security and social fields • The internet of things can be scary or threatening to some people– too close to an automated, robotic world • Hackers could potentially access it, corporations may not want to share their data, and individual people may not like the complete absence of privacy
  18. Video
  19. This was all about Questions are very much welcomed ! Thankyou 