What if you never waited at another red light ever again?
We know that there have been a lot of discussions about the Internet of Things across the world. Through the researches and discussions, we have come to know that it’s a term that describes a world, which is filled with the sensors, actuators, robots and the computers that are all networked together and able to communicate with even larger networks. But, the Internet of Things is a lot more than that.
In this article, I’m going to focus on how the internet of things could affect our day-to-day lives in our home and, how it will change the whole world.
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IOT: BEGINNING OF A NEW WORLD
Let’s really think about the potential for a world filled with devices that can detect changing conditions and react so quickly that it makes the blink of an eye, look like an eternity.
You’re driving down the street on your way to work and you’re using your car’s navigation system to give you turn by turn directions to cut down on commute time. Your car is communicating with sensors embedded in the environment, telling it the presence of other cars and bicyclists even a pedestrian crossing the street two blocks ahead.
Your car is also in constant communication with the city’s traffic system. all of these sensors are working together to give you a smooth commute experience, cutting down on things that would frustrate you and funneling you through the best route clearing your path of red lights and other delays.
Now, doesn’t that sound nice? I mean this is a world that doesn’t just react to what you need right now. It anticipates what you’re going toned five minutes from now. It’s like living a life of serendipity an endless run of good luck but it is not the good luck. It’s the Internet of Things and it is working overtime on your behalf.
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IOT INCREASING INDUSTRIES’ EFFICIENCY
But just to be clear it’s not all about you. The Internet of Things is going to enter industries like manufacturing and shipping, making them adaptable and responsive systems and increasing their efficiency and with increased efficiency comes lower costs. It’s an incredible vision of the future to get there. Scientists, engineers and researchers are going to have to overcome some big challenges.
There are only so many wireless frequencies we can use and you can actually hit capacity within any given area. Now, the good news is that most of these devices in the Internet of Things are speaking in very small amounts of data but, when you have millions or potentially even billions of devices talking, it adds up pretty quickly, then there’s the cost.
Now, the components in the Internet of Things are still under development like sensors. They’re pretty expensive and other elements within the Internet of Things are even more so. So, bringing costs down is one of the largest challenges we face today. Personally, I don’t think any of these challenges are insurmountable.
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CONCLUSION: THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT
In fact, in 20 years time, I think a lot of the things that frustrate us today will be a distant memory. No more traffic jams, no more leaving the grocery store and then realizing you forgot that one ingredient you needed to make dinner and 20 years from then. I don’t know do you think maybe good luck will just fade into obscurity. It won’t mean anything anymore because that’s what our lives will be. Sure hope so.
Now it’s no secret that I am an optimist but, I think this is a future that’s worth striving toward. For getting more details on IoT, Big Data and so other trends, stay tuned!