Many people are resistant to change and modern technology, for fear of not understanding the risks or consequences, but also not realising the benefits that can be obtained from many modern technologies. IoT or the Internet of Things allows one identified object to integrate with another to function accurately, safely and speedily without wasting resources or without human intervention – thus preventing mistakes that can lead to unfortunate incidents. Will IoT technologies be embraced by consumers immediately or will it take time to convince them? Take a look at these IoT products and imagine the possibilities:
In the past couple weeks, we have discussed what the Internet of Things is – a colossal cloud tech movement that is slowly but steadily sneaking its way into our daily routines.
Lindsay Corporation’s FieldNET® mobile, for example, allows growers to run intricate irrigation systems directly from their smartphones. And, Information Data Technologies’ Harmony Cloud Web app serves as a rural water utility management system that uses field satellites and automatic meter reading devices to monitor rural water utility operations.
How can a medical aid reminding you to take your medications promptly be bad?
How would you like to have a key and parking locator that will save you time?
Smart manufacturers for sure would be too willing to install a machine that would detect problems during a manufacturing procedure.
On top of that, health conscious individuals can now be assured that they are breathing clean air!
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Insights by: Jürgen Strauss