In a world where the Internet is almost all-pervasive, applications for internet connected devices are extensive. Across consumer, business and urban infrastructure segments, the demand for these applications is growing. George Osborne, the former British Chancellor of the Exchequer, saw the “Internet of Things” (IoT) as the next phase of the information revolution envisaging the inter-connectivity of everything from urban transport and medical devices to business equipment and household appliances.
Key Application Areas
Smart Home ranks among the highest Internet of Things applications with more than 60,000 people currently search for the term “Smart Home” each month. More companies are active in the Smart Home space than any other application in the field of IoT.
Wearables using IoT applications continue to be a hot topic in the tech space. Products like Apple’s new smart watch, the Sony Smart B Trainer, the Myo gesture control, and the LookSee bracelet have already redefined the Wearables segment.
The Smart City concept spans a wide variety of urban infrastructure and services ranging from traffic management, water distribution and waste management to urban security and environmental monitoring. IoT solutions in the area of Smart City can solve traffic congestion problems, reduce noise and pollution and help make cities safer. The potential is enormous.
Future Smart Grids can use information about the behaviours of electricity suppliers and consumers through automated systems to improve the efficiency, reliability, and economics of electricity.
Many market research companies like Gartner and Cisco see the Industrial Internet as the IoT concept with the highest overall potential.
The buzz around connected car solutions is already building Google, Tesla and Apple are rapidly moving forward in this high-tech space.
Connected Health encompassing Digital Health, Telehealth and Telemedicine is an IoT application area with enormous potential.
The Internet has already had a profound impact on retail. The trend continues with new proximity-based advertising options as a subset of Smart Retail making it possible to combine Smartphone, Internet and GPS tracking to offer consumers relevant choices based on their location, known preferences and shopping habits.
Smart Supply Chain:
Solutions for tracking products and inventories while they are in transit have been growing in popularity in recent times. IoT applications could enhance the instantaneousness of such applications and make them more relevant in times of intense global competition.
Due to the remoteness and scattered nature of farming operations and the enormous quantity of livestock and food grain stocks that can be tracked and monitored using IoT applications, Smart Farming is attracting a lot of attention, especially across large parts of Europe and Asia where agriculture continues to contribute a significant part of the GDP.
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