Be a part of the latest revolution in computer science, and become one of the world’s top experts and unleash the Internet of Things.
You heard it right. For first time you have this great opportunity to be part of the IoT society which will make you to dive deep into this vast concept and help you to have a better understanding, how this technology is changing our lives every single day.
Being a part of this society, you will be:
- Attending seminars by the experts in the IoT.
- Part of IoT Ideation sessions.
- Part of Brainstorming Sessions.
- Working on IoT projects to start new venture.
In today’s date, we are already surrounded by the IoT technology. Best Examples: Siri, Alexa, Google home hub, Nest Smart Home, Kisi Smart Lock, all the smart devices you can think of. And these combined markets of the Internet of Things (IoT) will grow to about $520B in 2021, more than double the $235B spent in 2017.
What are you waiting for; join us now to create the smart future.
For better understanding:
What is IoT?
IOT is a vast concept of connecting any device (i.e. “thing”) to the Internet (and/or to each other) to make it talk, listen and/or perform tasks. This includes everything from cell phones, coffee makers, washing machines, headphones, Lamps, wearables, and almost anything else you can think of.
The Internet of what?
IoT - Internet of Things
Coined in 1999, this refers to the active exchanged of information between devices previously unconnected.
IoE - Internet of Everything
Another term for IoT coined by and still used by Cisco, implies that IoT is not only made up of things, but also of data, process and people.
IIoT - Industrial Internet of Things
An umbrella term for M2M technology when it is focuses exclusively on Industrial machines.
M2M - Machine to Machine
A communications style emphasizing data transfer between large (sometimes industrial) machines that makes use of near-instantaneous data transfer to facilitate higher efficiency and pre-empt problems.
V2V - Vehicle to Vehicle
It is simply put, communication between two vehicles. It is used commonly to describe Fleet Management, a style of business that maximizes efficiency and minimizes waste by continuously transmitting locational and statistical data between large fleets of vehicles and a central hub.
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