Attributing to the words of Einstein, “The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.” Factually the Internet of Things (IoT) provides a conventional motif of the immense potential enclosed within a smarter planet. The technology world loves to put a single label on the ‘newest trend’ so that it can package and promote it, whereas industries have been connecting intelligent devices for decades.
In the recent century, IoT is progressively becoming ‘most-desired’ topic of conversation both in the workplace and outside of it. Making an effective notion that not only has the potential to impact how we live but also how we work. Therefore we live in a world where some of our devices are connected to each other; creating a new rule for the future as “anything that can be connected, will be connected.”
The query arises here is why on earth would you want so many connected devices talking to each other? Say for instance you are on your way to a meeting, where your car has access to your calendar and already knows the best route to take, on the other hand if the traffic is heavy, your car might send a text to the other party notifying them that you will be delayed. What if the device you used in the workplace could tell when, where and how you must travel during vacation? Allow you to travel by bus and get notified about online discounts!
Well, In many cases, no longer the industrially manufactured product is the focus, rather the web-based service that users’ access gives a better outcome in terms of satisfaction and benefit outcome. Likewise, redBus, online (internet) bus ticketing service which enables a person to book a bus in seconds by using a mobile application installed in his/her smartphone. IoT can act magical and bolster us reduce waste and improve efficiency for things; meantime endorse us understand and improvise our work and lifestyle.