The Internet of Things is a rather fashionable concept, and many people don't seem to fully understand what it actually means.
The Internet of Things, or "IoT" for short, is about extending the power of the internet beyond computers and smartphones to a whole range of other things, processes and environments.
Internet of Things (IoT) is an information carrier such as the Internet and traditional telecommunication networks. It allows all ordinary objects that can perform independent functions to realize interconnection and interoperability. The Internet of Things is generally a wireless network, and since the number of devices around each person can reach one thousand to five thousand, the Internet of Things may contain 500 to one gigabytes of objects. On the Internet of Things, everyone can use electronic tags to connect real objects to the Internet, and they can be found on the Internet of Things. Through the Internet of Things, you can use the central computer to centrally manage and control machines, equipment, and personnel. You can also remotely control home devices and cars, as well as search for locations and prevent theft of items, similar to automated control systems, while collecting these small things. The data can finally be aggregated into big data, including redesigning roads to reduce major changes in society such as car accidents, urban renewal, disaster prediction and crime prevention, epidemic control, and so on.
The Internet of Things digitizes the real world and has a wide range of applications. The Internet of Things brings together scattered information and integrates digital information of things and things. The application areas of the Internet of Things mainly include the following aspects: transportation and logistics, industrial manufacturing, health and medical fields, and intelligent environments (home, office, and factory). , personal and social fields, etc., have a very broad market and application prospects.