Internet Of Things(IOT)

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Internet Of Things(IOT) Houston

 

 

How Machine to Machine Communication and the Internet of Things Are Changing the World.

“The Internet of Things (IoT) houston and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications are changing the thinking of the world and increasing the inter-connectivity between objects and devices. It is expected that by 2020 inter-connectivity among devices will be 31 billion and by 2022 there will be an increase in the use of connected devices in the family to 50 devices. The trends which is increasing the inter-connectivity to simplify the complex monitoring and managing communication devices is the optimize use of cloud computing and big data. These technological trends support the back-end processing and analytics required to cope with the global communication methodologies.

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“First, how can organizations using these connected devices ensure that they are not infiltrated by hackers? And secondly, how will the IoT impact the development of security technologies and what benefits will they be able to provide users over the current generation of surveillance, access control, intrusion detection devices, etc.

 

 

“Google’s Android system is in the early stages of becoming an operating system for many more things than just smart phones and tablet computers, an executive at the online search giant said on Wednesday.

 

During a talk at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference, CFO Patrick Pichette was asked about the Internet of Things, a trend that may see many everyday objects and devices, such as fridges, communicate wirelessly with each other and with users.’There’s a great frontier to be taken there,’ Pichette said.

The next big mobile experience is the car, which is why Google recently launched an Android alliance with several car manufacturers including GM, Honda and Audi, the CFO added.Many more elements of the home will be connected in the future, which will enable remote management and smarter answers, Pichette said.’We could auto-replenish as you take things out of the fridge. Why not?,’ he said. ‘You see dribs and drabs of this already from products:'”