The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept not so simple to exactly define. However, it’s a technological concept and a market development based on the interaction of everyday devices and people among themselves and applications.
This concept will enable people to cloud-enable their connected things – real or virtual – and manage them anytime and anywhere they want.
It can be applied to many fields, like waste management, urban planning, environmental sensing, social interaction gadgets, sustainable urban environment, continuous care, emergency response, intelligent shopping, smart product management, smart meters, home automation and smart events.
Basically, the IoT is a trend for the next few years, and it’s going to change the way people will consume technology,
But how does this work in practice?