September 19, 2017
The Internet of Things (“IoT”) seems to impact every aspect of life. IoT generally refers to computing devices embedded in everyday objects that collect data. From thermostats to driver-assisted cars, innumerable devices collect, transmit, and store data today. IoT devices allow consumers to control alarm systems, door locks, kitchen appliances, thermostats, and lighting through mobile phones. Businesses use IoT across manufacturing, health care, automotive, agriculture, and energy industries. People wear all kinds of devices—watches, wristbands, shoes, clothing, etc. to monitor their health and fitness.
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