Learn about internet-of-things technologies, such as IoT, big data, and cloud computing.


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Internet of Things Explained
What is the Internet of Things (IoT)?

Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of physical objects—devices, vehicles, buildings and other items—embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity that enables these objects to collect and exchange data.

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Internet
Connects the 'Things'

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Things
Both 'Physical' or 'Virtual'


IoT Components
IoT Synergistic Technologies


Internet of Things Explained

IoT
Internet of Things (IoT)

The internet of things is made up of billions of ‘smart devices.’ These devices can be both physical and virtual, and make up our everyday world and can now be designed and built with wireless connectivity to be monitored, controlled and linked over the Internet.

Internet of Things


Big Data and Internet of Things

Big Data
Big Data and IoT

The role of big data in the IoT is vitally important. As the IoT market continues to grow, the amount of data continuously generated from ‘smart devices’ will have an exponential impact on the field of big data, because this data will need to be collected and analyzed.

Big Data


Cloud Computing and Internet of Things

Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing and IoT

The merging of cloud computing and the IoT is one of the most powerful synergies. By using cloud computing to leverage on-demand computing power and remotely operate software, data storage and application processing capabilities become virtually unlimited.

Cloud Computing


Companies
Innovative Startups and Companies

As the internet of things (Iot) landscape experiences tremendous popularity and growth over recent years, many innovative companies have formed to build out this growing ecosystem. Below is a list of several prominent internet of things technology startups and companies, in various industries ranging from smart home entry locks, to semiconductors and sensors that connect millions/billions of devices.


Nest
Smart Connected Homes


Jawbone
IoT Consumer Wearables


August
Smart Home Entry


Peel
Smartphone Universal Remote



Companies