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Internet of Things (IoT) technology has grown to a massive extent and industry vertical is utilizing it to automate operations or revise workflow. The sectors like healthcare, automotive, smart cities, usage-based insurance and asset management, will see more interesting and successful transformation around the world and in India. With the rising dependency on IoT connected devices, it would be exciting to see how this technology takes shape in the upcoming year.
1. Smart homes with smart devices will gain prominence
The concept of home automation and its evolving protocols isn’t new. Also, the ‘vision’ of a smart home and age of connected IoT devices, isn’t really new either. If we look at the example of the connected fridge and all it would be able to do goes back to the early days of the Internet. However, at the end of the nineties, these kinds of connected appliances already existed, albeit in limited ways and not as they look now. Therefore, with the day-by-day evolution of IoT, smart homes will gain more prominence in the upcoming years.
The connected devices will become hugely popular in the following years as they become highly intuitive and innovative, extending to not just home automation comfort but also home security and the safety of your family. Dryers that warn you when the lint build up goes too high can prevent a fire. That is the kind of smart home functionality that will see huge adoption.
2. Cloud Computing will be taken over by Edge Computing
With the changing technology, IoT developers are also moving forward in the ideation process. Now they are not just relying on the Cloud computing but realizing the usefulness of Edge computing that entails processing and analyzing data closer to the source of where that data is collected. Instead of a device or sensor sending all of its data over the internet to the cloud or an on-premise data center, it can deliver this data to a nearby computing device, such as a gateway networking device, a computer, or microdata center for analysis.
This new architecture will enhance the speed of data analysis and reduce internet networks load while transferring massive data. This happens because the huge amount of processing power becomes decentralized from cloud service providers. However, the cloud plays a crucial role in the success of IoT but it alone can’t meet the demands like faster data analysis and edge computing will certainly take the lead.
3. IoT will surely dominate the Healthcare sector
The life-saving applications of mobile devices today are gradually coming into light. Nowadays, the mobile devices can perform ECGs, DIY blood tests, or serve as a thermometer. Through automation, patients can even be prompted to check their weight, pulse, or oxygen levels, and enter results in mobile patient portals. They can transmit the results to their physicians in real time. The IoT in the healthcare sector will definitely prove fruitful and lifesaving.
Also, called the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), the tech enables mobile and wearable devices to be increasingly connected. These devices then work together to create a cohesive medical report accessible anywhere by the providers. This data is not only useful for the patient but can be pooled together to study and predict healthcare trends for entire cultures and countries.
Summing up, the Internet of Things has huge potential and can be used in almost any sphere of our lives. If implemented properly, it can cause incredible changes that will affect industries, governmental sectors, and the lives of single users. Therefore, IoT is the future!