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and IOT

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of connected… well, ‘things’. These ‘things’ (devices) communicate with each other using machine to machine communication (M2M). Information is traversed between devices so that processes can be automated, without the need for human intervention. By reducing the number of people involved in a business process, several advantages arise, including improved accuracy and up-time.


Anything that has a sensor attached to it and can transmit data from one object to another or to people with the help of internet is known as data. IoT devices include wireless sensors, software, actuators, and computer devices. They are attached to a particular object that operates through the internet, enabling the transfer of data among objects or people automatically without human intervention. These IoT devices manage key tasks and functions such as system activation, security, action specifications, communication, and detection of support-specific goals and actions.

Softwares & Apps

The software and the programming languages on which IoT works uses very common programming languages that programmers use and already know. Firstly, because embedded systems have less storage and processing power, their language needs are different. The most commonly used operating systems for such embedded systems are Linux or UNIX-like OSs like Ubuntu Core or Android. IoT software encompasses a wide range of software and programming languages from general-purpose languages like C++ and Java to embedded-specific choices like Google’s Go language or Parasail.

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Communication Protocols

Several Communication Protocols and Technology used in the internet of Things. Some of the major IoT technology and protocol are Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Radio Protocols, LTE-A, and Wi-Fi-Direct. These IoT communication protocols cater to and meet the specific functional requirement of an IoT system.

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