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How is Internet of Things beneficial for the world?

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Innovations are getting introduced to the world of the internet every coming day. It is the latest trend to build a smart device embedded with sensors and make it do wonders. Indeed, even ten years back from today, nobody believed that savvy speakers like Amazon Alexa or Google Home would complete our work. IoT has made everything convenient, and it is changing reality consistently.

Years back, the Internet of Things didn’t have such a lasting impact as today. The first IoT device was invented out of necessity. Soon after that, IoT devices were only about developing a smart vending machine with an internet connection to turn it on or off. But, no one thought about how the Internet of Things can change the future.

The IoT has made some remarkable changes in the world of technology. We can further expect it to change the future and the economy by developing millions of more human-friendly devices. It has an invincible power to change the future by connecting all domains of life together. By 2022, more than 4 billion devices will be connected to the internet. Also, we can expect the figure to reach 15 billion by the end of 2025.

It is astonishing to note that with the help of IoT, smart cities and other intelligent projects can be developed very efficiently. Also, collaborating with IoT can enhance significant sectors like the healthcare industry and make things easier for both the service providers and the citizens. The whole world would go through a fundamental shift in all domains soon with the application of IoT. 

This is why the answer to how the Internet of Things can change the future is multidimensional. Let us go through some of the exciting ways in which IoT is going to change the world. 

  • Appliance-centric world:

As the digital technologies in the world are getting upgraded every other day and new ones being introduced nearly every day, these technologies are being designed into all types of consumer and industrial goods. Smart doorbells, connected through the internet, include motion sensors and video cameras that automatically notify the owner when someone arrives at the door. Using an application, the owner can check and communicate to the visitor, while a video of their interaction is saved for additional security.

  • Internet Ecosystem:

Although there has been a considerable shift in the Internet world, with multiple hookups of more than one device to a particular hub, there are still applications and websites that work independently. As devices become smarter and connect to a central hub, the internet will become more of an ecosystem. For all of these modern devices to work efficiently, they will become more interconnected and figure out better ways to communicate with one another.

  • Enhanced cloud hosting:

The only way to make the internet an efficient ecosystem is through the enhanced application of cloud hosting. Adding sensors to cloud hosting devices would not help if there isn’t a fundamental infrastructure to gather data and send it back to the correct format and language. The only way to accomplish this is with the effective use of cloud-based applications. The IoT can’t work without the cloud because it allows these applications to follow you wherever you go.

  • Improved healthcare:

The fundamental nature of IoT is best suited to healthcare. It collects and monitors data from various devices, making sense that more doctors and hospitals will utilize emerging technologies to track vital statistics of their patients. Some hospitals in India have already started to use smart beds to coordinate with nurses when patients leave their beds and adjust to the most comfortable position for an individual patient. These smart devices can help lessen the work of overloaded nurses.

  • Expansion of Renewable Energy:

There is an expected positive push towards renewable energy as many devices have turned into green sources to stay powered. Transportation is the primary area to experience significant changes, but connected homes could efficiently run off solar and wind power. There is also an expected proposal to be developed for Smart Grid, where power would be distributed efficiently, and then it would be likely to have blackouts and brownouts. Smart meters and thermostats will also have a very positive impact in the coming future.

  • Abundant Food Supply:

Farmers in India may not be quick to adapt to the technology, but eventually, IoT will start to filter the farms as well. As soon as farmers realize the added benefits of assessing a particular crop’s potential conditions in real-time, getting an analysis, and knowing how to proceed, more of them will start using smart devices in farming. This will lead to more abundant crops. Now, if only the world could figure out an intelligent way to get access to food to all parts of the world.

  • A part from the mentioned ways in which IoT can change the world, numerous other practices are already there, and some are still under the process of development. Therefore, in the coming future, we can expect the segment to rise and open doors for skilled professions to work and innovate continuously to perform and achieve better.

To start with this career, students can apply for a career in B. Tech. in Electronics & Communication Engineering with specialization in Internet of Things. Students can apply for the course with Sir Padampat Singhania University, Udaipur, established by JK Cement Ltd., one of the top private engineering colleges of Rajasthan.

SPSU provides quality education and required professional training and exposure to Electronics & Communication Engineering students, making them competent to step into the competitive world. The University also offers the latest certification courses, paid internships, and final placements in India and abroad to its students giving a significant kickstart to their career. It is a student-centric university that makes the best possible efforts to attain academic excellence, making it stand among the best universities of Rajasthan.