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Not all Devices are IoT or IIoT

  • The IoT/IIoT concept is a communication-based eco-system in which control devices, CCTV cameras and – – industrial sensors communicate via the Internet with cloud-based computer systems and data sources, and – – the result of this process is displayed on a computer screen, smartphone or used for optimal activation of…
  • Examples – – of IoT/IIoT include applications such as; remote operation of home appliances, medical devices, check on – – availability of a product in a store, warnings of unusual conditions and malfunctions and more.
  • Consequently, the IoT controller – – device communicates with cloud based data sources related to the following considerations: – – • Is there a report from the electric company on unusually high loading of the power grid at the – – neighborhood?
  • Following this requirement, the – – customer can start and IoT-based search using his smartphone: – – • In which food chain is this item available, and what is the ticket price – – • Which stores are active during the hours when the purchase is required – – •…
  • IoT/IIoT systems allow such interactive process through cloud-based data resources.

Introduction
Business opportunities created by Internet of Things (IoT) and the Industrial IoT (IIoT) are among the most
debated topics, as these are designe…

Business opportunities created by Internet of Things (IoT) and the Industrial IoT (IIoT) are among the most

debated topics, as these are designed to function in a broad range of consumer and industrial applications.

Manufacturers of IoT components believe in this new trend, but many of them still not understand the essence

of the IoT concept. In reality, not every controlled device is an IoT nor IIoT.

The IoT/IIoT concept is a communication-based eco-system in which control devices, CCTV cameras and

industrial sensors communicate via the Internet with cloud-based computer systems and data sources, and

the result of this process is displayed on a computer screen, smartphone or used for optimal activation of a

process. Through an IoT/IIoT ecosystem you may boost productivity and achieve unique benefits. Examples

of IoT/IIoT include applications such as; remote operation of home appliances, medical devices, check on

availability of a product in a store, warnings of unusual conditions and malfunctions and more.

Leading market research firms already estimate that by 2020 there will be over 20 billion devices worldwide,

defined as part of IoT/IIoT systems. Although the forecasted number is growing every year, it is not clear

whether these figures correctly refer to what can be and what cannot be considered IoT or IIoT. It is strongly

recommended that decision factors such as outlined below shall be taken…

Not all Devices are IoT or IIoT