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Internet of Things (IoT) may take a years to develop completely

Internet of Things (IoT) is growing exponentially day by day and because of its highest growth and evolution in the industry, it’s the way ahead of anything. Today the things, which were not possible before 15 years can be done easily at a flow. So, the advancements in mobile broadband networks, use of GPS, image recognition, RFID devices and more and out of the few ones have moved out far beyond to imagine in this era.


Need and capability are the combinations driven by the rapid growth of IoT. Since past 10 decades, the human population tripled and people are living the higher standard lives with longer lives. Due to overpopulation, the human race is scaling up, which is not a bad thing and due to the inventions, of course, better ways are found to supply the needs to the people. Supplying information to those needs is the greatest challenge and due to that, internet of things came in the boom. It is nothing, but all about the computer networks that gather information by connecting the devices.

Generally, Information Technology follows supply chain changes. In traditional times, keyboards were used to enter the data in the electronic information system. There are some data which you need to feed the mouths for the other human needs in a real changing world. It’s no surprise that technology is advancing, and rapidly developing the system to gather the data about supply and trade without human intervention. Because of this, one can imagine that IoT would take a century to roll out completely.

Many new scientists, engineers, doctors are hopefully rising up to gain the power at their workstations to get the benefits of an internet of things. The idea to gather the data using their own network sensors is intuitive. Because of these, one can get the smart homes, smart cars and thousands of innovative imaginary applications.

Many breaks in IoT are because of the startups. As startups, companies do quite well, miss the new ideas and collapse. So, there are high possibilities that IoT will take a century to roll out completely.

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Hiren is an IT business consultant and blogger. His expertise includes diverse technology platforms, like Microsoft, Java, PHP, SharePoint, Open Source, Big Data, BI, and Mobile.