Study paper on internet of things and its utilised protocols with application
by Roopa Jayasingh; Remus Dominic D'mello; Abhishek Soren; Ankit Alex Hansdak; Bidyut Mondal
International Journal of Intelligent Enterprise (IJIE), Vol. 8, No. 4, 2021

Abstract: The people of the 21st century have now entered a new era of computing technology which is known by a very common name: the internet of things (IoT). Although it is also known by certain other names, like machine to machine, internet of everything and many more, one thing common in this technology is that it is happening in real time and has got quite a potential to shape the future of computer technology in the coming days. IoT is basically a paradigm which generally consists of interactive smart machines which communicate with other smart machines, resulting into generation of informative data which are used to produce necessary actions that controls and command things hence making our day-to-day life a lot simpler. The following thesis is an extensive reference to the utilities, applications and possibilities of the IoT.

Online publication date: Wed, 06-Oct-2021

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