The IoT (Internet of Things) Impact on Global Development
Keywords:internet, interconnection, network, objects
Internet of Things (IoT) IOT is a kind of “universal global neural network” in the cloud which connects various devices. The Internet of Things - IoT is the sum of all the connected devices and systems which are comprised of machine-to-machine interacting and communicating, environments, objects and infrastructures and the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and sensor network technologies will rise to improve our day-to-day life.
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