The Complex Systems of Internet of Things Devices Explained
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The Internet of Things has hundreds of applications, ranging from next-gen consumer electronics to high-calibre industrial devices.
SIoTD are networks of connected IoT devices that work together for an integrated purpose. An IoT networking system's key feature is its architecture, which includes layers of devices, components and network processes.
Sensors in IoT devices inform the device about some condition, such as temperature, and forward that information to a controller.
The controller tests the information from the sensor against a collection of possible responses, identifies the appropriate response and then tells the device's actuators to do something, such as send an electrical signal to turn off an appliance. The device is connected to the network, most often the internet, and communicates and collects data from other devices.
There could be hundreds of sensor-controller-actuator processes in a large system of IoT devices.
There are three main IoT network architectures:
Applications range from consumer electronics to expansive supply-chain programs. One great use case for SIoTDs is supply-chain monitoring and management. For example, smart warehouses.
Warehouse managers can use IoT devices to monitor their inventory levels, which can inform them which inventory items are low or expiring soon.
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