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Internet of
Things (IoT)
A I S H W A R Y A
A N U B H A V R O Y C H O U D H R Y
D E V A N A N D
K A R T H I K S
M A Y U R E...
INTRODUCTION
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of
physical objects—devices, vehicles, buildings
and other items...
INTRODUCTION
Practical applications of IoT technology can
be found in many industries today,
including precision agricult...
Features of IOT
Central controller management
Powerful triggers
Work faster and smarter
TECHNOLOGIES
RFID
WiFi
Barcode
ZigBee
Sensors and smartphones
RFID
 Widely used
in Transport
and
Logistics
 Easy to
deploy: RFID
tags and
RFID readers
WiFi
Very common
Widely used both in indoor
and outdoor environments
General purpose
Low cost
Highly interoperable
M...
BARCODE
Low cost
No technological difficulties
Several devices can read a
barcode
Starting point for more
complex syst...
ZigBee
Low cost
Very long battery life
Easy to deploy
Large number of nodes (up to
64770)
Can be used globally
Secur...
smartphon
es  In the near future almost
everybody will probably have
a smartphone
 A smartphone isn't just a
mobile phon...
Segmenting IoT
Category A
TCC&R Apps
Diverse “smart” and interconnected gadgets
with unique IDs.
The integrated solutio...
Segmenting IoT
Category B
Focused on data sensors for marketing
purposes.
The data mining is used to identify trends
and...
The first Internet
appliance
Coke machine at Carnegie Mellon University in
the early 1980s.
Smart Home
Connected Cars
Smart Cities
Bio-Chips
Application
Building & home automation
From enhancing security to reducing energy and
maintenance costs, it offers a wide range of
in...
Smart cities
Reduce cost and resource consumption with IoT
products for lighting, surveillance,
centralized & integrated ...
Health care
Shaping technology to improve the quality and
accessibility of digital products that are
revolutionizing the ...
Wearables
With the broadest portfolio in the industry,
TI provides highly efficient ultra-low power
solutions for the wea...
Smart manufacturing
The benefits of IoT products include tools,
software and hardware that ease and accelerate
design tim...
Issues and Challenges of
IOT
Difficulty building customer demand in the
absence of a single “killer application”
Lack of...
Contd..
SETTLING ON DEVICE CAPABILITIES
SUPPLY CHAIN CONCERNS
SECURITY
BRIDGING THE GAPS THAT DIVIDE US
SAFETY
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Internet of things (IOT) | Future Trends

  1. 1. Internet of Things (IoT) A I S H W A R Y A A N U B H A V R O Y C H O U D H R Y D E V A N A N D K A R T H I K S M A Y U R E S H S U R I Y A
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects—devices, vehicles, buildings and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors and network connectivity that enables these objects to collect and exchange data. Allows objects to be sensed and controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure The data can be transferred over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION Practical applications of IoT technology can be found in many industries today, including precision agriculture, building management, healthcare, energy and transportation. Experts estimate that the IoT will consist of almost 50 billion objects by 2020
  4. 4. Features of IOT Central controller management Powerful triggers Work faster and smarter
  5. 5. TECHNOLOGIES RFID WiFi Barcode ZigBee Sensors and smartphones
  6. 6. RFID  Widely used in Transport and Logistics  Easy to deploy: RFID tags and RFID readers
  7. 7. WiFi Very common Widely used both in indoor and outdoor environments General purpose Low cost Highly interoperable Maybe not a good solution in some special conditions
  8. 8. BARCODE Low cost No technological difficulties Several devices can read a barcode Starting point for more complex systems Example: price comparison
  9. 9. ZigBee Low cost Very long battery life Easy to deploy Large number of nodes (up to 64770) Can be used globally Secure Ideal for WPAN and mesh networks Support for multiple network topologies
  10. 10. smartphon es  In the near future almost everybody will probably have a smartphone  A smartphone isn't just a mobile phone that has access to the Internet  The iPhone has a lot of different types of sensors
  11. 11. Segmenting IoT Category A TCC&R Apps Diverse “smart” and interconnected gadgets with unique IDs. The integrated solutions Increase M2M automation, machine-to- infrastructure (M2I), and machine-to-nature (M2N) communications. Caters to controlling, routing, maintaining, metering, provisioning, diagnosing, etc.
  12. 12. Segmenting IoT Category B Focused on data sensors for marketing purposes. The data mining is used to identify trends and behaviors. Retailers, banks and credit card companies that persistently study human behavior to influence sales. Healthcare/wellness, entertainment, insurance, electronics/home automation,
  13. 13. The first Internet appliance Coke machine at Carnegie Mellon University in the early 1980s.
  14. 14. Smart Home
  15. 15. Connected Cars
  16. 16. Smart Cities
  17. 17. Bio-Chips
  18. 18. Application
  19. 19. Building & home automation From enhancing security to reducing energy and maintenance costs, it offers a wide range of innovative IoT technologies for monitor and control of intelligent buildings and smart homes. Access control Light & temperature control Energy optimization Predictive maintenance Connected appliances
  20. 20. Smart cities Reduce cost and resource consumption with IoT products for lighting, surveillance, centralized & integrated system control and more. Residential E-meters Smart street lights Pipeline leak detection Traffic control Surveillance cameras Centralized and integrated system control
  21. 21. Health care Shaping technology to improve the quality and accessibility of digital products that are revolutionizing the health and fitness industries. Remote monitoring Ambulance telemetry Drug tracking Hospital asset tracking Access control Predictive maintenance
  22. 22. Wearables With the broadest portfolio in the industry, TI provides highly efficient ultra-low power solutions for the wearable's market. Entertainment Fitness Smart watch Location and tracking
  23. 23. Smart manufacturing The benefits of IoT products include tools, software and hardware that ease and accelerate design time for your next smart manufacturing application. Flow optimization Real time inventory Asset tracking Employee safety Predictive maintenance Firmware updates
  24. 24. Issues and Challenges of IOT Difficulty building customer demand in the absence of a single “killer application” Lack of consistent standards the proliferation of niche products, resulting in a fragmented market and an unprofitable environment for creating application-specific chips The need to extract more value from each application by providing comprehensive solutions, rather than focusing solely on silicon
  25. 25. Contd.. SETTLING ON DEVICE CAPABILITIES SUPPLY CHAIN CONCERNS SECURITY BRIDGING THE GAPS THAT DIVIDE US SAFETY

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