IoT in different industries...

IOT in FOOD INDUSTRY

The Internet of Things is no more restricted to turning your light bulbs off when you leave the home or giving you statistics on your milk consumption for the month. While home appliances are an exciting ground for fancy gadgets, the real potential of billions of interconnected sensors lies out there in the industry. Hidden away in our factories and warehouses, traveling in the corners of our shipping containers and logging away every bit of data they can lay their silicon ‘fingers’ on, these little circuits are here to change the world at an unprecedented scale.........

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IOT in Smart Metering

India has been a fully electrified country since 2018 when the last of her villages was connected to the grid. Yet, 1 in 5 households receive less than 8hrs of electricity and half of them never get more than 12hrs. While there are many policy decisions and government bailouts trying to fix the ‘Aggregate Technical And Commercial Losses’ (AT&C) which are the main cause of such dysfunction, here we explore the possibility of using an IoT system with analytics to alleviate these issues in the long term..........

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IOT in HEALTHCARE

Health issues in this age are no longer confined to the aged and the weak.In the competitive modern work environment, very few have the time for regular visits to the doctor. It is clear that the younger population faces time constraints and the older ones have mobility constraints. This is the perfect opportunity for recent progress in sensing, embedded systems, wireless communication technology and related fields to come together for Remote Health Monitoring.......

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IOT in AUTOMOTIVE

The automotive industry is one of the biggest manufacturing industries in the world. Its huge market and wide range of employment is a fertile ground for modern IoT applications. While lack of newer ‘out-of-the-box’ development in car features has somewhat stagnated the units sold per year since 2016, buyers are now looking for a futuristic vehicle that they can not only control seamlessly but also interact with. A far cry from the flying cars of the 20th century futu .......

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