Join Zahraa Khalil for an in-depth discussion in this video IoT overview, part of IoT Foundations: Standards and Ecosystems.
- [Instructor] The term Internet of Things, or IoT,…was first coined in 1999 during a presentation…done by British technology pioneer Kevin Ashton…on supply chain management at MIT.…Early forms of communication with an IoT…often involved machine of the same type,…which is called machine to machine or M2M communication.…For example, devices used in supply chain management systems…to track inventory where all communication was done locally…within the same system.…
Today, the Internet of Things has expand…beyond machine to machine and enclosed systems…between machines of the same type.…Now devices and sensors of all type can communicate…with each other from anywhere in the world.…These can include larger scale industry applications,…like SCADA systems, commercial products like smartphones,…or local networks of sensors to collect and transfer data…like traffic monitoring systems,…just to name a few examples.…Many domains have been defined…to represent the concept of IoT environments.…
These domains cover specific areas within the IoT ecosystem…
- IoT architecture models and components
- IoT ecosystem
- IoT technology, markets, and standards
- IoT technology
- Security, privacy, and legal issues
- IoT device management
- IoT protocols for device management
- IoT device management challenges and applications
- Smart cities
Skill Level Intermediate
1. IoT Overview
2. The IoT Ecosystem
3. IoT Challenges
4. IoT Standards
5. IoT Device Management
6. IoT in Action: Smart Cities
Smart cities1m 11s
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