The Internet of Things (IoT), refers to a set of devices and systems that interconnect real-world sensors and actuators to the Internet. It’s becoming an essential component of the global economy and opening up a world of new products and services. A research study says that by 2017, 90 million people will live in smart homes, by 2020, there will be 50 billion connected devices and by 2025 IoT will create USD 19 trillion economic value. With connected and intelligent devices rising profoundly, the number of new services that could be offered are boundless.
IoT includes many different systems, including
There are some specific requirements for IoT that are unique to IoT devices and the environments that support them. Many requirements emerge from the limited form factors and power available to IoT devices. Other requirements come from the way in which IoT devices are manufactured and used. However there are number of best practises common to every IoT architecture.
We can summarise the overall requirements in following categories:
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