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Internet of Things and Technology Improvement


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1 Assistant Professor, Dr. Umayal Ramanathan College for Women, Karaikudi, India
 

The Internet of Things (IoT) could be a modern model that has turned the usual way of breathing into a high- tech type of breathing. Thanks to IoT, those alterations are smart cities, smart houses, effluence power, energy saving, smart transport and smart factories. Loads of critical experiments and investigations are washed out in order to improve the IoT technology. Nevertheless, there are still plenty of obstacles and questions that need to be tackled to grasp the wide-ranging latent IoT. These studies and questions must be examined from different facets of IoT, such as demands, concerns, licensing information, social and conservation effects, etc. The key purpose of this assessment is to include an in- depth discussion from a collected scientific and social point of view. The paper explores modified trials and core IoT, construction and important request domains issues. This paper also brings the prevalent literature to light and illustrates their contribution to many facets of IoT. In addition, the relevance of large data and its interpretation in relation to IoT has been presented. This text will enable students and scholars to understand the IoT and its applicability to the world of interest.

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Internet, Technologies, Applications, Smart Cities, Industrial Sectors, Health Sector, Security.
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P. Nivetha
Assistant Professor, Dr. Umayal Ramanathan College for Women, Karaikudi, India

Abstract


The Internet of Things (IoT) could be a modern model that has turned the usual way of breathing into a high- tech type of breathing. Thanks to IoT, those alterations are smart cities, smart houses, effluence power, energy saving, smart transport and smart factories. Loads of critical experiments and investigations are washed out in order to improve the IoT technology. Nevertheless, there are still plenty of obstacles and questions that need to be tackled to grasp the wide-ranging latent IoT. These studies and questions must be examined from different facets of IoT, such as demands, concerns, licensing information, social and conservation effects, etc. The key purpose of this assessment is to include an in- depth discussion from a collected scientific and social point of view. The paper explores modified trials and core IoT, construction and important request domains issues. This paper also brings the prevalent literature to light and illustrates their contribution to many facets of IoT. In addition, the relevance of large data and its interpretation in relation to IoT has been presented. This text will enable students and scholars to understand the IoT and its applicability to the world of interest.

Keywords


Internet, Technologies, Applications, Smart Cities, Industrial Sectors, Health Sector, Security.

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