IoT perception is not only to connect devices network, established through sensor nets, in fact industries such as Intel, HP or dell etc. want to implement idea of making people and cities smart with the help of Microsoft and Linux ensuring general availability of IoT Hub of innovative devices and development tools. Gartner expects that by 2020, around 1.1 billion devices will be available to connect people through smart homes and offices.
Smart homes, offices and buildings idea is expected to trace 81 percent by 2020 as now in present it is 45 percent, with the growing investments and service opportunities, IoT will make sharing of real-time information faster by implementing of smart-home solutions. The number of inter-connected home appliances in smart homes will grow amazingly after 2017.
Similarly, Light will not limited as an illumination carrier, this will be used as communication carrier. Smart Li-Fi will achieve its highest peak by 2020. Technology and services providers are planning for making smarter Li-Fi and pro-logic systems, researches and studies is about to deploy M2M communications with the new and alternative methodologies for carrier-supported low-power M2M deployments.
Fundamentally, the internet of things is basically a vision to drive ubiquitous computing with the help of ideas such as ClouT with sensors or devices, i.e. making everything computerized – a vehicle, a cow, a barcode can become networked to talk. For this, IPv6 has created the robust addressing scheme that adequate to accommodate the billions of devices that are to be linked with the IoT architecture. Some examples of making the idea of connecting people through IoT into reality are giving cities a lift by gathering and analyzing data with WSNs and systems, drive towards mechanization by automating devices and robots and transformation of oil and gas industries to help them predicting problems before it happen.Giving cities a lift with IoT IoT transforms the oil and gas industry. Actually vendors mentioned above had been working for years to build comprehensive and sophisticated infrastructures and fastest networking tools to expand more and more ubiquitous connectivity around the world. The latest efforts are NFV, SDN and Dockers which created a most profound impact of their efforts over connecting more people in more ways and improving lives globally. The vision of connecting the world of people ubiquitously across smart cities, smart buildings, smart homes, smart cars and eventually through sensors on or in their bodies, the IoT provides the foundation of the “connected person”.