“Everything that will be automated will be automated. – Robert Cannon”
What is IoT ? IoT is a concept which enables dumb devices such as car ignition systems, thermostats, etc. to communicate with other systems outside of those devices. These systems share information and gather information that the devices produce, which is then analyzed to take action. Suppose, motorbike shares and gathers data by using devices that are integrated into the core system of bike including fuel management, ignition and transmission. These devices store and produce data which helps to determine how well the bike is performing, examine forthcoming problems and take preventative actions.
This information is really helpful and can perform few actions. It can send direct message to the core systems of motorbike to proactively fix problems by using predirected processes. It’s handy to have this type of system in motorbike, instead of the day, you reacted to things when they failed.
Coming to the next term ‘Data intergration‘. The data integration issue is same like the integration issue that was tackled with in the old days. IoT devices share data in various formats by using different interfaces. The various instances such as planning for integration, shows how well the devices are in and how well they perform with data integration approach. Nowadays, device vendors deliver APIs (Application Programming Interfaces), those APIs are capable to be proprietary. Thus, there are various interfaces to communicate with IoT devices.
Thus, it’s advisable to assemble data integration strategy. Also, be sure to include IoT devices and how the use of IoT can enhance your efficiency. Because, it’s best time to get started with the IoT!