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Basically Internet was called network of the networks, now these small networks have been connected with devices which are working in homes, offices, schools, hospitals and everywhere. We use these devices to perform surveillance, like motion detection, tracking people.
A extended theory of Internet of Things (IoT) proposes making the association between all living and non-living things so that a normal individual don't need to sign into the PC to exchange information and to get associated. The Internet of Things (IoT) has been a major popular expression in the tech industry in past couple of years and it appears the idea has slowly begun to clear to the world.
With the demand of Internet of Things (IoT) items expanding at an exponential rate, developing nations like Pakistan have a chance to exploit this pattern. While our innovation industry has seen a huge decay throughout the years, late IoT-based innovative work is easing back beginning to pick up footing and is promising to get speculations from home and abroad.
Digital space has witnessed major transformations in the last couple of years and as per industry experts would continue to evolve itself. The latest entrant to the digital space is the Internet of Things (IoT). IoT can also be defined as interplay for software, telecom and electronic hardware industry and promises to offer tremendous opportunities for many industries. With the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT), fed by sensors soon to number in the trillions, working with intelligent systems in the billions, and involving millions of applications, the Internet of Things will drive new consumer and business behavior that will demand increasingly intelligent industry solutions, which, in turn, will drive trillions of dollars in opportunity for IT industry and even more for the companies that take advantage of the IoT. The number of Internet-connected devices (12.5 billion) surpassed the number of human beings (7 billion) on the planet in 2011, and by 2020, Internet-connected devices are expected to number between 26 billion and 50 billion globally.