The close integration of AI, smart devices, and big data will significantly contribute to reducing security threats.
FREMONT, CA: The Internet of Things (IoT) has primarily transformed the model of interaction between intelligent solutions, real-life things such as home appliances, and technological gadgets, supporting us in improving our daily lives with more than 30 billion linked devices. Due to faster WiFi, incredible 5G, and advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence, digital transformation is accelerating quickly and with greater connectivity. The IoT appears to be firmly entrenched in our industries and daily lives. As technology progresses, more and more businesses will perceive IoT as a valuable tool, resulting in widespread adoption.
Artificial Intelligence meets IoT
Apart from security, the focus is shifting to a holistic improvement of manufacturing processes. Simply put, combining modern technologies into an "Artificial IoT" decreases deviations from the ideal in the production process, resulting in higher performance, reduced costs, and less waste. With the use of ML approaches, production processes may be continually and automatically optimized using AI. Furthermore, AI-driven analytical solutions can combine large amounts of high-quality data and information, evaluate it in real-time, and generate actionable insights. Furthermore, the close integration of AI, smart devices, and big data will significantly contribute to reducing security threats. Only a few companies have implemented the AI-IoT so far. This year, however, things will be different.
IoT Apps on the Rise
Apps and use cases for IoT technologies are rapidly evolving. At the moment, its apps are focused on smart homes, smart grids, wearables, smart cities, and industrial settings, among other things. With the rise and growth of this technology in the near future, the IoT will reach more commercial and industry settings, bringing the world closer to digitalization. Companies will be better able to integrate IoT technologies into their prospective investment decisions if they know the IoT use cases.
2021 is molding to be another year of upheaval and uncertainty worldwide, and IoT technology will surely provide practical solutions to the complexities and issues that those working in precarious situations will confront.