This morning I wondered what is really called the Internet of Things? I found that with the rise of the mobile Internet there is now a new stage: that of a development of the Internet marked by the diffusion of the network to all everyday objects, it’s the Internet of Things. A short definition: This transformation of the Internet into a ubiquitous network known as the “Internet of Things” will have significant economic, social and political consequences. Thus, as “non-electronic” products and goods are equipped with radio frequency chips (or RFID chips) replacing the current bar codes, Internet technologies will make it possible to reach all the objects of daily life. Indeed, these chips will make it possible to obtain information relating to products via the Internet (place of manufacture, routing, checks carried out, distribution, etc.
Many services will thus be able to be created using mobile Internet and RFID chip technologies. They will focus on areas as diverse as information on manufactured products, local services, geolocation or even the control of ecological risks…[ via ] In short, a lot of web services that are placed between objects, their structure, their use and the network, internet, exchange background remove service flows. The Internet of Things, we are there and I think that we will go more and more towards this trend where the Internet will dematerialize and will be somewhat at the same status as electricity… The future will tell us) These articles may interest you Everything you need to know about the Internet of Things. Rafi Haladjian, Mother’s dad. Internet of things and privacy by design.
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