Simply put, we all know this term as “objects talking to each other” or “everything is connected”. Basically, the Internet of Things is made up of devices that are connected to each other through sensors, software, and other technologies that allow these devices to exchange data over the Internet.
Several traditional areas contribute to the Internet of Things, such as embedded systems, wireless sensor networks, control systems, and automation.
Today, we don’t even realize that the IoT is everywhere – it’s in our homes with security systems or via smart speakers and TVs. But these are just a few examples, because the possibilities of this technology are truly far-reaching, and when you think of smart things, you should also think of IoT.