Referring to some of the most pivotal technologies as mere buzzwords is a disservice to innovation. The Internet of Things (IoT) is one such domain of technologies most people tend to refer to, without fully understanding its nuances or its technical aspects.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a technological framework that is being adopted in myriad industries at a fierce rate. There has been continuous innovation in this field of technology as it converges with various technology stacks associated with Big Data and Artificial Intelligence. Simultaneously, the number of connected IoT devices is also increasing rapidly, posing the need to improve one of the most important aspects of IoT - scalability.
Smart homes, wearables, automated cars are some of the popular concepts that introduced the world with the IoT technology and its potential applications. The continued growth of this technology and its use case realization has created a global IoT market of $389 billion, which is forecasted to reach $1 trillion in 2030 (according to Statista).
Technological advancements and innovations are helping organizations to cope up with the disruption caused by the outbreak of the global pandemic. The IoT industry is no exception.
What is IoT? The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to a network of digital devices over the internet that use embedded sensors to transmit user data between them and the cloud. More popularly known for their application in "smart homes", the purpose of these interconnected systems is to make life easier with devices that communicate independently and respond to human stimuli.
Modern technology adoption is at its peak nowadays. Businesses are investing in Artificial Intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), Public Cloud services like never before. These technologies are a great help to overcome the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, smoothen the existing processes, and build a roadmap to digital transformation.
There has been an incredible progression and development in the domain of QA testing with the recent patterns getting introduced in the industry. The introduction of these creative advancements led to new updates in the software testing, development, design and delivery scenario.
The year that it was! While 2020 may have taught us many things – our relationship with technology – was altered forever and how.
Call it the new normal or wishful sundry names, digital dependency and increased screen time led to newer innovation and technological advancements.
The year 2020 pushed the world to a technological revolution. The digital ecosystem proved to be a gamechanger. The pandemic changed our lives, work culture, and gave birth to new trends and innovations.