An INCEPTION TO SENSOR AND IoT TECHNOLOGY
Keywords:IoT, Sensors, Perception Layer, Network Layer, Middle Layer, Application Layer
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the recent research topic. The term “Internet of Things" (IoT) is a term that was conceived in 1999 by Kevin Ashton. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of physical objects or "things" that are embedded with devices, software, sensors, and networking in order to provide more value. By sharing data with the manufacturer, and by providing service operator or other devices that are linked, every single element is different. It is distinguishable due to its embedded computing system, but able to work together in the current internet. The IoT is being implemented in every hook and corner of industry and personal life of people. Governments are taking note and examining IoT from different perspectives. One aspect is how IoT system can help with performance, analytics and other tasks. Intelligence and decision making are the most important aspects. It combines various sensors and objects to interact directly with one another without human interference. This research paper focuses on the state of the art of IoT architecture. It has four significant layers, the Perception Layer, Network Layer, Middle Layer and Application Layer. The sensors can provide information on emerging health-care issues. Sensors have recently been considered as one of the most rapidly developing fields in physics, electronics, and biotechnology, and it is the one that has benefited the most from advances in individual microelectronics, optical, and computer sciences technologies.
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