The Rise and Role of IoT in India
The Internet of Things (IoT) has ushered in the fourth industrial revolution, often known as Industry 4.0, in India. Aside from the government’s new “Digital India” agenda, IoT plays a key role in an expanding IoT business and technology setting. In this article we examine the 4 top IoT trends in India 2021.
IoT, Industrial IoT, and Edge Computing are exploding in popularity and have been ingrained in our daily lives through applications like intelligent transportation tracking, industrial wireless automation, public safety, personal health monitoring, and health care for the community. The potential appears to be limitless. We are already living in a future that seems like it would take a lifetime to arrive.
India’s IoT Adoption – Key Application Areas
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of interconnected gadgets that is rapidly expanding. The Internet of Things (IoT) is made up of digital machines, items, tags, and electronic devices, all of which have their own unique identifiers (UIDs). These smart gadgets are linked together and are used to collect and transmit data for real-time monitoring and other purposes.
India region has already started living up to latest trends. Below are the 4 Top IoT Trends in India:
- Smart Factories: IoT can increase productivity by enabling automation and real-time data analytics, as well as ensuring smooth operations with high-quality output by streamlining workflows and detecting faults that would otherwise go undetected by the human eye. It can also aid in the reduction of production time, the tracking of assets in the factory, and the consolidation of control rooms.
- Data-Driven Healthcare: Healthcare practitioners can use IoT to get real-time data to remotely monitor patients and reduce illness risk. As a result, the healthcare professionals will be able to devote more time to research, learning, and patient satisfaction.
- Smart Retail: With the usage of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification Tags) and IoT devices, the retail experience is becoming smarter and better. Store managers may use IoT devices to learn how customers spend their time in stores, follow their movements, and analyse and manage inventory effectively.
- Telecommunications: With the implementation of 5G, the number of linked devices and IoT applications will grow in the next years. As a result, we must redefine our lives in the hyper-connected zone.
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