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Internet of Things
The Internet of Things Simply Defined
Internet of Things Application Guide
The world around us is changing rapidly. Technology is becoming increasingly intertwined with our day-to-day routine. With advancements in technology, not only have we become smarter, but so have the devices we rely on. Smarter devices enable a new type of infrastructure, an intelligent network built on the Internet of Things.

Simply defined, the Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of uniquely identifiable endpoints (or “things”) that contain embedded technology to sense, collect and at on data locally or with external environments, without human interaction.

IoT Application Guide

When looking at the landscape of technological innovation over the past 50 years, it’s simple to see how quickly people have adapted to, and begun to rely on, the tools we’ve been given. Now we’re entering a new age, an age where machines and humans work in tandem – an age where we have unprecedented access to automation and where devices can process information and make decisions on their own.

Discover more about IoT and download this full document here.