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The Internet of Things

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The Internet of Things (loT) is a scenario in which objects, animals or people are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction. loT has evolved from the convergence of wireless technologies, micro-electromechanical systems and the internet. Let's study introduction, working, requirements, applications, architecture, gateway, operating systems and IOT solutions available.

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The Internet of Things

  1. 1. The Internet of Things Rajeev Karothia Scientech Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Our IoT Learning Platform Scientech 2138A
  2. 2. People Connecting to Things
  3. 3. Things Connecting to Things
  4. 4. How does IoT work?
  5. 5. 1.) Sensors & Sensor technology – They will sniff a wide variety of information ranging from Location, Weather/Environment conditions, Grid parameters, Movement on assembly lines, Jet engine maintenance data to Health essentials of a patient 2.) IoT Gateways – IoT Gateways, as the name rightly suggests, are the gateways to internet for all the things/devices that we want to interact with. Gateways help to bridge the internal network of sensor nodes with the external Internet or World Wide Web. They do this by collecting the data from sensor nodes & transmitting it to the internet infrastructure. 3.) Cloud/server infrastructure & Big Data – The data transmitted through gateway is stored & processed securely within the cloud infrastructure using Big Data analytics engine. This processed data is then used to perform intelligent actions that make all our devices ‘Smart Devices’! 4.) End-user Mobile apps – The intuitive mobile apps will help end users to control & monitor their devices (ranging from room thermostat to jet engines & assembly lines) from remote locations. These apps push the important information on your hand-held devices & help to send commands to your Smart Devices!
  6. 6. IoT Applications and Sensors
  7. 7. Smart Environment
  8. 8. Smart Environment  Forest Fire Detection  Air Pollution  Snow Level Monitoring  Landslide and Avalanche Prevention  Earthquake Early Detection
  9. 9. Smart Environment - Forest Fire Detection
  10. 10. Smart Environment - Forest Fire Detection COCO2 TemperatureHumidity Solution
  11. 11. Smart Environment - Air Pollution
  12. 12. Smart Environment - Air Pollution NO2CO CO2Methane (CH4) Solution
  13. 13. Smart Environment - Landslide and Avalanche Prevention
  14. 14. Smart Environment - Landslide and Avalanche Prevention Crack detection Crack propagation AccelerometerLinear displacement Soil moisture Solution
  15. 15. Smart Environment - Earthquake Early Detection
  16. 16. Smart Environment - Earthquake Early Detection Accelerometer Solution
  17. 17. Smart Water
  18. 18. Smart Water  Water Quality  Water Leakages  River Floods
  19. 19. Smart Water - Water Quality
  20. 20. Smart Water - Water Quality pH Dissolved oxygen Turbidity Solution
  21. 21. Smart Water - Water Leakages
  22. 22. Smart Water - Water Leakages Liquid flow sensor Solution
  23. 23. Smart Metering
  24. 24. Smart Metering  Smart Grid  Tank Level  Water Flow  Silos Stock Calculation
  25. 25. Smart Metering - Smart Grid
  26. 26. Current sensor Solution Smart Metering - Smart Grid
  27. 27. Smart Metering - Tank Level
  28. 28. Smart Metering - Tank Level Level sensor (switch) Ultrasound sensor Solution
  29. 29. Security & Emergencies
  30. 30. Security & Emergencies  Perimeter Access Control  Liquid Presence  Radiation Levels  Explosive and Hazardous Gases
  31. 31. Security & Emergencies - Perimeter Access Control
  32. 32. Security & Emergencies - Perimeter Access Control PIR (infrared) Hall Effect (windows, doors) Solution
  33. 33. Security & Emergencies - Explosive and Hazardous Gases
  34. 34. Security & Emergencies - Explosive and Hazardous Gases O2 H2 Methane (CH4) Isobutane Ethanol Solution
  35. 35. An IOT platform has basically three building blocks 1. Things 2. Gateway 3. Network and Cloud
  36. 36. The heart of a cloud platform could use open source boards like the Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone Black, Intel Galileo etc. These are usual Linux boards that run different flavours of Linux like Raspbian on the Raspberry Pi, Angstrom on the Beaglebone etc. These boards interface with devices on the one hand and the cloud platform on the other. Beaglebone Back Raspberry Pi Intel Galileo IoT Gateway
  37. 37. • Let’s take a look at the device interfaces. So for example, devices could interface with the Raspberry Pi over RS-485, and Xbee. An RS-485 network allows a multi- dropped serial wired network allowing a host of devices to connect. The Xbee creates a wireless mesh network allowing large number of wireless devices to connect. These are open source interfaces and allows creation of a large sensor network. We could also use the GPIO on the Raspberry Pi for physical inputs. Xbee Mesh network Raspberry Pi RS-485 to Serial Sensor Interfaces
  38. 38. • The next interface we look at is the cloud interface. This is achieved using a simple WiFi dongle or a GPRS shield. The WiFi dongle interfaces over USB and the GPRS shield uses the serial interface. Also available is the Ethernet port which could be used for interface. GPRS shield Wi-Fi dongle Raspberry Pi Network Interfaces
  39. 39. • Cloud computing is typically defined as a type of computing that relies on sharing computing resources rather than having local servers or personal devices to handle applications. • In cloud computing, the word cloud (also phrased as "the cloud") is used as a metaphor for "the Internet," so the phrase cloud computing means "a type of Internet-based computing," where different services — such as servers, storage and applications —are delivered to an organization's computers and devices through the Internet. Introduction to the Cloud
  40. 40. Introduction to the Cloud Source: Wikipedia
  41. 41. Source: iotechnology.com Cloud Architecture
  42. 42. Cloud Architecture
  43. 43. Cloud Architecture
  44. 44. Installed at Dayalbagh Educational Institute Agra in 2009
  45. 45. • Scientech 2138A + Scientech 2311W • Scientech 2138A + Scientech 2311W + Scientech 2311 • Scientech 2138A + With New Sensors
  46. 46. • Scientech 2138A + Scientech 2311W • Scientech 2138A + Scientech 2311W + Scientech 2311 • Scientech 2138A + With New Sensors
  47. 47. Test Solutions for IoT
  48. 48. Open URL on Your Mobile 182.74.206.10/iot or Download From Play Store

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