Name: Manish Jain
Twitter Id: @manish_zainz1
University: Vishwakarma Institute Of Technology.
Year/Semester: Fourth Year
Branch: Information Technology
Comprised of Internet(The World Wide Network) and
Things (Entities around us).
Things having identities and virtual personalities
operating together in a smart space to connect and
communicate creating new streams of revenue.
Making things talk to each other.
Examples: Asking your smartphone about the location of
your bike’s keys, fitness bracelets, hospitals monitoring
pace-makers from long distances.
Machine to Machine, The web of things, Ubiquitous
Computing etc. some trends that originate through IoT.
Proliferation of low cost, smaller, mobile devices,
wearable, smarter sensors, and chips that can
communicate over the internet.
Development of smart cities, cars, and houses. Increasing
security, reducing costs, and defining new ways of
Challenges includes security of data, Management of
Exabytes of data, Network speed etc.
Fog Computing : More of the network intelligence to
reside closer to the source, reducing the cost of carrying
the data to and from the cloud.
In the next five years IoT will be able to provide:
Automated Warehouses, allowing easy management of
Remote monitoring and control of physical assets.
Smart clothes, made of smart fabrics, which will
interact with climate control of the cars or homes.
New efficient diagnostics combined with
nanotechnology enabled lab-on-a-chip technologies
open a complete range of novel opportunities for new
treatments and prevention of serious diseases.
Intelligent Home, cleaning, climate control, food
preservation in refrigerators, housekeeping activities
Combining Nano-technology and IoT is something that grabs my
interest. Apart from that applying IoT in cars and airplanes and
applying them on infrastructure seems challenging.
Depending on your mood if the walls of a room can draw a picture of
something on it can be a great leisure experience, giving a whole
new perspective to
Until now only Virtual Reality can create something of that sort. If
Nano-Technology and IoT can be used together then our real world
itself can become a virtual world hence removing the gap between
Given an opportunity of this sort, I would like to think on a way
where applying IoT can lead to accomplishment of the goal
mentioned above. Creating a road-map on how to manage the
tremendous amount of data that is going to flow, minimizing
security risks, thereby improving user experience.