The ability of IoT devices to connect and communicate with other devices, networks, and systems. This is usually achieved through wireless technologies such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cellular networks.
IoT devices are equipped with sensors that can collect data on various environmental conditions such as temperature, humidity, pressure, and light levels.
The ability to collect and analyze data from IoT devices to gain insights into patterns and trends, and to make data-driven decisions.
The ability of IoT devices to automate processes and operations based on the data collected and analyzed.
The ability to control remotely and monitor IoT devices, allowing for real time monitoring and management of devices.
IoT devices require robust security measures to protect against cyber threats and prevent unauthorized access to sensitive data.
The ability of different IoT devices and systems to communicate and work together seamlessly, even if they are from different manufacturers or use different technologies.