Evolution of the IoT market
The IoT or “Internet of Things” includes products that embody analytical and communication capabilities, with an interaction with the external environment with or without the intervention of humans.
This includes a set of heterogeneous devices such as mobile phones, home appliances, sound equipment, video, machine components, engines and almost anything imaginable, including RFID chips implanted under the skin.
The number of connected objects was 13.7 billion in 2015, and according to various studies, they will be between 30 and 150 billion in 10 years.
Communication between all these components opens up opportunities to build increasingly “smart” systems.