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hIoTron Unveils a Conclusive guide on Smart Products vs Connected Devices



2020-01-20 04:23:29 Technology

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VIMAN NAGAR Pune, Maharashtra, December 13, 2019: hIoTron presents a conclusive guide on what exactly is the difference between these two terms and what are some of their essential applications? There seems to be a little bit confusion about what a smart product represents and that a connected device is?

Both consumers as well as enterprises want to make their lives simpler and with smart and connected products there are numerous possibilities and multiple real-world applications that are supporting to make a positive difference.

The concept “Internet of Things” (IoT) is utilized to outline the huge network of connected devices and systems that ensemble and exchange data. While connected devices may take some easy actions depends on what they recognize in the environment, their primary aim is to send and receive data. Smart devices, on the other hand, have smart behavior that allows devices to react to real-world situations and even forecast the requirements of their users.

From sensors on manufacturing equipment that recognize temperature deviations up to the toasters, there’s no shortage of connected devices on the market for consumer and organization use.

Gartner calculates that by 2020, the IoT will involve 26 billion connected devices a number which is even more impressive because it doesn’t involve computers, tablets or smartphones.

Advanced smart devices are capable to go even further and acquire the circumstances of individual users. These connected devices can even “learn” from experience, interpreting human behavior and preferences in order to make the user’s life easier and more efficient.

While both the terms “smart” and “connected” are often used simultaneously, they're not quite the same thing. Connected devices are connected to the Internet in order to exchange information, while smart devices. Most smart device has some local computing with the intuitive user interface.
Modern-Day Applications of Smart Products:

1. Manufacturing:
Sensors connected to the mechanical parts can recognize issues and will send alerts and notifications to the concerned authority.

2. Vehicles:
Modern vehicles generally include intelligent diagnostics system that can automatically rectify dangerous operating conditions and intercept catastrophic failures.

3. Home:
Smart homes enclosed with Smart products that are loaded with possibilities to make our lives simpler, more suitable and more comfortable.

While the market is flooded with “smart” devices, most of them are simply connected devices with clever branding. However, now and in the near future, we assume to see more and more truly smart devices, as cutting-edge artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques are creating their way into consumer products.

Links:
To know more about smart products vs connected devices: https://www.hiotron.com/smart-vs-connected-products/

About hIoTron:
hIOTron Pvt.Ltd (hIOTron's) provide a practical study for various IoT cloud platforms. hIOTron had deployed over 21000 IoT Devices. hIoTron's IoT platform helps businesses to connect and manage data securely.
It also Develops, supports and manufactures IoT platforms and serving 55+ Fortune Enterprises.

hIOTron offers Industrial IoT solutions (https://www.hiotron.com/) over such a platform with End-To-End Classroom as well as Online IoT Training in Mumbai (https://www.hiotron.com/iot-training/) and Pune with which you can easily come up with new ideas and techniques.

Company :-hIOTron

User :- rasika Joshi

Email :-rasika@hiotron.com

Phone :-08208896758

Mobile:- 08208896758

Url :- https://www.hiotron.com/


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