In most cases, the Internet of things is discussed as a technology that changes tomorrow's daily life. Today, however, there are over 11 billion pieces of information on interchangeable devices in the world, some of which look like fantastic movies.
Your attention – Arnold Lukošius, an expert at the Tele2 Innovation Bureau, presents four amazing examples of the Internet of Things that are present and in operation.
1. "Mirror, speaking …"
Imagine a mirror. He advises which face cream to choose and reminds the coming meeting. Reality. There is not just one special gadget with intelligent coupling and management mirrors.
These devices look and feel like wall mounted computers. Some display the calendar, time, temperature and touch screen. touch screen) Other voices can be emailed. You can email, surf the web or watch videos. Some even include integrated cameras that scan facial skin and analyze its condition.
2. "Talking" clothes
Dress to collect information about their movements, health and advice? You can buy online today and use the gadget on your phone.
If you want to get better results in yoga, you can purchase the Nadi X Vapors with vibrating Bluetooth on your club, knee or ankle when you need to change your body position. Running Lumo Bodytech offers shorts incorporating sensors to measure heart rate, speed and braking speed. The French manufacturer, Neviano, wears a swimsuit designed to check for the amount of harmful UV rays and notifies you when you need to stop sunbathing.
3. Smart City: Smart Cues and Sustainable Lighting
The Internet of things not only promotes the daily routine of the individual, but also improves the function of the city. Statistics of research and market analysis Navigant Research shows that there are currently 355 Smart City projects worldwide.
For example, in Barcelona, street lights now cross towns, townspeople are turned on, and a message is sent when the SmartBin cleaning company is full. Sensors installed in London's parking lot inform the driver of vacancies and the Copenhagen traffic signal system is complemented by a more favorable traffic flow for bicycle drivers. With a similar solution, the city is expected to spend more than $ 88 billion by 2025. dollar
4. Other health care
The future of medicine is connected to the Internet of things. There are already many people wearing healthier bracelets and giving them information to doctors, and health care needs to be getting more and more away in the future.
One of the most recent accomplishments is the blood glucose meter, which checks the patient's blood sugar by scanning the sensor to wear his arm. With this device, type 1 diabetics can avoid certain seizures and always know their condition. In addition, the Internet of things is already used in the medical institution itself. For example, the e-Alert solution developed by Philips monitors hospital-based technology and life-support systems in real-time and provides advance notice of possible failures.