Opportunities and Applications of Internet of Things for Innovation & Start-up in Engineering and Technology
becomesanenormouslyimpressivemaxim among the majority ofpeoples who are concerned in technology including customer and society. Sensors, actuators, network connectivity among devices, analytical power are basic blocks of IoT application to have a machine to machine communication to serve meaningful information to end-users. This survey paper proposes various IoT applications which highlight some of the ideas as an opportunity in innovation for start-up and research direction; through various opportunities, it will be possible to make a prominent difference in human life, organizations, hospital, environmental particulars, etc.
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