In most cases, Internet Things are discussed as a technology that will only change everyday life tomorrow. But today, there is information about volatile devices in the world over 11 billion, some of which seem like great movies.
For your attention – Arnold Lukošius, a specialist from the Tele2 Innovation Center, presents 4 incredible examples of existing, current and current Internet.
1. "Mirror Mirror, Say …"
Imagine looking at the mirror, and advise you on which cream you face to select and remind you of the forthcoming meeting. The reality – not just one special gadget that has persuasively matching and intelligent management.
These devices look like computers on the wall and they are amazing with their features. Some show calendars, time, air temperature and have a touch screen. touch screen) Other voices can be sent by e-mail. e-mail, surfing the web, or watch videos. Some include even integrated cameras that scan face skin and perform a condition analysis.
2. "Speak" Clothing
Clothes that gather information about their movements, health and advice? They can be purchased online today and are used with gadgets on your phone.
Aiming to get better results in yoga, you can buy Nadi X Steff that enables a Bluetooth that is animated in clubs, knees or ankles when you need to change your body's position. The running of Lumo Bodytech offers short boards that include heart rate measurement, running speed and braking speed. The Neviano France makers looked after the tan – their swimwear designed to check the amount of harmful UV rays and notify the phone when sunbeds should be stopped.
3. Smart city: hearing and sustainable lighting
Internet Things can facilitate not only the daily routine for individual people, but also improve the operation of cities. Market research and analysis statistics Navigant Research currently shows that there are 355 smart city projects in the world.
For example, in Barcelona, street lights now turn the town's people as they cross the country, and send a message to the smart bin cleaning company when it fills. Sensors installed in the London car parks inform vacancies of vacancies and the Copenhagen traffic light system has been complemented by a more favorable traffic flow for cyclists. It is projected for cities to spend more than $ 88 billion by 2025 on similar solutions. Dollars
4. Other healthcare
The future of medicine is also related to Internet Things. Already, many wear health-resistant bracelets, the information they provide to doctors, and in the future healthcare should become increasingly remote.
One of the most recent achievements is a glucose meter that checks the patient's blood glucose by scanning the sensor to wear on the arm. This device will allow patients with type 1 diabetes to avoid regular fits and are always aware of their condition. In addition, the Internet Things are already being used by the medical institutions themselves. For example, the e-Warning solution developed by Philips monitors life support techniques and systems in the hospital in real time and informs you before a possible failure.