Everything’s Connected— The Internet of Things

‘In the next century, planet earth will don an electronic skin. It will use the Internet as a scaffold to support and transmit its sensations.’ — Neil Gross

What if we can combine sensors, actuators, and networked intelligence? What will the world look like? Some possibilities — we would heat our homes more effectively, track down lost items, and keep our plants alive. We can keep streets clean and receive pollution warnings. Energy overall will be used far more efficiently. And we’d all save a lot of time!

The Internet of Things (IoT) will enable it all. In fact it’s already upon us! Some Facts

In 2008 there were more things connected to the internet than people.

By 2015 there will be 25 billion autonomous internet connected devices.

By 2020 more than 26 billion devices will be associated with the Internet of Things.

Currently 0.6% of things can be connected to the internet, which also means 10 billion things out of 1.5 trillion that exist globally.

What is the Internet of Things?

Why Does it Matter?

IoT’s market share is going to be bigger than PCs, smartphones and tablets soon.

IoT keeps track of our assets and maintains quality and consistency.

It optimizes operations, boosts productivity and saves resources and costs.

Why is the Adoption of loT Accelerating?

Growth in analytics and cloud computing.

Increase of interconnectivity of machines and personal smart devices.

The proliferation of applications connecting supply chains, partners and customers.

The Internet of Everything

If you have Internet of Things applications with utility and commercial viability, look no further than Extentia to make it happen. We are huge proponents of the Internet of Things devices and using our know-how in app development coupled with experience, we can turn your Internet of Things idea into reality.
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