Internet of Things


The Internet of Things generally refers to the extension of the Internet to physical objects.

The International Telecommunication Union defines the Internet of Things as a "global infrastructure" for the information society, which provides advanced services by interconnecting objects through existing interoperable information and communication technologies or evolving.

Essentially, any autonomous electronic object having a connection and communicating on a network is considered as a connected object.

The possibilities are almost unlimited thanks to the miniaturization of programmable electronic components and the development and consequent deployment of a dedicated Internet network.

Inexpensive solutions

The implementation of the IoT can meet different needs mainly based on one or more types of sensors: temperature, pressure, vibration, light, movement ... the list long.

The setting up of connected objects with the right sensors makes it possible to collect the information in real time at the right place and at the right moment thus making them more relevant. The use of a dedicated and secure network also allows the setting up of these in a simple and fast way, avoiding significant investments in infrastructure.

Setting up an IoT environment requires taking into account a set of interrelated elements.

The primordial choice

The choice of electronics must meet specific needs such as size, service life, energy consumption, environmental resistance, etc. Added to this is the choice of the right sensor and its ability to meet the desired objectives.

The embedded software is specific to each type of use and plays the role of conductor of the entire ecosystem of the object. Electronic programming not only defines how each electronic component should behave, when and under what conditions, but also how it should connect to the network and transfer data securely.

Secure integration

Although driven by embedded software, access to the network requires choices based on the amount of data to be transmitted, frequency, criticality, energy consumption, coverage area and component size. Setting up the right communication protocol and integrating securely into the network is the last step in a successful connection.

Security is an important component of the ecosystem of a connected object because it makes it more reliable. It also ensures the proper functioning of the entire ecosystem while avoiding unwanted access to the information transmitted.

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