The Internet of Things, or IoT, is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals, or humans, provided with unique identifiers (UIDs) and the ability to transmit data over a network without the need for human-to-human. human or human-computer interaction. An IoT ecosystem consists of web-enabled smart devices that use embedded systems such as processors, sensors, and communications hardware to collect, send, and act on data from their environments. IoT devices share the sensor data they collect by connecting to an IoT gateway or other edge device where the data is sent to the cloud for analysis or analysis locally. Sometimes these devices communicate with other related devices and act on the information they receive from each other. Devices do most of the work without human intervention, but humans can interact with devices – for example, to set them up, instruct them, or access data.
The internet of things, which is presented as the Turkish equivalent of the term "Internet of Things", abbreviated as IoT, is a technology that enables objects used in daily life to exchange data with other objects and to be in full synchronization with each other. This technology consists of web-enabled smart devices that allow collecting, sending and processing data from environments. IoT devices transfer the collected data through a gateway, share it by connecting it to a cloud system or a different end device where the data can be analyzed. IoT devices perform most of their work without human intervention by communicating with other related devices in line with the information they receive from each other. The Internet of Things (IoT) identifies, manipulates physical objects (or groups of such objects) with sensors. Software and other technologies that connect to and exchange data with other devices and systems over the Internet or other communication networks. The Internet of Things was considered a misnomer because devices don't need to be connected to the public internet, they just have to be. connected to a network and individually addressable.
The field has evolved due to the convergence of multiple technologies, including ubiquitous computing, commodity sensors, increasingly powerful embedded systems, and machine learning. Traditional embedded systems, wireless sensor networks, control systems, automation (including home and building automation) enable the internet of things independently and collectively. In the consumer market, IoT technology, "Smart home", supports and integrates one or more partner ecosystems. associated smartphones and smart speakers IoT are also used in healthcare systems.
There are a number of concerns about risks in the growth of IoT technologies and products, particularly in the privacy and security areas, and as a result industry and government moves have begun to address these concerns, including the development of international and local standards and guidelines. and regulatory frameworks