Computer Science & Electrical

Computer Science & Electrical

Analysis of Internet of Things: IoT in human life

Pages: 11  ,  Volume: 54  ,  Issue: 1 , June   2020
Received: 04 Jun 2020  ,  Published: 27 June 2020
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1 IGU Dilmini Rathnayaka


The digital universe emerged focusing replication of veritable universe with the enhancement of facilities and convenience including the beauty as same as the real universe. Numerous attempts were made to observe, detect and feel the universe with the practice of sensors and many equipment. To bring this digital universe to precision, it requires knowledge about the electronic equipment or device, simultaneous scrutiny techniques, communication procedures as well as the position or location of the equipment or device. The IoT which stands for Internet of Things is an enthusiastic universal network comprising internet linked things or equipment, for instance, sensors which highly sensitive and beneficial for tenuous applications, smart devices which affect for huge moderation of human life and actuators, etc. IoT technologies aids to connect things or objects which are located around a wider extent. Ubiquitous computing, communication, and robotics raised with different technical developments during the significant years in the past and even in present, along with the flow of IoT paradigm. This paper is based on IoT and evaluation of the information provided about the revolution of IoT. Further, different IoT applications specifically in the health sector, characteristics of IoT, issues and benefits of IoT and at last future of IoT.


  • applications
  • revolution
  • architecture
  • Internet of Things
  • evaluation
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