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IoT (Internet of Things) works on giant network of sense of perception.

Updated: Mar 2, 2019

IoT (Internet of Things) works on sense of perception that is smell, touch, shape, taste and sound which help one’s software or application to take necessary actions from the inputs perceived from senors such as chemical, mechanical etc . These senors are able to measure a physical phenomenon (like temperature, humidity, pressure etc.) and transform it into digital signals.

These five sense of action and the sense of perception are the product of five element of nature that is earth, water, fire, air and ether (prithvi, pani, tejas, vayu and akasa). One can classify these as follows and you can relate it with your existence as human body.

Smell and the earth element.
Taste and the water element.
Touch and the air element.
Sound and the ether element.
Shape which relates to form of the fire element.

  1. IoT sensors can be considered as sense organs that is eyes, ears, nose, tongue, skin. These IoT sensors sense the environmental parameter as our sense organs sense the environment.

  2. IoT boards as Unit of micro controller and microprocessors to convert and analyze the analog inputs taken from IoT senors and convert it in into digital signal.

  3. IoT data are stored in database to do further analysis using algorithms such as Classification and Clustering etc. to get the insight from data received through IoT senors.

  4. These devices are synced through the giant network of IoT devices through IoT platforms.

  5. There are open source IoT platforms available to handle giant network of IoT devices such as thingsboard, KAA, Mainflux, Node-Red, Thinger, ThingSpeak, IoTvity, Iot-DSA.

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