Has IoT reached its potential?

by | Jun 21, 2019 | IoT News

The modern-day business has become much more data-driven than the enterprises of the past. Internet of Things plays a crucial role in driving the companies towards rapid growth and productivity. Most of the businesses today rely on the utilization of the Internet of Things to drive sheer decision making.

Intellias’ business intelligence and data architect, Taras Kloba said that Experts are predicting that there will be more than 30 billion Internet of Things devices by the year 2020. Moreover, IoT has become one of the significant trends in terms of data monetization as it incorporates the data that comes from the Internet of Things devices.

Nevertheless, there is a significant problem, i.e., the Internet of Things devices are not entirely put into use, given that it has massive potential. The data which comes from the Internet of Things devices are precious & relevant for unique businesses around the world. However, the majority of the data has not yet been realized. By the looks of it, the technological development in the Internet of Things often leads to misutilization. Even the underdevelopment of technology plays a crucial role in deployment. Additionally, the Internet of Things is also not wholly appreciated.

There are reasons why IoT devices are not reaching their true potential; mainly due to unchecked anomalies in data. Mobile devices do not function correctly, so the data is error-free. The mobile devices experience noise and failures and have limits as to where can be transmitted.

Some of the IoT devices do not have the proper sensor arrangements that are required for the Internet of Things devices. Sometimes the data, as well as the analysis, doesn’t lead to a specific action. The data, when structured, is often required to get into an actionable moment to make the most out of the Internet of Things devices.

Some experts also suggest that the Internet of Things has limited accessibility of data, which makes the tech inaccessible.

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Neelam Dimri

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