The next-gen wave of IoT won’t have batteries

by | Aug 23, 2019 | IoT Applications & Examples

The standard Bluetooth 5 has been specifically designed for sharing information among several devices. Most of these devices are found in several places such as workplaces, cars, among others. Moreover, the modern-day Bluetooth devices also come with unique properties which attract significant Internet of Things applications.

Atmosic Technologies also focuses on the low-powered wireless Bluetooth 5 platform that will enable the IoT networks which stays connected 24/7. In addition to this, Bluetooth 5 also offers several performance improvements when compared to conventional Bluetooth such as four times the range. The Bluetooth 5, when compared with the traditional Bluetooth, has twice the speed along with eight times total bandwidth range.

Bluetooth 5 also incorporates the functions of the previous versions of Bluetooth. It also provides massive flexibility along with interaction when it comes to the IoT-network devices. There is a highly likely chance that Bluetooth 5 will have a better presence in tablets and smartphones. Most of the IoT applications need long-range yet the minimal capacity of bandwidth. Also, it transmits data intermittently.

Bluetooth technology also stands as a complete alternative for several other IoT applications by offering mesh networking. The cutting-edge Bluetooth also includes a massive amount of nodes. The Bluetooth 5 also guarantees an entire decentralized device system without providing a revert to a single controller hub.

There is a peer-to-peer communication network where the nodes are either better, equivalent, or even equal. Distinctive products allow robust interaction and working conditions. When it comes to connectivity security, Bluetooth 5 provides exceptional attention to connection security. It is implmented most of the time, to avoid interference with several other devices which offers wireless connectivity. Furthermore, this also aids to facilitate the usage of the Internet of Things applications.

According to the IoT experts, by the time the world progresses to 2023. There will be more than 30 billion devices which will enable Bluetooth 5. Most of these devices are destined for the Internet of Things applications.

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