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Explaining IoT Processes to the Everyday Consumer
The Internet of Things is a relatively new concept, so educating needs to be one of your primary tasks.
May 31, 2018—
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a complex, futuristic concept. While some people choose to embrace this technology and what it can do, many are still skeptical of all the modern lingo and all the talk about the IoT's capabilities.
At the core, IoT revolves around big data. With all the horror stories circulating about cyberattacks, combined with the recent Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal, people are becoming increasingly wary of big data and artificial intelligence (AI) as a whole.
Show Real-Life Applications
So, when you are explaining how the IoT works, especially to newcomers who know very little about it, you need to use plenty of real-life applications to illustrate your points. For example, if you are trying to convey how the device collects data, you could reference Ralph Lauren's Polo Tech Shirt.self-driving cars are IoT devices that have constant access to changing map and traffic databases to determine the best routes to destinations.
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