The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the networking of physical devices, vehicles, buildings and other objects with sensors, software and connectivity that enable the collection and exchange of data.

How IoT Works

IoT devices are connected via the internet, allowing for remote monitoring and control. These devices can collect data and communicate with each other, improving their performance and functionality.

Applications of IoT

Smart Homes

IoT devices are making our homes smarter and more efficient. From smart thermostats that adjust the temperature depending on the presence of residents, to smart locks that allow entry with a touch of our mobile phone.

Smart Cities

Smart cities use IoT to improve infrastructure, save energy and provide better services to citizens. From smart traffic lights that adapt to traffic to waste collection systems that alert you when to empty.


In industry, IoT enables real-time monitoring and control of production, improving efficiency and reducing costs. Sensors can detect problems before they occur, enabling preventive maintenance.