Smart Home IoT
Fusing the digital and the physical to make life more convenient
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Nowadays, the Internet has become indispensable wherever and whenever you go. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, the percentage of Japanese households with Internet-connected devices in 2021 will be 97.3% for all mobile devices.
The spread of the Internet has led to the rapid growth of the field of IoT (Internet of Things), which is now referred to as the "IIoT," and has greatly improved the comfort of our daily lives, starting with the things around us.
The IoT refers to the billions of physical devices around the world that communicate via the Internet, which collects and shares data, connecting various objects and adding digital intelligence to what was traditionally nothing but real-time data communication in and of itself. The Internet of Things is making the world around us smarter and merging the digital and physical.
Any physical object can be transformed into an IoT device if it can be connected to the Internet to control and communicate information.
Home IoT, for example, allows smart devices connected to the Internet to make you coffee when you wake up or heat up your dinner in the oven when you get home. Temperature and air quality can be controlled, doors can be locked, and homes can be monitored while you are away, all from your smartphone.
The environment for the IoT age is steadily expanding. It not only makes living and housework more convenient, but also offers various advantages such as energy saving, crime prevention, health management, and support for the elderly. Please keep an eye on Home IoT in the future.
Reference: Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications website
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