Exploring Smart IoT Devices to Mitigate Risks
Posted by Indrajeet on November 11th, 2019
The Internet of Things (IoT) has simplified our living in unexpected ways. Smart IoT devices are used at home, offices, warehouses, and public places to reduce the time of task accomplishment. It automates tasks in hand to increase our efficiency at other important tasks. IoT application developers are receiving home automation app development projects where users can control their tasks with a single device.
According to McKinsey Global Institute, the Internet of Things market will reach the U.S. .1 trillion annually by 2025.
Let’s explore some areas where IoT has substantially eased our living.
Security Concern At Home and Offices
IoT Smart locks prevent homeowners from thieves or unwanted guests. The system protects the kids at home in the absence of their parents or guardian. Smart lock categories available in the market:
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Wireless Key Locators
Humans have the tendency to forget their essentials in trains, busses, and other public transports. Locate valuables easily with Wireless key locators. The proximity sensors in the wireless key locators alert the owners on their Android and iOS smartphones. The devices use short-range signals such as Bluetooth to digitally tether critical items on the smartphone. If an item is left behind an instant alert shoots to the mobile app to guide the owners towards the wayward object. Devices chirp, bleat, beep or make an unusual noise to reveal the location of the belongings. Some Wireless key locators have GPS locator to locate the exact position of the asset.
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