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. https://TheInternetOfThings.report/Resources/Whitepapers/2532af7d-fd50-4b5e-875c-cf420b4f2f51_non-geek-a-to-z-guide-to-internet-of-things-108846.pdf
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THE NON-GEEK'S A-TO-Z GUIDE TO THE INTERNET OF THINGS
Defining the Internet of Things isn’t easy. When it’s defined in terms of market size, some focus on the potential revenue (it’s in the trillions), while others focus on the number of potential “things” (it’s in the billions). Some definitions focus on the exponential growth of sensors, excluding smartphones, tablets and desktop computers, while others only consider devices with an IP address. Whether these definitions and forecasts are accurate or not, it can be downright confusing. How would you define the Internet of Things (or IoT, as it is commonly called)? If you were to ask 20 people, you would most likely end up with 21 different definitions, including yours. And guess what? That’s OK. It’s not important that we all agree on a single definition. What’s important is that we understand the context or frame of reference in which the Internet of Things is being discussed. DOWNLOAD