With the increased demand for hands-free health solutions, the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT).
As the Internet of Things develops in popularity, its security flaws become increasingly worrying. Breaching linked automobiles might result in around 3,000 deaths during peak hour traffic.
One of the most potential applications for these technologies is industrial IoT (IIoT). Simultaneously, present networks’ low capacity and excessive latency impede their deployment.
Businesses were affected by supply chain interruptions between 2020 and 2021. As a result, more businesses will integrate IoT connections into their logistical operations.
As IoT networks expand, they will pave the door for yet another unavoidable innovation: edge computing.
Wearables are among the most mainstream consumer IoT areas, and this trend is expected to continue beyond 2022.
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