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IoT is set to evolve the digital landscape and how we interact with each other forever. In fact the estimated amount of IoT connected devices are expected to grow to a $67.7 billion by 2025.

IoT technology empower businesses to achieve their goals by increasing overall productivity, maintenance efficiency and drastically lowering overhead costs. Residential customers also benefit from the convenience of remote monitoring smart home sensors, lowered utility costs and create a safer living environment.

Industrial IoT Uses

Companies in a wide variety of industries benefit from the data they gather from IoT sensors. Actionable IoT sensor data can be used to develop better products and services, preventative maintenance, foster operational improvements and lowering overall cost savings.

Below are a few examples:

Industrial IoT Uses

1. Increase efficiency

Restaurants use IoT temperature sensors to monitor food supplies and medications in cold storage. temperature thresholds can be set to alert of critical levels in order to prevent spoilage and profit loss. Reports can also be easily produced for compliance and maintenance purposes.

2. Improve the customer experience

Food stores can use interactive buttons at key locations to easily take customers surveys about their shopping experience and product preferences. This data can then be used to improve store layouts, product placement, brand offerings and overall customer experience.

3. Increase safety and security

Secure and track rooms and entries, equipment, currency, livestock and people with the wide array of available IoT sensors. As an example, employee locations can be monitored for both indoor and outdoor movements. This data can quickly be used to identify internal security breaches, track costly inventory and specialty equipment.

4. Decrease consumption and save money

Water and electricity sensors can alert businesses of dangerous water leaks and costly electricity over usage. They can also be used to accurately monitor consumption history, which can be used to save in utility costs. In another example, liquid level sensors detect fuel levels in generator holding tanks and send instant alerts once critical levels has been reached. This can protect against catastrophic equipment damage and even help to prolong equipment lifespan.

5. Pest control

Smart muse traps can be helpful to property owners by sending alerts only when a mouse is captured. This means traps can be placed in harder to reach areas and the captured rodent can be discretely collected and disposed of before it starts to decay. Additionally, minimal effort and time is spent remembering and managing mouse locations which allows propery owners to focus on more important tasks.

Residential IoT Uses

With its extended battery life and long range wireless signals, IoT technology is giving homeowners the power to create a more comfortable, secure and energy efficient living environment globally.
Below are a few examples

Residential IoT Uses

1. Temperature and humidity control

These sensors are easily mounted and can be placed on almost any surface. They can help to avoid food wastage or remote monitor a room's temperature from any mobile device.

2. Entry and personal protection

Contact and motion sensors protect doors, windows and open areas in the home by sending an alert of attempts to enter. While asset trackers give instant and precise locations of valuable items, human or pet movements. Also, personal panic buttons can be worn and activated in cases of a threat, then instantly alert family and friends of the incident.

3. Appliance control

Light fixtures and other appliances can be controlled remotely by simply plugging it into an IoT smart switch. This can be used to save on monthly energy costs or as a deterrent when traveling.

4. Better gardening

Soil sensors give farmers accurate feedback and valuable historical data on important soil quality levels. This empowers them to make adjustments that are vital to producing better crop.

5. Loss prevention

Water leak and fire alarm sensors are necessity in or to fully protect a home. These sensors ensure minimum lost to costly furniture, appliances, entire homes and even threat to life because of home disasters.