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What is the “Internet of Things (IoT)”?

Internet of Things is a network of physical objects such as computing devices, machines, objects, animals or people connected to computer infrastructure. This network enables communication, data collection and transfer between the objects. Hence, this allows objects to be controlled remotely through internet infrastructure, without human interference. The purpose of this method is to improve efficiency, accuracy and economic utilization. Nowadays, many product enable intercommunication through the Internet and include special sensors. For example; Smart homes, cars, bracelets, etc.

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