Keeping in mind all of our pain points with traditional ICT fixtures, we designed our ICT to be something that is more efficient in terms of cost, waste, and customization. This led to a relatively simple solution: standardizing.
These days there's no lack of operating systems to choose from for embedded systems; Wikipedia counts about 100 of them. The Eclipse survey still shows Linux leading the pack, with Windows, FreeRTOS and Mbed OS being widely used as well.
If the IoT is the result of individual products communicating with each other through the cloud, then the Industrial Internet of Things, or IIoT, is this capability write across the massive industrial systems that power our world.
The impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) is being felt across every industry, and electronics manufacture is no exception. Connected technology is changing how we interact with our electronics, but just as significantly, it’s also changing how these electronics are being made.
It's breathtaking how often we shuffle around horrible products that should never have been made in the first place.
Let me give you an example. Recently, my wife and I purchased a wall clock online, which I hung up in our den. About ten minutes later, the second hand stopped moving.
IoT, or the Internet of Things, is a market on the verge, and technology this revolutionary demands an infrastructure that matches it in innovation. To capitalize on this potential, forward-looking hardware brands recognize they need a new approach to design and manufacturing.