IoT, Internet of Things, are those physical devices that can be accessed through the Internet known as IoT.
IoT supports smart cities to operate as well as smart grids, connected cars, smart health technologies, cloud services, and industry supply chains and much more. Worldwide IoT spending is now forecast to pass the $1 trillion mark in 2022.
Smart grid technology will help tackle the growing demand for renewable power sources to be integrated into the existing grid, and enable the national and international vision of low carbon energy.
Glasgow is committed to making smarter use of resources – none more so than data.
Glasgow’s Smart City agenda is embedded in city plans, with every infrastructure project having a smart focus supported by investment in Long Range (LoRaWAN) – a network designed to allow low-powered devices to communicate with Internet-connected applications over long range wireless connections.
With a forecasted 25 billion IoT devices connected by 2025, LoRa networks like IoT Scotland are going to become increasingly important – they have the potential to be as disruptive to businesses as the internet has been previously.