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What is the next step for the Internet of Things in 2022?


Release Time:

2021-11-04

Some research institutes point out that the growth of the Internet of Things will soar in the coming years. According to Statista, 75.44 million iot devices will be installed in government, commercial enterprises and homes by 2025. As more businesses adopt the Internet of Things, more consumers will also adopt the technology.

Some research institutes point out that the growth of the Internet of Things will soar in the coming years. According to Statista, 75.44 million iot devices will be installed in government, commercial enterprises and homes by 2025. As more businesses adopt the Internet of Things, more consumers will also adopt the technology.

What will the Internet of Things look like in 2022?

We will pay greater attention to cyber security

Security vulnerabilities plague Internet of Things devices on the market today. Since the Internet of Things allows data to be sent and received over the Internet, this poses a huge security threat to users. Home intrusion is now part of the lack of security in the Internet of Things as it connects virtual Spaces with the physical world. While these devices are extremely useful in business and at home, they also provide excellent opportunities for bad guys to wreak havoc.

Network operators are responsible for preventing intruders from doing damage. By adopting strong security measures, iot vendors will improve marketability by highlighting the protection measures they have in place. It is also critical to inform users of such security issues. Similarly, suppliers and providers should be open about what is being done to address these issues.

The healthcare industry is adopting the Internet of Things more

Iot solutions have dramatically improved the healthcare industry, especially during the pandemic. The Internet of Things paves the way for telemedicine, COVID-19 symptom monitoring and even disinfection.

To prevent the risk of further infection, disinfection robots have been deployed to disinfect the hospital with special ultraviolet light.

The global market for the Medical Internet of Things (IoMT) is expected to grow to $24.2 billion by 2026. We expect to see more in the coming years as more healthcare organizations continue to innovate their systems and processes.

Improve employee security in the industrial Internet of Things

Because of its data accuracy and efficient execution, the Internet of Things has been of great help in industrial applications. When sensors actively send accurate information about the status of facilities or equipment, it becomes easier to assess the situation and detect potential risks and hazards.

Here are some use cases for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) that could further improve security:

▲ Wearable devices that track employees' heart rate and blood pressure to monitor their health;
▲ Intelligent sensors that can detect heat, radiation, air pollution or noise beyond the range;
▲ Fire sensors that respond to dramatic temperature changes and detect fires;
▲ Run predictive maintenance to repair or replace faulty equipment to avoid further damage or accidents.

The Industrial Internet of Things can further improve workplace security, ensure team safety and anticipate any hazards that may exist in the equipment or the workplace itself.

Smart cities are starting to emerge

Some cities are now using the Internet of Things to connect utilities, parking meters and traffic lights. More and more governments are investing in smart city technology, and the investment could reach $158 billion by 2022, according to Statista.

Smart cities don't just focus on convenience and comfort. Instead, these cities improve the financial, social and environmental aspects of urban life. As the population grows, smart cities will be a key factor in improving environmental sustainability and quality of life.

There are many possibilities for the future of the Internet of Things, and we're just scratching the surface right now. We can expect to see more innovation and changes to the way we work and live in the months ahead.

Reprinted in the House of Things