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El concepto de objetos (desde máquinas industriales hasta prendas de vestir) que están conectados a Internet

El Internet de las Cosas - The Internet of Things

Mediante sensores que recopilan datos, permite conocer estados y ejecutar acciones desde cualquier otro lado, ya que internet es la mayor red que tuvo alguna vez la humanidad.

 

De modo que un edificio puede ajustar automáticamente la calefacción y la iluminación. O bien equipo de producción que alerta al personal de mantenimiento de un fallo inminente. Marcas automotrices colocan dispositivos en sus coches para conocer y predecir el desgaste de sus piezas; mientras que un granjero puede tener un dispositivo IOT en el tanque de agua que accione una bomba a 100m, porque seguramente le será más eficiente y económico que hacer un tendido tradicional.

¿Lo quiero? ¿Lo necesito? ¿Tendré que adaptarme?

¿Qué hacemos?

(Ya tienes IoT, pues seguramente tengas un móvil que es un dispositivo que utiliza Internet de las Cosas).

Día a día se desarrollan productos y servicios por diferentes compañías para automatizar acciones así como desarrollar nuevos dispositivos que nos «facilitan» la vida. Pero como la vida puede ir más allá de lo que es un producto rentable para una compañía, lo importante es entender que Internet of Things lo podemos utilizar todos; y podemos conectar a la nube un dispositivo de menos de 3 dólares para colectar datos o encender una luz.

 

 

(ADVERTENCIA) Utilizar este artefacto, como cualquier dispositivo con Internet puede ser peligroso. Cada vez que usted se loguea en una red, miles y miles de personas random, o no, pueden estar viendo sus datos personales. Tal vez menos, pero en fin; otras personas ( tienen la posibilidad de verle o escucharle desde cualquier cámara o micrófono como los que se encuentran en su movil, consola de juegos, ordenador, cámara de seguridad. Piense que la red ya existe.

Tape su cámara web. Un consejo de enchinche.com

 

 

2 Responses
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    Fa

    Muy buena reflexión. Tenemos que ser más inteligentes al comprar hardware. un iphone cuesta el triple que cuando salió y no tiene sentido. Dejamos que nos controlen en todo, desde lo que compramos y hasta les dejamos tener una, dos o tres «webcam» mirándonos a todos en este momento

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