Internet of Things IOT | Some Main Reasons to Make Your Project as IOT

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of interconnected, internet-connected objects that can gather and transmit data without the need for human interaction across a wireless network.

IOT Uses

The possibilities for personal or professional development are limitless. A connected medical device, a biochip transponder (think livestock), a solar panel, a connected automobile with sensors that alert the driver to a variety of potential issues (fuel, tire pressure, needed maintenance, and more), or any object equipped with sensors that has the ability to gather and transfer data over a network can all be considered a ‘thing.’

First reason:

(Real-time information) Yes, knowing this is the first and most vital action to take is critical.

Consider the following scenario: If you’re planning to create an application that requires a lot of real-time analysis and immediate actions to be taken based on that real-time data, you can choose to make your project IoT.

So, what exactly does “real-time data” imply?

Assume you’re the owner of the nicest hotel in town, with the best food, and your regular customer has requested his favorite meal at 11 p.m. (the hotel’s closing hour) (naan and paneer butter masala). Unfortunately, the paneer supply had run out. As a result, you’re in a rush to buy the food and prepare it in time to serve your regular customer. This is real-time analysis and dealing with the circumstance wisely.

  • Unexpected data from a client and paneer unavailability–>real-time unexpected data
  • Instant preparation–>real-time scenario analysis and management

Second reason:

If you want to reduce the amount of human monitoring and prefer to automate everything to make your product/service a benchmark, you can employ IoT technology.

Consider the following scenario: You are working at a high-stress level and returning home late every night. To remedy this, imagine that your air conditioning system goes on automatically before you enter the house and keeps you cool after you do. Then, after hearing the sound of your house door opening, the radio system plays your favorite song and transports you to your happy place.

Consider the smart irrigation system as an illustration of how the IoT’s technical concept can be applied. Assume it alerts you that “6 crops have been attacked by pests” (real-time data), requiring immediate action. As a result, the fertilizer will locate and spray the pest-affected crop.


Needs for setting up Internet of Things IOT  environment for basic applications


  1. Selecting an Internet of Things IOT development platform( that offers a robust toolkit for IoT creation and end-to-end administration of devices, smart sensors, and IoT gateways that link to the cloud.
  • Amazon Web Services IoT (AWS IoT): (Amazon Web Services)
  1. A cloud platform intended for Internet of Things IOT apps that functions as a data sea and ensures millions of device connectivity.
  2. It works with all SDKs, including Embedded C, Python, and Java.
  • Azure IoT (Microsoft Azure Internet of Things):
  1. Microsoft Visual Studio SDK is used by the Azure cloud platform.
  2. Using a pre-configured remote monitoring system, collect and analyze real-time device data.


  1. Internet of Things IOT hardware processor selection:

Arduino (a)

  1. Platform for open-source electronics prototyping
  2. The most basic and beginner-friendly option.
  3. to develop interactive electronic applications (IoT)
  4. It’s the first development board with a microcontroller.
  5. The Arduino IDE makes programming for beginners simple.

Set up – procedure:

  1. It contains a boot loader of 0.5KB that causes the programme to be burned into the circuit.
  2. To play with Arduino, we only need to download the Arduino software and begin writing code.
  3. Sketches are the name for Arduino programming.
  4. Basic C/C++ is the Arduino programming language.


  1. Inexpensive
  2. Cross-platform/Multiplatform
  3. Prototyping is simple and flexible.
  4. Pre-wiring and free code libraries are available.
  5. Hardware applications are more dependable.

(b) Raspberry Pi

  1. Computer the size of a palm
  2. Built with an educational aim in mind
  3. Even non-technical users will find it simple.
  4. The SD card serves as the primary storage medium.
  5. Runs on a modified version of Debian Linux known as Raspbian OS, which allows you to install whatever package you want, including Node.js, Python, and others.
  6. It features four USB ports for data transfer and 40 GPIO pins (General Purpose Input/Output pins) for connecting to a variety of peripherals.
  7. To connect A/V sources, use the HDMI port (High Definition Multimedia Interface) (to transport audio and video data between an HDMI equipped monitor and receiver).

Set up – procedure: 

  1. Apps can be used to write any of the bootable OS systems on an SD card.
  2. Then simply attach the display, keyboard, and mouse to the Pi to turn it into a regular computer.
  3. The Pi has video output that can be connected to a monitor or even a TV through an HDMI connector, giving it the same capabilities as a regular computer.
  4. The relevant action code is then created using any of the provided programmes.
  5. Python and scratch are the most basic Raspi languages.


  1. Like a computer, you can multitask at the same time.
  2. The simplest internet connection
  3. Because of the HDMI port, it only works in GUI (Graphical User Interface) mode.
  4. Best suited for server-based applications, such as remote access to the Rpi command line via SSH (Secure Shell) and file sharing via FTP (File Transfer Protocol).
  5. For software applications, it is more dependable.


  1. The usage of Bluetooth beacons:

which are incorporated in devices and allow IoT objects to broadcast information to adjacent mobile devices so that they can communicate, is required.


A beacon is a type of lighthouse that uses a Bluetooth radio transmitter to send a single signal to other devices.

Advantages of IoT:

  • Communication,
  • automation,
  • remote control,
  • more information,
  • better decision-making,
  • continuous monitoring,
  • time and money savings, and
  • efficient handling

IoT’s drawbacks include:

  • Standard compatibility is lagging.
  • There are more chances for failure.
  • Invasion of one’s privacy or security
  • Increasingly reliant on technology


As a result, the entire process of setting up an IoT environment entails:

  • Identifying the problem as well as the goal.
  • Identifying the obstacles to data collecting.
  • Choosing a cloud-based data storage platform.
  • After data analysis, coding into the processor to satisfy your expected need.
  • Increasing the benefits of IoT while reducing the drawbacks.

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