IoT is the abbreviation of “Internet of Things”, which means “Internet of Things”.
IoT is one of the most promising technology directions. According to experts, IoT may be one of the most breakthrough technologies in the next decade. It will have a great impact on our lives and may change our lifestyle and habits.
IoT will be a more popular technology in the future, and its impact will span multiple fields or industries:
All of these areas will benefit from IoT.
It is necessary for us to understand the meaning of IoT before we have a deep understanding of the IoT project. The definition of IoT varies at different levels or according to different application fields. However, in any case, it should be emphasized that IoT is not just a network connected with smartphones, tablets or personal computers (PCs).
We can call IoT an ecosystem, in which objects are connected with each other; At the same time, they are all connected to the Internet. IoT includes every object that may connect to the Internet and exchange data and information. These objects are connected together anytime, anywhere, and can exchange data with each other anytime, anywhere.
We may not be unfamiliar with the concept of object connection, which has been developing continuously for many years. With the CPU power consumption getting lower and lower, we can imagine that the Internet will be able to carry millions of objects to communicate with each other in the future.
The first time IoT was officially noticed was in 2005. The International Communication Union (ITU) first proposed the definition of IoT (see the article “Internet of Things summary” on ITU’s official website).
KUICKHEEL independently developed IoT technology for scooters, mainly including the following aspects:
- Multi system communication
- Integrated gyroscope and accelerometer, alarm for abnormal movement
- IPX waterproof, real-time start vehicle data
- Support MQTT protocol, more expandable
- Support multiple mode switching
- Integrated GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo and QZSS positioning technology
- Equipped with electronic fence, including vehicle speed, output power, driving area, parking area, etc
- OTA air upgrade IoT module (CCU) ECU and BMS
- Bluetooth 4.0 low power long-distance transmission
Smart cities not only focus on convenience and comfort, but also improve the financial, social and environmental aspects of urban life. With the growth of population, smart cities will become a key factor to improve environmental sustainability and quality of life.
In the future, there are many possibilities for the development of the Internet of Things, and we are just scratching the surface. We can expect to see more innovation and change our working and living styles in the coming months.