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The Internet of Things (IoT): Connecting Everyday Objects for a Smarter World

 The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the network of physical devices, vehicles, appliances, and other objects embedded with sensors, software, and connectivity capabilities that enable them to collect and exchange data over the Internet. In simpler terms, it's the concept of connecting everyday objects to the internet and allowing them to communicate with each other and with us. IoT devices are designed to sense and gather data from their surroundings, communicate that data over the internet, and perform actions based on the information they receive. These devices can range from small sensors and actuators to large industrial machinery and smart home appliances. The key components of the Internet of Things include: 1. Things or Devices: These are the physical objects or devices embedded with sensors, software, and connectivity capabilities. They can be anything from wearable devices, smart thermostats, and security cameras to industrial machinery and vehicles. 2. Connectivity: I

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