Imagine a world where many of the typical devices in a space have evolved to be able to gather data, share data, and connect to and communicate with people and other devices in real time, turning the everyday physical world into one massive information system. Internet connectivity is no longer limited to computers or smartphones but has expanded to include objects like refrigerators, cars, coffee pots and even lighting. This phenomenon of widespread intelligence and connectivity is known as the Internet of Things (IoT) and, while still in its infancy, it is growing rapidly. Current projections estimate that there will be approximately 70 billion IoT devices worldwide by 2025.
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