Internet Of Things
The Internet of Things is a network of connected devices (Things) that can communicate with each other using local networks or the internet and machine to machine communication protocols. IoT devices normally have sensors attached to them, and even Artificial Intelligence models that monitor and analyse the physical environment around them. IoT devices are usually constrained, meaning they have low computing resources, and data processing is generally done on the edge.
IoT networks have their own local storage and communication brokers, or utilize cloud services to send and store the data captured on them. A network that is entirely local is more beneficial as network owners have full control over their data, and the cost of the network is reduced.
This portfolio category provides some of my Internet Of Things development examples, it includes personal projects, projects that I created when I was self employed between 2014 & 2018, as well as my open-source projects I have made this year through Peter Moss Leukemia AI Research.