5. IoT products include …
smart socks (to measure running form)
connected water bottles (to gather water-
First electric-toothbrush by P&G-Oral in 1963
now “World's First Available Interactive
sonic toothbrush by Kolibree, includes nine
motion sensors and an algorithm designed by
five mathematicians to identify which
quadrant of the mouth a user is brushing.
6. IoT products include …
The Mimo baby monitor is a body suit
that monitors a baby's body
temperature, motion, and breathing
Leaf sensors- by NASA
e-textile, BlendFix sensor electrode
technology or simply sensor-equipped
shirt that monitors a patient's vital signs
7. IoT - Definition
“ The Internet of Things is the network of
physical objects that contain embedded
technology to communicate and sense or
interact with their internal states or the
external environment.” - Gartner
11. How is IoT works
12. Smart systems and IoT are driven
by combination of three things
Sensors & Actuators
People & Processes
13. Sensors & Actuators
We are giving our world digital nervous system. Location
data using GPS sensors. Eyes and ears using cameras and
microphones, along with sensory organs that can measure
everything from temperature to pressure changes.
The embedded systems can use a range
of connectivity to connect with other
devices or the internet.
Some examples are as below:
17. People and Process
The information transmitted via the chose
connectivity can be used by people and
processes to take action or re-transmit the info
to a different embedded system to be used to
perform an action using actuators, below are
A gas leak/ smoke is detected by a chemical
sensor and the info is transmitted to a monitoring
center. Help is dispatched immediately and the
affected are informed
18. People and Process
A home security system detects intrusion, a call
is placed to the authorities and owners alerted.
Load sensor can initiate a communication to the
supplier to send more stock enabling the supply
chain management automation
Car can send the diagnostics to the service
center and the service center schedules a repair.
Your IoT thermostat sends the information to the
cloud which can then be analysed by to manage
your energy expenditure.
31. TAAS – Things as a Service
Things when you need it, as long as you
Cost when you use it, as long as you use it
Maintenance is always ours
32. Draft IoT policy DeitY, Govt. of
To create an IoT industry in India of USD
15 billion by 2020. It has been assumed
that India would have a share of 5-6% of
global IoT industry.
To undertake capacity development
(Human & Technology) for IoT specific skill-
sets for domestic and international
To undertake Research & development for
all the assisting technologies.
To develop IoT products specific to Indian
needs in all possible domains.