Internet of Things (IoT) Glossary

IoT Glossary pdf

RFID tags
Radio Frequency IDentification “tags” can be used to track and manage inventory, assets, people, etc. These tiny devices can be read if passed near a reader, even if hidden in a container. Unlike barcodes, RFID tags can be read hundreds at a time. RFID can EVEN work set into metal parts or under the skin.

BLE Bluetooth Low Energy
Gives us ambient, continuous, low-power connectivity. Gadgets can talk to each other
wirelessly without demanding that we, the users, make the arrangements at every encounter.

helmet 225 145iBeacon
These low-cost gizmos continually beam out sensor data on a BLE signal, running for up to a year on a small watch battery. Multiple beacons can triangulate your position at distances anywhere from 100 feet down to just a few inches.

Sine-Wave Data Aggregation
Seamlessly connects any remote product or device to the cloud. Gain real-time visibility and control over your assets.

android 150 333Zigbee
Low power mesh network to send your iBeacon, BLE, sensor electronics and systems data to the “cloud”.

TI MSP-430
Ultra low power microprocessors offer many features to control and collect sensor data while using as little power as possible.

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