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IoT - what to expect in 2024

The Internet of Things (IoT) and smart devices have continued to revolutionise the way we live and work. These technologies have transformed our homes, cities, and industries, offering convenience, efficiency, and connectivity like never before.


As we look ahead to 2024, it’s clear that the IoT and smart device landscape will continue to evolve rapidly, bringing exciting trends and innovations. In this blog, we’ll explore the key trends that will shape the IoT and smart device industry in 2024.


  • 5G Connectivity Drives IoT Expansion

The rollout of 5G networks will significantly impact the IoT ecosystem. With faster, more reliable, and low-latency connectivity, 5G will enable a massive increase in IoT devices. This will pave the way for real-time data processing, making applications like autonomous vehicles, remote surgeries, and augmented reality more accessible and efficient.


  • Edge Computing for Faster Response

Edge computing will become more prevalent in 2024. It involves processing data closer to the source (IoT devices) rather than sending everything to the cloud. This will result in quicker response times and reduced latency, making IoT applications more efficient and reliable.


  • Sustainability and Green IoT

Sustainability is a growing concern worldwide, and IoT can contribute to more eco-friendly practices. In 2024, we can expect to see IoT solutions designed to optimise energy consumption, reduce waste, and promote sustainable living. From smart energy management to waste reduction in cities, green IoT will gain traction.


  • Enhanced IoT Security

With the proliferation of IoT devices, security remains a top priority. In 2024, there will be increased focus on robust security measures, including advanced encryption, biometrics, and blockchain technology. This will protect users from potential cyber threats and privacy breaches.


  • Health and Wellness Monitoring

The healthcare industry will continue to leverage IoT for remote patient monitoring and personalised healthcare. Wearables and smart devices will offer features like continuous health tracking, early disease detection, and telemedicine, making healthcare more accessible and efficient.


  • IoT in Agriculture

IoT’s impact on agriculture, known as AgriTech, will grow in 2024. Farmers will use IoT devices to monitor soil quality, crop health, and weather conditions. This data will help optimise farming practices, increase yields, and reduce environmental impact.


  • Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR) Integration

AR and VR will find more applications in the IoT space. Smart glasses, helmets, and wearables will provide immersive experiences for education, training, and remote collaboration. IoT devices will power these AR/VR experiences.


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