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With the world moving fast towards being “smart” the possibilities are never-ending. With the combination of Machine Learning and IOTalmost everything is possible. We haven’t even started when it comes to applying internet of things. In the next few years the biggest inventions will be based on the IOT. And the best part is most of those inventions will not be made by scientists or doctors; they will be made by common tech-savvy people. Anyone, with an interest and knowledge in technology and a mind of problem solver can come up with new inventions that will help the entire mankind.


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The Internet of Things is the connection – via the internet – of objects from the physical world that are equipped with sensors, actuators and communication technology.
From being a buzzword in tech circles, businesses have now started generating revenue from the emergent technology. The industry is on the verge of the biggest tech boom since the smartphone.
In this webinar, our speakers will analyze the blueprints of successful IoT business models, and the frameworks used by developers for creating the successful Internet of Things applications.

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:- What exactly is IoT
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:- What is the value the IoT will deliver to business
:- How IoT will change future
:- IoT future scope
-Why a specific business model development approach?
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While the world is still getting accustomed to spotting wearable devices on fellow humans, IoT enabled applications have ushered in a new era of the Internet of Products.

The Internet of Things is commonly associated with smart home control devices, wearables like the FitBit, vehicles and other device equipped objects that connect to the internet and exchange data. We rarely ever think of its applications in the context of non-device based things. Like a “Cow” for example.

In a brilliant article by Nic Fildesin the Financial Times titled  Meet the Connected Cowthe author illustrates how farmers are placing sensors on various parts of a cows’ bodies to monitor health and track productivity by connecting them to the Internet of Things.

Traditional farm monitoring has become impasse. Between milking, feeding and maintaining the farm, farmers face challenges with effectively managing their cattle. As a result, professionals are seeking innovative systems that can impact the productivity while simultaneously improving farmer’s life.

Animal sensors precision technology is already making its mark. Who knew something as unexpected as a cow had the potential of playing a role in the Internet of Things. When it comes to connecting things to the internet, one needs to look beyond the obvious devices and electronic objects to unleash the larger potential behind the IoT concept.

Powering the peddle to the “Fitbit” movement, why should animals be left far behind?

Biosensors have found their footing in the emerging animal health management sector. Improving farm life and yield with the help of precise sensors is gaining popularity.

As it stands, farmers are prone to many factors affecting productivity outside their control. Adding the uncertainty of Estrus to the list doesn’t make things any easier.

Estrus is simply the period when animals go into heat. As far as all farm animals, they experience it for a very short period of time. Estrus lasts for 12-18 hours every 21 days.

Biosensors allow farmers to optimize yield in this short period through a predictive approach. These gadgets or biometers are also designed to survive even the toughest environments in the farm while constantly measuring data. This data is being analyzed on the cloud in terms of the number of steps the cows takes during the day.

Microsoft’s Joseph Sirosh delivers a surprising conversation about a farmer’s dilemma, a professor’s ingenuity and how cloud, data, and devices came together to fundamentally re-imagine an age-old way of doing business.

According to Joseph Sirosh, CVP of Machine Learning for Microsoft, Biosensors can:

  • Detect health issues early and prevent loss
  • Improve cattle production by accurately detecting the onset of Estrus

Understanding Fujitsu’s EDRC (Estrus Detection System for Cattle)

Let’s unfold the simple secret of detecting Estrus by Japan’s Fujitsu. It consists of technology involving pedometers which go on the feet of every cow and are connected to a receiver in the farm through radio signals, which can receive and transmit alerts.

Fujitsu equipped the herd with battery powered pedometers to detect the number of steps, wirelessly transmitted that information to an MS Azure DB where it was analyzed and notified the farmer via mobile phone app when the time was right.

As shown in the image below, this was strictly to identify the optimum period of Estrus for artificial insemination.

Connected Cows and the Internet of Things

Using and applying technology to detect the patterns of Estrus detection, conception and pregnancy rate can tremendously improve the farm produce quality and also, the standard of living for animals.

These sensors effectively serve as a heat map for farmers. Companies are venturing into a variety of wearable technologies that go in various parts of the cow including but not limited to tails, legs, neck, rumen and more.

The potential that lies in the IoT enables applications or IoP (Internet of Products) or pseudo connected internet of things activated through devices like smartphones is remarkable!

Sensors and wearable devices implanted in animals can measure body temperatures, pH levels, observe and analyze behaviour, movements, patterns, detect illness and viruses pushing the data online to be analysed. However, there are applications that can be built without the use of sensors and devices that connect directly too which can become increasingly accessible. Imagine having an online record of each cow with attributes like:


{quantityOfMilk} (per session)



With a smartphone, the farmer can scan barcoded cow while milk is being collected and log that data against the digital record for the cow on the internet. This would not just create an individual log for every cow but also help analyse patterns and optimize productivity.

In terms of putting “things” on the internet, we’re starting to see new and innovative applications every day and the cow on the internet is a perfect metaphor for the potential that lies ahead.

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#1 How Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way we live


The Internet of Things has been hailed as the next big thing since the advent of the internet and its not difficult to see why; as technology grows, integration between software and hardware becomes more advanced and innovative, it’s inevitable that IoT will have a big impact on our lives and the way we approach tasks; making it easier, comfortable and better in general.


The changes IoT has already made has been major, according to Applied Vision “the number of connected devices expected to grow 12% each year, increasing to 25 billion by 2020 and 125 billion devices by 2030, estimating that IoT spending will reach $772 billion in 2018, representing an increase of more than 14% from 2017.


Improved Transport System – Traffic congestion has always been a problem for cities, but thankfully, there are a few IoT solutions to tackle; stoplights with sensors for determining position, traffic data analytics used for analyzing each car’s behavior or transmitting vehicle related-data to city traffic management centers to help create improvements. Better organized traffic systems mean  a better flow of vehicles on the road, less idling cars, buses or trucks in traffic jams.


Industrial Growth – The IIoT will reform manufacturing by empowering the procurement and accessibility of far greater amounts of data, at far more prominent speeds, and much more effectively than before. Various innovative organizations have begun to execute the IIoT by leveraging intelligent, connected devices in their processing plants.


IoT Solutions Encourage Healthy Lifestyle – There’s still a long way to go for this, however the first important steps in achieving this goal have already been done; healthy habits, proactive condition monitoring, and early disease detection and prevention, as we know, make it much easier to increase life expectancy and enjoyment.


Safer Cities – Given the critical importance of security in cities, innovations in the IoT are increasingly improving the safety of city inhabitants. New services such as remotely connected CCTV and automated incident detection allow a quicker response to threats. IoT led crowd management system helps protect city inhabitants in busy, crowded areas. Smart street lighting, which helps lower crime rates and improves driving conditions, is another example of the measures city planners are taking to improve people’s safety.


Better Retail Experiences – The integration of IoT solutions will enable retail companies to create a successful marketing campaign based on customer behavior, deliver high-quality services, improve inventory management, and reduce operational costs.


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