The Further Development of the Internet of Things, Part 1 Introduction to the Internet of Behaviors
With the Internet of Things, smart devices have taken their place in households and companies. The logical consequence is the Internet of Behaviors, which deals with human behaviors on the basis of the IoT data masses.
The Internet of Things with all its conveniences is now followed by the inevitable question of what people are doing in it.
The smart coffee machine, the intelligent light switch, the on-board computer in the electric car or the logistics in the company: smart devices and near-radio systems such as RFID, comprehensively networked with Bluetooth, WLAN and mobile radio connections, are the basis for the Internet of Things.
In the past ten years or so, smart technology has spread rapidly and widely: even the smallest niche could be networked. The Internet of Things revolution is practical in everyday life and at work. And, of course, it also generates enormous amounts of data.