Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology (AJCST)
An Analysis on Internet of Things (IoT) for Smart HealthcareAuthor : S. Sapna
Volume 8 No.1 Special Issue:February 2019 pp 18-20
The rapid evolution in the numbers of devices is connected to the Internet of Things and the increase of data. Internet of Things (IoT) refers to identifying a physical object through internet. The term Internet of Things is the concept of uniting computers and networks to monitor and control devices has been around for years. Any object can be connected in internet and it can be accessible from anywhere in the world using internet. Internet of things (IoT) is a fast growing user friendly technology which allows everything to be connected together and also allows effective communication between connected things. Intelligent devices of IoT like Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tags, smart sensors, and smart dust are connected on large network with unique accessibility. IoT exchanges data in small seconds and also it consumes less power. It makes human life comfortable and builds a smarter world. This paper provides an overview on the role of Internet of Things in smart healthcare management.
Devices, Internet of Things, Healthcare, Human, Life, Large, Network
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