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In recent years, the Internet of Things, its applications and development have attracted widespread attention and has become the strategic aim of numerous enterprises in the world for both economic and technological development.
The Internet of Things has changed the way people communicate with each other, has introduced the perception of the physical world & the control over it and enabled communication between people-things and things-things. Along with the development of the 5G networks, the Internet of “Every”thing will also become a reality.
In the past, IOST had stepped in the IoT field introduced by Ehang, a leading global enterprise partner of IOST, so, it is not the first time for IOST to explore blockchain + IoT applications.
IOST is pleased to announce that we have entered into a technical cooperation with INT Chain. INT Chain has accumulated vast application experience and enterprise resources in the field of IoT. In the future, both parties will jointly develop and accelerate the application of blockchain + IoT in real world; this will also become IOST’s establishment in the field of the Internet of Things.
Internet of Things — Internet of Everything
The Internet of Things is an extension of the current Internet.
IoT is a highly integrated and comprehensive application of next-gen IT, it uses perception technology and intelligent devices to perceive and identify the physical world. Through Internet transmission and interconnection, the IoT performs calculation, processing & knowledge mining, and realizes the information interaction and seamless link between people and things, things and things, that is, the interconnection of all things and deep perception to achieve real-time control, accurate management and and scientific decision-making of the physical world.
In recent years, the Internet of Things network and related businesses have developed rapidly; with the fast growing demand for access to things (both physical and virtual), existing ...
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