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The Internet of Things Infographic

The Internet of Things Infographic

The Internet of Things Infographic

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You have probably heard of the “Internet of Things”, but may be wondering what it actually means. More and more everyday objects are becoming embedded with technology and the ability to connect via the internet. Just a few years ago, it would have been inconceivable to think that a car could drive itself, or that drones would be delivering food right to our doorstep. With technological advancements, both of these ideas will become realities in the very near future. Check out our infographic on the Internet of Things to learn more about smart devices and how they could be turning our homes into something straight out of a science fiction movie!

The Internet of Things devices infographic

The Internet of Things Infographic

The Internet of Things

Everyday objects, ‘things’, embedded with technology, which allows it to connect with other ‘things’ via the internet to achieve greater value or services.

Here is a snapshot of smart devices that can help make your home more fun, comfy and secure.

There will be 4.9 billion things connected to the internet in 2015.

By 2020, it could reach 25 billion…that’s more devices than there will be people

…that’s more devices than there will be people


Coming to a front door near you – food and pizza delivery and soon enough, online shopping deliveries will be delivered by drones.

Smart Watch

The Smart Watch combines styles and function to track your everyday activities.

Smart Bulbs

Phillips Hue Bulbs control your home’s ambience as well as security, and can even contribute to your health and well-being. You can also control your home lights, from anywhere in the world.


Wearable brands like Fitbit Flex, track your steps taken, your heart rate, distance travelled, calories burned, stairs climbed, and hours slept.

Smart Toothbrush

Oral B SmartSeries toothbrush tells you if you’re brushing too hard or long enough, and records brushing activity.

Smart Appliances

Refrigerators with Wi-Fi Enabled LCD allow you to browse the web, connect to your phone, and leave a note for a loved one, all from your fridge door.

Smart TV

They’re not just about connecting to the internet anymore. Now they have voice and hand gesture control, customized home screens and will give you TV show recommendations.

Smart Thermostat

The Nest Thermostat learns your schedule and habits, programs itself and can be controlled by your phone.

Smarts Sports Gear

Equipment with sensors that measure your performance, record it, and send the data to your phone.

Smart Car

Many Smart cars allow you to use your smart phone for keyless entry, set climate controls, access the built in wi-fi and locate your vehicle with GPS.

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