One of the most attractive and innovative technological trends of the last decade is IoT, a concept that refers to a digital interconnection of objects of daily use linked to the Internet.

Knowing the Internet of Things

The concept of the Internet of Things (IoT) was first made known at the end of the ’90s in the Auto-ID Center of the MIT, in the middle of a research to achieve the identification of objects through radio-frequency in the network and the implementation of sensor technology.

One of the most attractive and innovative technological trends of the last decade is IoT, a concept that refers to a digital interconnection of objects of daily use linked to the Internet. 

The main objective of MIT’s original research was to connect the Internet ledgers, thermostats, refrigerators, parcels, lamps, first-aid kits, automotive parts, by equipping with ID devices, so that there were no items out of inventory or expired medicines to know exactly their location and how they are consumed in the world. With such technology, there would be no loss, you would know what’s turnedon and what’sturned off at all times.

All this through an Internet connection that would link more objects than people, under the concept that if the objects of daily life had radio tags incorporated, they could be identified and managed by other equipment in the same way that humans could.

The reality of “everything connected”

The prior objective seems to have been achieved today because there’s an irreversible trend nowadaysabout having everything linked to the Internet. There is already a wide variety of basic devices for people’s daily lives that have a Wi-Fi connection to provide more comfort to users by making day-to-day life easier at home, in the office, a shopping center, or even in a health center.

In a world where the implementation of these new technologies opens a universe of possibilities for developers, Arian sees in the Internet of Things a gateway to expand the application of our Proof of Achievement protocol.

Commands that turn lights on or off, or open and close taps are no longer strange. Moreover, these might seem obsolete compared to the commands that can be executed by a gadget that not only monitors the temperature of a house, but also controls its security through a 360 ° camera that works by commands activated kilometers away from a smartphone through an app.

Arian in the IoT

In the midst of this, the Arian blockchain wants to make the most out of this trend to make a Smart Home an element capable of applying Smart Interactive Mining, by using any device that has the conditions to connect to the Internet through Wi-Fi as a capable element of generating income through the mining of Arian Coin.

Through the so-called Smart Home Devices, Arian can make this profitable fusion of the Internet applied to things a reality because through the use of everyday technologies, a user will not only have an intelligent home but will also make home activities something very productive.

This could be seen when activating a robot to vacuum the floor of the house, which can generate real rewards for achieved goals when fulfilling tasks while being connected to the Arian Interactive Node. The same can happen with other home devices like the washing machine, gadgets to save electricity consumption, and many other examples.

Undoubtedly, IoT greatly improves the development of everyday home life, offices and public places, and it also makes it possible for the connected elements to be productive, through the implementation of an effective protocol like thePoAch.

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