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The so-called "Internet of things" will agglutinate the digital world with the physical world

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The so-called "Internet of things" will agglutinate the digital world with the physical world, causing objects to communicate with each other

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The world is increasingly interconnected and, through the Internet, we will see not only people communicating with each other but, objects "speaking" with each other, creating a true Internet of things.

As early as 1984, the legendary film the terminator took his first steps, when the character of Arnold Schwarzenegger accessed information about places, people and objects, only the scan of your look.
The Internet of things being a global network infrastructure based on default IP, creates a network of hundreds of billions of identifiable objects where physical things (objects) or virtual, with their unique identities to attributes, interoperate with each other and with the data centers and their computational clouds, with specific information systems.
The Internet of things will agglutinate the digital world with the physical world, allowing the objects form part of the information systems. Through it, we can add intelligence to the physical infrastructure that shapes our society: the smart refrigerator, will be able to report a lack of food in stock, get recipes in specialized sites and add products to the list of supermarket shopping. A chip on the box of milk, for example, warns the appliance near the expiration date.
Bring the real world to virtual world connections is more advantageous than succumbing to a virtual life too much.
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