Internet Of Things And Media Convergence
Internet of Things is connecting objects and devices to the internet.
Media convergence is defined as blurring boundaries between industry and services (Guo Liu and Chai, 2014).
One example of IoT media convergence is air pollution monitoring through smart phone.
Iot And Media Control (Contd.)
IoT has made a number of inventions in media industry like UHD TVs and others (Keoh Kumar and Tschofenig, 2014).
The emerging technology will also help the industry in analysing customer demand patterns.
Production and distribution operations of this particular industry is controlled by IoT.
Iot And Media Monopolies
Converging or integrating various industries into a single industry (Ansari et al., 2015).
Data will be gathered and stored in a single platform.
The data stored will be accessible by other media industries via the internet.
Tomorrow The World
In future, IoT will rule the world with all the media devices connected to each other.
One such example of IoT media convergence is connection of smart phone to the refrigerator (Al-Fuqaha et al., 2015).
When the milk in the refrigerator gets spoilt then alarm message is sent to the mobile.
The person will then purchase milk from the grocery shop.
Advantages And Disadvantages Of Using Iot
Helps to reduce cost and time spent.
Compatibility between device and network is not achieved.
Helps to improve the quality of life.
Gives excellent automation and control.
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