Power Management in Internet of Things (IoT) and Connected Devices

Published: 13 Apr 2015

The Internet of things (IoT) is a computing innovation whereby everyday physical objects are connected to the Internet. These objects are then able to identify themselves to other devices. In diverse areas including factory automation, home appliances, and wearable body sensors, the IoT is set to change life for the better. Smart phones, tablets, and other smart devices are increasingly being used as connected devices and as communication gateways for other devices. The entire IoT value chain is comprised of devices that are both intelligent and connected; the complexity of this ecosystem has significantly increased the demand for power. By 2020, each person is likely to have an average of 5.1 connected devices, and these devices would permeate multiple facets of various industries.

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