Climate change has led to unpredictable weather conditions. There are many weather stations around the world that are used by researchers and government agencies to observe, record, and analyze weather patterns to study climate changes and provide weather forecasts.
Wearable Technology, as fascinating and futuristic as it sounds, will soon become a reality. Ten years ago nobody would have thought that we would have a palm-sized computer called smartphones everywhere in our pockets.
Now days finding parking in busy areas is very hard and there is no system to get the details of parking availability online. Imagine if you can get the parking slot availability information on your phone and you don’t have roaming around to check the availability.
Automation has only become possible because of Robots and now they are doing most of the work in industries. Robots are programmed to do repeated tasks, but they can also be operated manually to do some sophisticated tasks like surgeries.
Farmers across the world face a lot of difficulties in growing crops because of unpredictable weather conditions and shortage of water. The traditional irrigation system uses a large amount of water and supplies uneven water to corps.
Internet of Things (IoT) was among the technologies alien for most countries in the world, however, its penetration has increased to a whole new extent, giving rise to the development of ‘intelligent’ and ‘smart’ devices.
Over the last few years, we have witnessed a tremendous increase in IoT products worldwide. IoT involves many devices that are connected over the internet and are used to carry out processes and services that enhance human living.
Battery is the most important component for any device as it powers the whole system. And it is important to monitor the voltage level of the battery as improper charging and discharging of a lithium battery may lead to a big safety issue.