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.
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.
There are number of communication technologies available for interaction between IoT devices today, and the most popular ones are Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. But the problem with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology is high power consumption.