What is the Internet of Things (IoT)? Analysts estimate that it is quickly growing with the expectation of 50 billion connected devices by 2020. But what is it really? Click here to find out how Texas Instruments is connecting the IoT now with the industry's broadest portfolio of embedded wireless connectivity technologies, microcontrollers, processors and analog solutions.
Featured Applications: Smart Grid
The IoT will extend the connected benefits of the smart grid beyond the distribution, automation and monitoring by utility providers and help consumers monitor their own usage and adjust behaviors. TI technologies are making a smarter and more connected grid. For more information on TI's Smart Grid offerings go to www.ti.com/smartgrid.
The Internet of Things will deliver a smarter grid to enable more information and connectivity throughout the infrastructure and to homes. This white paper discusses the different approaches being taken worldwide to connect the smart grid. This whitepaper discusses approaches and examples on how TI is developing full system solutions to build a smarter and more connected smart grid.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly evolving. Get a better understanding of the challenges in obtaining horizontal and vertical application balance and the key fundamentals required to attain the expected 50 billion connected devices in 2020. Read more about TI's vision for the IoT in this whitepaper.