Fundamentals of Internet of Things for Non-Engineers by Rebecca Lee Hammons, Ronald J. Kovac
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Overview: The IoT is the next manifestation of the Internet. The trend started by connecting computers to computers, progressed to connecting people to people, and is now moving to connect everything to everything. The movement started like a race-with a lot of fanfare, excitement, and cheering. We’re now into the work phase, and we have to figure out how to make the dream come true.
The IoT will have many faces and involve many fields as it progresses. It will involve technology, design, security, legal policy, business, artificial intelligence, design, Big Data, and forensics; about any field that exists now. This is the reason for this book. There are books in each one of these fields, but the focus wasalways "an inch wide and a mile deep." There’s a need for a book that will introduce the IoT to non-engineers and allow them to dream of the possibilities and explore the work venues in this area. The book had to be "a mile wide and a few inches deep." The editors met this goal by engaging experts from a number of fields and asking them to come together to create an introductory IoT book.
Genre: Non-Fiction – Tech & Devices
Fundamentals of Internet of Things for Non-Engineers
• Provides a comprehensive view of the current fundamentals and the anticipated future trends in the realm of Internet of Things from a practitioner’s point of view
• Brings together a variety of voices with subject matter expertise in these diverse topical areas to provide leaders, students, and lay persons with a fresh worldview of the Internet of Things and the background to succeed in related technology decision-making
• Enhances the reader’s experience through a review of actual applications of Internet of Things end points and devices to solve business and civic problems along with notes on lessons learned
• Prepares readers to embrace the Internet of Things era and address complex business, social, operational, educational, and personal systems integration questions and opportunities