Chapter 20. Azure and the Internet of Things

For me, one of the most exciting areas of technology in the last few years is the Internet of Things (IoT). I don’t quite believe that a dishwasher or fridge needs to be connected to the internet just yet, and there are valid privacy concerns over a TV or audio device that’s permanently connected to the internet and always listening for the sound of your voice to issue a command. There are, however, a lot of a practical applications for IoT devices. You could have manufacturing equipment report on its health status, generate maintenance alerts, and allow operators to understand its efficiency across multiple factories around the world. A trucking company could stream telemetry from its vehicles about ...

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