From fitness trackers to smart thermostats, IoT devices have made our everyday lives easier by tracking and using data and information about the way we interact with the human world. IoT has been gradually picking up steam in the business world as well.
For example, UPS uses IoT sensors on its delivery trucks to collect data on drivers’ routes, delivery efficiency and truck performance. Disney World also employs IoT in its wearable “MagicBand” wristband, which not only allows guests to get on rides quickly, but also uses RFID tags to collect data and track their activities in the park.
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