Unlike standard testing, in IoT testing, it is not just enough to ensure the device works properly but is equally important to ensure the device performs the intended function on the IoT scheme of things. For smooth and seamless functioning of IoT devices, comprehensive and all-encompassing testing methods is indispensable.
The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to revolutionize the way we live, work and have fun. Imagine a life when your refrigerator has the intelligence to auto-order groceries through the linked up smartphone before stocks run out or if the television auto records shows and transmits it to the smartphone for you to watch at leisure or if lights can switch on and off with motion sensor technology. Most of all, the potential for businesses to unlock new opportunities and improve customer satisfaction are endless. IoT is a technology that converges micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), wireless network and the internet, with devices connected to each other on a real time basis. Needless to say, it requires a great deal of synchronization and co-ordination to ensure everything works smoothly, without any hitches. Just as in a domino chain, one spindle anywhere in the chain can have a cascading effect, slightest of snag will throw the entire set-up into disarray, delivering opposite effect than intended.
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