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Internet of Thing 2.0: Internet of Everything


30/09/2016

We all know the concept Internet of Things (IoT). It refers, as Banafa (2014) says, to the physical objects network that are accessed over the Internet, thanks to the technology that is in incorporated in these objects that can interact with the external environment. The accumulation of data that these objects shed allows us to create a technological network between physical objects, which, with good analytical system, allows you to collect a huge amount of very useful data to optimize systems and processes information, and improve the ability to take strategic decisions in any business or company.

Internet of Everything (IoE) goes beyond that. Cisco (2013) defines it as “the process of bringing together people, processes, data and things to get connections more valuable and relevant than ever network, converting information into actions that create new capabilities, richer experiences and unprecedented economic opportunities for businesses, individuals and even countries. ” In other words, the IoE is the smart connexion betwee people, processes, data and things. Actually there are billions of objects with sensors capable of detecting, measuring, or assessing their own state, and that information is accessible on the network. In the past, such information could only be measured manually, and required the participation of human beings to such an assessment.

The four key elements in the Internet of Everything are focused on creating a network in which people around the world are connected valuable and useful way, these people optimize their strategic decisions with information that the accumulation and analysis of data gives , optimize the process of informational transfer, choosing the right time and the right person, and monitor the status and interaction of physical objects, which until few years ago was unthinkable to control automatically.

The only difference between these two concepts is that the Internet of Things is one of the parts of the Internet of Everything. The IoT has always referred to the connection between physical objects, but the IoE goes further and aims to create a single network, combining data, people, things and processes of interaction between them.

In short, today’s data is information, and information is money. Therefore, the need of gathering as much information as you can to further treat it, makes a priority in the business world to install measuring sensors in all objects in the world, so that the objects themselves are coordinated and information can facilitate many of the daily processes that we know, as duration of traffic lights depending on traffic, automatic switch on of the street lighting depending on the amount of natural light that has each day (depending on weather conditions, etc.). The final objective is the synchronization between physical objects to streamline quotidian processes such as network traffic or public lighting network.

The question that everybody is asking now is: how many jobs will be removed because of the automation of these processes? And the most important: How long will last the technology to automate my job, and make me become dispensable in the working environment?

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