The Digital Industrial Revolution is Here with IoT and Mobile App Integration

The Digital Industrial Revolution is Here with IoT and Mobile App Integration

There’s an app for that.” You must have heard this phrase in passing. This is certainly getting truer as tech advances to reach new heights and cloud platforms become all-encompassing. As the internet spreads its wings wider, newer apps are being built each day and are helping consumers manage life in general with ease. The IoT or the Internet of Things is already becoming a target of companies for expansion of their capital through gadgets, smartphones, household items, smart assistants, security locks, and even children’s toys. Amazon’s Alexa and Google Home are popular IoT tools that are being embedded in homes and even offices. Alexa Business is one such service that organizations deploy to increase productivity.

A few years ago, we used apps to maybe switch on an AC or turn on the TV. However, now with the commingling of IoT with mobile apps, newer ideas are creating a panorama of opportunities for the future. Here’s how IoT and Mobile App Integration is going to look in the future-

What Does It Contain?

1. 5G Integration for a Boost

5G wireless technology is making the news in the US, China, South Korea, and India among others. According to a research report by the GSM Association, 5G technology is expected to be used by 1.7 billion users worldwide and naturally, its integration into IoT will not only accelerate speed but open a vast circuit of opportunities. Till now, 5G’s conjugation with IoT has been circumscribed to smart cities for networking, cloud computing, CPE, FWA, etc. However, now the future will incorporate the inclusion of processes that require the usage of a high bandwidth such as automated shops, industries, vehicles, and other major public spaces of operations; for example, the healthcare industry will greatly benefit from such an integration- keeping in mind the current situation at play.

2. Edge Computing

The cloud is immense in its capacity and cloud computing is the mode of functioning for upcoming businesses and older ones transitioning from the cumbersome drag to the seamless efficiency of cloud computing. However, the future looks different with IoT devices of the future. It is being considered that to better analyze, eliminate, and assimilate important data before transmitting it to the cloud, it will be uploaded on a device that will filter out the extraneous information and then analyze it. Edge Computing plays a vital role through 5G integration and will take some burden off cloud storage by managing copious amounts of data with ease.

3. Management with Artificial Intelligence

AI power is being utilized not only by big industries but also in homes and now with IoT and it is going to get faster, more efficient, and optimized for a seamless user experience. The decision-making process is going to require minimal human intervention once this process is induced. According to a study done by IBM, 19% of the C-Suite reinventors are interested in the merger of IoT with AI, and mobility solutions will bring in improved productivity as companies align backend apps like CRM, ERP with mobile applications. These apps will make the comprehension procedure easier for even those who do not come from a tech or an IT background with the help of AI-powered chatbots that work on pattern recognition.

4. Smarter Homes, Smarter Cities, and Outdoor Experiences

The umbrella under which IoT-powered spaces flourish is ‘smart’. Smart automated homes, transportation, workplaces, shopping centers, and even gardens. Yes, it is already becoming a reality in Japan, Singapore, and Dubai- these places are becoming the prototypes for upcoming automated spaces. A supermarket in Singapore’s Pasir Panjang is fully automated with only smartphone apps to maneuver the finances and humanoids to pack and deliver products. This is what the future will hold- a digital industrial revolution that will turn the world into the latest version of an iPhone. It might elicit a mixed reaction from people but it will be more convenient.

5. Booming Businesses Relying on the IoT

Revenues can come from any field in the current scenario if you invest in digitizing it because even popular data reaffirms it. Since the Covid-19 pandemic, it has become even more important to streamline businesses according to the changing requirements of the industry and IoT is helping in incorporating flexibility in the same. Be it farming, healthcare, machinery, or tech services, IoT and Mobile App Integration hold the immense potential for expansion. Cision PRNewswire has stated that IoT will be worth USD 111.3 Billion by 2026. It can thus be estimated that associated businesses will definitely flourish as a result of the growth.

IoT and Mobile App Integration might be the catalyst one needs for a business if the future is to be envisioned because of the fact that most of the audience, clients, or population, in general, have shifted to mobile phones and like to keep everything arranged while on-the-go. It’s only plausible that mobile apps will be required for the precise utilization of IoT devices.

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Ajeet Singh

Ajeet Singh

Co-Founder & Director, Business Management
Ajeet is responsible for driving sales, forging strategic partnerships and managing key Client relationships in the United States and Canada. In the past, Ajeet has held consulting roles with various global technology leaders, such as Globallogic & HSBC in India.
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