The Internet of Things Explained.
One of the latest technologic buzzwords is The Internet of Things, or IOT for short. But the question is, ‘What is the Internet of Things?’ The short answer, in a nutshell, it is everything that requires a connection to the internet other than the usual things such as PC’s, Laptops, Mobile Phones etc. It is an internet connection of inanimate objects, and you will be surprised at how many devices need to use The Internet of Things (IOT devices).
What Uses The Internet of Things?
IOT devices include such things as vending machines, that will notify the supplier when they need restocking, the cash emptying or if there is a problem with the machine, IE a can or packet of crisps jammed. It includes dog or cat collars, that can track where they are it. Even such things as parking meters, letting the vendor know when they are full, or even if someone has overstayed their welcome. The more obvious IOT devices are such things as couriers, where you can track your parcel, taxis, so when they say they are round the corner, you can see if they really are. The Internet of Things can also keep an eye on the health of a device, see whether there is a problem, if it needs fixing, this saves companies time and money.
So How Does the Internet of Things Work?
Unlike the current mobile internet, which is based on cellular and Wifi, IOT uses Long Fi, it has 200x the range of a router and a much more affordable solution than using expensive cellular (mobile) data. Devices connect to local hub spots (or hot spots) to transmit their data and the hubs also talk to each other to triangulate and determine positioning as well as proof of coverage, It is estimated that it will take over the next 5-8 years to set up hub spots globally to meet demands and the goal is to have 1 hub spot in a radius of every 300m on the planet (where feasible)
Get Paid to Install a Home IOT HubSpot!
As the hub spots need to be placed, companies such as Helium Inc. are paying people a residual income to have a hub spot in their home or business, every hub spot place will generate an income, so in effect anybody who wanted to earn from the IOT can do so. As well as receiving a weekly income, users can also refer others and are paid an ongoing referral fee. This is very much the same as Bitcoin Mining, but without the need for expertise, simply pay a nominal registration fee, then a security deposit or alternatively a low monthly rental fee to lease a HubSpot, plug it in and it will generate you cash 24/7 day in day out. And unlike bitcoin mining setups, a home hub uses very little power consumption, in fact equivalent to that of an LED bulb.
To find out more on how you can get involved and get a second income with a HubSpot, visit https://join.heliumtrack.app/markbrad and watch the videos..