Time
1 hour 44 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
2

Video Transcription

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hi
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and welcome to lessen for that one off the end user cyber fundamentals course.
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This lesson will be focused on I O T devices and what they are.
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In this lesson,
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you will learn what I o t means,
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and we will review examples of I O T devices.
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So what does I don't see mean anyway?
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I. O. T. Is an acronym for Internet of Things.
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The Common definition off Internet of Things Devices refers to connected devices
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beyond the standard devices like computers, laptops, smartphones, etcetera
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that can transfer data over a network without requiring any human input.
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I'll see Technology supports consumer, commercial, industrial and infrastructure spaces with remote monitoring capabilities.
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The selection of these devices is vast and growing every year and includes devices such a smart voice assistance, speakers and surveillance cameras and includes many types of medical equipment, environmental sensors and smart appliances.
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There is a lot of research out there reporting the estimated amount of I O T devices.
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There is an average of 20 to 26 billion I OT devices today.
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As you can see from this slide,
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there are a Iot T devices that touch every part of our lives
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and the i o. T. Use cases and technology will continue to grow and expand.
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Here are some examples of consumer I O T devices.
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Appliances such as refrigerators, vacuum clothes, washers and dryers. Microwaves and hot water heaters.
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Smart TV's printers, cameras and doorbells,
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connected toys and baby monitors,
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thermostats, lightbulbs, mirrors, smart locks and water sensors.
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You can control these devices remotely and even automatically order required products such as printer ink cartridges and other things.
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Here are some example of commercial I O T devices.
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Medical and healthcare applications
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also refer to as I'll Mt.
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Internet of medical things and smart healthcare
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these air used for medical and health related purposes. Data collection analysis for research and monitoring.
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These devices can be used remotely to monitor the blood pressure, heart rate glucose levels off patients or elderly from the patient's home and alert the hospital staff.
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There are also wearables like Fitbit and other fitness or human behavior tracking devices.
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There are many other use cases in this category, such as environmental control, logistics and fleet management to track cargo and building automation to track a building's energy consumption. And let's not forget smart cars
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and Lastly, there are industrial Iot T devices, which are also refer to as I O. T. And are used to help regulate and monitor industrial systems that support agriculture, such as farming and manufacturing systems.
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Infrastructure. Iot devices are also used to monitor and control operations of sustainable urban and rural infrastructures like bridges. Railway tracks on and off shore wind forms is a key application off the infrastructure. I O. T
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is your television and I o t device.
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If your television is a smart TV
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and connects to the Internet, then yes, it is considered an I. O. T. Device.
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In this lesson, we discussed Internet of things.
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We reviewed what Internet of things means
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covered various industry and personal use applications of these devices
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as well as examples.
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Thank you, and I will see you in the next lesson.

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