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IoT

The Internet of Things has emerged as a set of technologies from Wireless Sensors Networks (WSN) to Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), that provide the capabilities to sense, actuate with and communicate over the Internet.

The reason for this lack of transparency, in most cases, is the analog gap between all the systems within the company as well as across company boundaries.

Nowadays, an IoT device can be an electronic device from a wearable to a hardware development platform and the range of applications where it can be used encompass many areas of the society.

Uniquely Identifiable Nodes

Uniquely identifiable nodes are essentially just primary sensors that communicate without human interaction using different connectivity methods. With the addition of smart contracts and the blockchain, interaction-automation processes have never been faster or easier.

Gateways
These act as intermediaries between things and the cloud to provide the needed connectivity, security, and manageability.
Network infrastructure
This is comprised of routers, aggregators, gateways, repeaters and other devices that control and secure data flow.
Cloud infrastructure
Cloud infrastructure contains large pools of virtualized servers and storage that are networked together with computing and analytical capabilities.

Key issues in the utility industry

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High Data Security
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Real-time tracking
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Stronger cloud management
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Better automation process
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Identity for IoT devices
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Better compliances
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Data anonymity for extra privacy
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More access control
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End-to-end visibility
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Firewall against DDoS attacks
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Stronger data validation process
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Encryption for multifactor authorization
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Secure communication gateway
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Better quality control in IoT manufacturing
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Collaborative environment for shared economy

Suitable enterprise blockchain platforms for IoT

Helium

Helium is a decentralized, open wireless network built on a new blockchain for the physical world. It relies on a novel type of work called Proof of Coverage, and a new consensus algorithm (based on HoneyBadger BFT). The Helium Network is used to route data for long-range, lower power IoT devices that use Helium's LongFi protocol.

HNT

Helium

IOTA

IOTA is transaction settlement and data transfer layer for the Internet of Things (IoT). It's distributed ledger, the Tangle, is based on a data structure referred to as a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG). In the Tangle there are no blocks or miners, and every transaction on the Iota network must validate two previous transactions through a small proof-of-work (PoW).

MIOTA

IOTA

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