August 21st, 2015 | By Jscrambler | 5 min read
Up until recently, most of the information in “the cloud” was human-consumable; the information it contained has been accessed by, and been about, people.
The goal of the IoT is to create a network of “things” — electronic devices, sensors, and even people themselves — that not only has access to this wealth of information, but is also capable of communicating with it and each other.
Supporters of this movement often cite many benefits, a few of which include improved automation in nearly every industrial field, improved economy, lower pollution, and so on. In other words, the main goal is an improved quality of life for all.
Tessel 2 
The Tessel 2 is a development board that comes with integrated wi-fi, an ethernet port, two USB ports, and two Tessel module ports. Each Tessel module has a companion source library downloadable via the Node Package Manager, and there are plenty of tutorials and instructions available online to get you up and running quickly.
Kinoma Create 
The internet of things is revolutionising our lives, but standards are a must