Big data is not just useful to the businesses but is also beneficial to the end users. The users today do not have the time and resources to take care and handle all information that they use regularly. They need devices to hold the data and render the expected results. Therefore, it is needed that the devices be able to interact in order to render correct data which is why the concept of ‘connected devices’ becomes so important. The devices can trap the data through sensors as well as actuators. Only then can the information be rendered according to the user anticipations.
There is no denying the fact that the machines cannot work like a human nervous system. The robots so far been developed have not leveraged decision making functions. With the barriers now been reduced, the devices can interact with the environment with ease. The self driving cars are deemed to adjust speed and hit brakes as per the traffic situation.
Big data Analytics have also eased out the process of filtering the searched results, therefore only the relevant content by way of ads, and other promotional data is viewed that is actually wanted by the user. The experience of online shopping has also simplified as the users can analyze their choices even before they have been to the stored for selecting as well as purchasing the items. Sensors and actuators are being used to manage the traffic system of an entire city. Also the bridges are being built with sensors fitted on to the bridges to record the material depletion and relay the same data back to the maintenance centers.
Our complete renaissance fro the Internet of things to the Genomic Revolution is dependent upon the proper assortment, collection and maintenance of data so that only the most relevant choice can be made in the least possible time.
By: Ridhima Gupta
Posted: October 30, 2014, 12:35 pm
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