The Internet of Things (IoT), or "Internet of Everything", is an extended and expanded network based on the Internet. It combines a variety of information sensing devices with the Internet to form a huge network that can be implemented at any time. At any place, people, machines and things are interconnected.
The Internet of Things is an important part of the new generation of information technology. The IT industry is also called: pan-interconnected, which means that things are connected and everything is connected. Thus, "the Internet of Things is the Internet of Things." This has two meanings: first, the core and foundation of the Internet of Things is still the Internet, which is an extended and expanded network based on the Internet; second, its user terminal is extended and expanded to any item and item for information Exchange and communication. Therefore, the definition of the Internet of Things is to use radio frequency identification, infrared sensors, global positioning systems, laser scanners and other information sensing equipment to connect any item with the Internet in accordance with agreed protocols for information exchange and communication to achieve A network of intelligent identification, positioning, tracking, monitoring and management of items