Internet of Things (IoT) It is the natural evolution, and direction, of all the technological advances of the past decade. The interconnection has become the invisible thread that connects things, making dialogue, cooperate and interact in the service of man.
Home Automation, smart cars, telework, industry, automation and services.
It is a striking example of the electronic school records, always accessible by parents who, in every moment of the day, They can control the outcome of the math test or any truancy.
The Internet of Things and all its derivations are creating jobs for professionals who until ten years ago were unimaginable. Alongside experienced social media manager, capable of dominating from every point of view this new subject, There are highly specialized basic profiles to ensure good interconnection operation and safety of the actors who are part.
The greatest power of the Internet of Things is the ability to connect different objects, transcending all limits or compatibility in terms of materials, size and purpose. We think the house where the smart alarm system communicates with doors and gates, where the lighting system is connected to the smartphone and where, at least in the more advanced, at a distance it is possible to fill the water for the tub.
Wonderful but who controls the gear does not jam? The man: super technicians and skilled engineers dedicated through checks and tests ensure that the objects and products placed on the market under.
Internet of Things go hand in hand with security and, the more they are ambitious and technological products put on the market the more you need to be careful. The European Commission has also activated to accelerate the development of IoT and increase the safety standards.
The guidelines of the European Community particularly referring to the need to regulate the connection between equipment and objects, different from each other, creating a universal grading and quality verification system.
A classification system and specific testing trying to answer a series of logical and very natural questions:
If you connect your machine to the wireless network of the house what will happen?
How will the connection?
And above all what the outcome?
If the table becomes extendable controlled from your smartphone (maybe just when you're cooking and you want to optimize time) how to ensure that everything happens in safety?
See this example:
- The table must be verified from the mechanical point of view because, if someone would sit above, may break;
- To be able to lengthen, the table must have an electric motor so require electrical safety testing;
- The connection with your smartphone involves a radio connection which will therefore require specific checks;
- When people are sitting at the table are exposed to harmful electromagnetic fields?
This also requires an audit.
- All materials must be suitable to stay in a home environment, and so on…
All this serves to make life easier and safer implies that consumers and producers of innovative and fascinating objects not endanger.
Knowledge of the Internet of Things is a matter that also very interested manufacturers. When the slow-cooker pot will be on the network it is necessary that the parent is informed about regulations, the potential and risks.
This is related to the relationship between objects, Internet and people. The Internet of Things not only creates new professionals, also creates new relationships among the major industry players in a major macro-access both offline and online.
The more networked objects talk, more coordinated their operation will be.
More safety standards are applied, the lower the risk of an accident.
The IoT Behind the sparkling color technology, Behind the glamor of lights remoted, sensors and houses that manage themselves, It recounts the evolution of the primordial human need to relate to each other.
They said the Greeks already with the concept of agora, he said it Aristotle who coined the definition of social animal, but also the television, Age of first widespread, had the task of unifying from a linguistic point of view, an Italy divided between a thousand dialects. Being part of a network, a social system is a basic need for humans. The Internet of Things is its natural evolution, a great system that not only connects the objects and devices but connect to each other all the people who use it and the industry.
Sicom Testing It is a clear example of this offline and online access.
With its specialized laboratories, It makes a link between the manufacturers, entrepreneurs and the target market.
Thanks to a series of specific tests, calibrated on European standards and the evolution of the industry, Sicom Testing cooperates with companies to commercialize products safe.
His philosophy, a bit 'as the logical network and iperconnessione, is dialogue between highly skilled technicians searching for the perfect solution.