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Paper Title : SURVEY ABOUT CONNECTING DEVICES USING IOE
ISSN : 2395-1303
Year of Publication : 2020
MLA Style: DR.S.Hemalatha,ABINESH.A,SOORYA PRASAD.T. R,VIGNESH.M SURVEY ABOUT CONNECTING DEVICES USING IOE " Volume 6 - Issue 2(1-5) March - April,2020 International Journal of Engineering and Techniques (IJET) ,ISSN:2395-1303 , www.ijetjournal.org
APA Style: DR.S.Hemalatha,ABINESH.A,SOORYA PRASAD.T. R,VIGNESH.M SURVEY ABOUT CONNECTING DEVICES USING IOE " Volume 6 - Issue 2(1-5) March - April,2020 International Journal of Engineering and Techniques (IJET) ,ISSN:2395-1303 , www.ijetjournal.org
The internet of everything (IoE) is a broad term that refers to devices and consumer products connected to the internet and outfitted with expanded digital features. It is a philosophy in which technology's future is comprised of many different types of appliances, devices and items connected to the global internet. IoE is based on the idea that in the future, internet connections will not be restricted to laptop or desktop computers and a handful of tablets, as in previous decades. Instead, machines will generally become smarter by having more access to data and expanded networking opportunities. The applications of the internet of everything is used as Fog computing, Cyber security. This Paper explains about the devices that are connected to a mobile phone application in which the application can be tracked with each other and the facial recognition principle is used wherein when the person visits the house then by using the camera the face can be recognized and it can be brought to the application. By the use of the Global Positioning System (GPS) which is inserted in the vehicle, can be trackedusing this application.
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