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1.1.3 The Impact of Digital Transformation on Business

1.1.3 The Impact of Digital Transformation on Business

Introduction to Internet Of Things: Everything is Connected


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1.1.3 The Impact of Digital Transformation on Business


Smart Home Automation

  • Digital Technology has enabled business to innovate their approach to interacting with society. People from all generations are more comfortable with digital technology and are using smart devices to their advantage throughout their busy days.


Smart Buildings

  • Many companies now provide some or all of their services on-line. From the comfort of your home, car, gym, or office, you can shop for groceries on-line, order restaurant meals to be delivered to your door, book travel on-line, order clothes, camping gear, taxis, stay connected to friends, or meet a new love interest.


Sensors are everywhere generating massive amounts of data.

  • Smart homes can be equipped with motion sensors, water sensors, light sensors, doorbell sensors, and temperature sensors. There can be sensors in traffic lights, transport trucks, parking garages, security cameras, trains, and planes. All of these sensors and measuring devices collect and transmit their data. The data can be stored and analyzed at a later date or it can be analyzed immediately to be used to modify computers, mobile devices, or processes of any sort.

How is the stored and analyzed data used?

  • Business
  • Government
  • City



Question 1)

This is a multiple choice question. Once you have selected an option, select the submit button below Analyzed sensor data provides benefits to business but not to governments.

  • True
  • False



Question 2)

This is a multiple choice question. Once you have selected an option, select the submit button below Sensors have compiled data on the number of bicycles sold in a city. How might the city use this information?

  • to evaluate the physical fitness level of residents in a particular area
  • to determine inventory requirement in sports stores
  • to determine the number of bike paths to be created in the city
  • to determine the effect of car emissions on the envirnoment