New York, NY, August 09, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- HQSoftware specialists have gathered noteworthy historic facts on Internet of Things and brings them the readers in a new blog post and a comprehensive infographic.
The history of the Internet of Things covers a lot of events that are related to the development of wireless connectivity, various devices, sensors, and so on. The first important part of the IoT development process was a first wireless voice transmission performed over the radio. Later then the computers were invented, and the development of connected appliances started taking off. Now HQSoftware will take a look at the most important events that predefined the IoT development course.
1989. Tim Burners-Lee proposed the World Wide Web - an informational space accessible via the Internet.
1990. At the annual UBM exhibition, the first-ever IoT-like device was introduced. It was a toaster connected to a computer.
1997. The first symposium on wearable computers was held. The topics of discussion were wearables performance parameters, communication capabilities and other.
1999. At the presentation for Procter and Gamble, Kevin Ashton introduced the term "Internet of Things" that we all use now.
2000. "Internet of things" term became popular and started to appear in magazines, expo speeches and so on.
2008. The first international conference on IoT took place in Switzerland. The authors from 23 countries participated to discuss IoT development, sensor networks and other topics.
So far the IoT is still growing and evolving, bringing more innovation to enterprises and everyday lives. To learn the full history of IoT and see a comprehensive infographic, readers can see more in the new article
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