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Traditional Finding VS IOT(Internet of Things) Finding

Traditional Finding VS IOT(Internet of Things) Fin...

  • Traditional finding and IoT (Internet of Things) finding are two different approaches to locating or tracking objects or information. Let's explore the differences between these two methods:

  • Traditional Finding

    1. Definition: Traditional finding refers to the conventional methods or approaches used to locate or track objects without the use of advanced technology or the internet.

    2. Human-Centric: Traditional finding typically relies on human-based methods, such as using physical maps, or following signs and landmarks to get assets.

    3. Limited Connectivity: Traditional finding methods do not require internet connectivity or reliance on smart devices. Instead, they rely on human senses, knowledge,book.

    4. Scope: Traditional finding is generally suited for local or familiar environments where people can rely on their own knowledge or ask others for directions.

    5. Examples: Traditional finding methods include asking for directions from people, using paper maps, following signs, using physical landmarks, or memorizing familiar routes.

  • IoT (Internet of Things) Finding:

    1. Definition: IoT finding refers to the use of interconnected smart devices and sensors to locate or track objects or information through the internet.

    2. Device-Centric: IoT finding relies on smart devices, sensors, and interconnected technologies to gather, process, and transmit data. It involves devices communicating with each other over the internet to provide location or tracking information.

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    3. Enhanced Connectivity: IoT finding requires internet connectivity and relies on smart devices like smartphones, GPS devices, beacons, or other IoT-enabled gadgets.

    4. Wide Scope: IoT finding has a broader scope as it can provide location-based services and tracking across various geographical areas, indoors, and outdoors.

    5. Examples: IoT finding methods include GPS-based navigation systems in cars, location services on smartphones, asset tracking using IoT tags, and real-time tracking of fleet vehicles or packages.

  • In summary, traditional finding relies on human-based methods and physical tools, and it is suitable for local and familiar environments. On the other hand, IoT finding leverages smart devices, sensors, and the internet to provide location-based services, tracking, and real-time information across broader geographical areas. IoT finding offers enhanced connectivity, automation, and scalability, making it suitable for various applications, including asset tracking, logistics, navigation, and smart city solutions.


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