Another new amendment to the Wi-Fi standard! Every new generation of Wi-Fi brings an opportunity to pause and consider the transformational changes that will be affecting us in the coming years. Today, Wi-Fi networks already experience bandwidth-intensive media content and multiple Wi-Fi devices per user. Moving forward, networks will face a continued dramatic increase in the number of devices, a tripling of the total global IP traffic, and a diverse range of new technologies that will all heavily rely on Wi-Fi.
Internet of things (IoT) is combination of information technology (IT) with operational technology (OP) connected via virtual intelligence and interface used in various sectors to send, control, and receive data with/without human intervention. The technology simplifies human efforts and reduces need for manual interference. IoT is an interconnected system of mechanical systems, computing devices, and digital technology, devices, and human beings.
The Geographic Information System market is majorly driven by infrastructural developments such as smart cities, water and land management, utility, and urban planning. Advancements in Geographic Information System technologies, such as geo-analytics and integrated location-based data services, are also boosting the adoption of Geographic Information System in various regional markets, thereby driving the market demand over the forecast period.