What is the Internet-of-Things (IoT)?

The Internet-of-Things, or IoT, is a network of physical objects (e.g. devices, vehicles, buildings) that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies that enable them to collect and exchange data. These objects are connected to the internet and can communicate with each other and other devices, allowing them to share data and perform actions based on that data.

The IoT has the potential to transform various industries and aspects of our daily lives by enabling a wide range of new applications and services. For example, IoT-enabled devices can be used to monitor and control the environment (e.g. temperature, lighting), track and manage assets (e.g. vehicles, equipment), and improve health care (e.g. remote monitoring of patients).

One of the key benefits of the IoT is the ability to collect and analyze large amounts of data from a variety of sources. This data can be used to gain insights and make better decisions, as well as to develop new products and services. For example, data collected from sensors in buildings can be used to improve energy efficiency and reduce costs, while data from sensors in vehicles can be used to improve safety and reduce emissions.

By leveraging existing IoT technology, Pallidus has created a secure and feature-rich system that is also cost-effective. This allows us to use the IoT to improve laboratory science in ways that were previously not possible.
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