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Internet Of Things

IoT.  Refers to the possibility of the Internet to connect to the world of elementary things. Therefore, objects of any nature, whether small or large, become recognizable to the Web (Internet), in order to communicate data about themselves and receive data from other devices. The use of the concept “Internet of things” (IoT) can also be generalized, since it can be transposed from the WEB to business applications, when the data of individual objects are shared in a business network. For example, in the field of railway applications, since it can have a proprietary network at its disposal, for example a Network of Railway Devices (NoRD) with standard safety protocol (PVS), the generalised IoT concept makes it possible: distributed intelligence in remote devices, greater connectivity, standardisation of protocols and functions. This stems from the need to have more and more real-time information about a system, about: management, monitoring, maintenance, operating economy, making devices communicate with each other. The realization of complex and extended systems, such as ERTMS and ACCM, requires more and more innovative solutions, highly available, able to provide a large amount of data and at the same time able to reduce the initial cost and subsequent maintenance costs. Therefore, it is necessary to use more and more innovative interfaces/devices that are able to provide better characteristics than traditional solutions; for example: greater reliability, greater availability, greater safety, greater maintainability, greater ease of installation with a considerable reduction in times and interfaces/devices. The “doing IoT” neologism is in use, to indicate making IoT applications, both on the Internet and generalized in a company context

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