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אתגרים ומשמעויות בבדיקות - Internet of Things - אלון לינצקי

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חמישי, 28 יוני 2018 18:54
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אתגרים ומשמעויות בבדיקות -Internet of Things- אלון לינצקי

(עולם הבדיקות גיליון #11)

תחום ה-Internet of Things) IoT) תפס תאוצה בשנתיים האחרונות, ונראה שהוא עומד להשפיע על תחומים רבים בחיינו – החל ברפואה, חקלאות, אנרגיה,

תחבורה, תעשייה, לבוש, בתים ואפילו ערים שלמות.

משמעות ה-IoT הינה חיבוריות של "הדברים" – מכשירים שעד כה לא היו מחוברים לאינטרנט או לרשת מידע, ויהיו מחוברים בעתיד הקרוב - עם יכולת

לשדר מידע ולעיתים גם לקבל הוראות ביצוע.

דוגמאות רבות קיימות כבר כיום, ביניהן חיבוריות של מקרר, טוסטר, תאורה בבית, מזגנים, דוד חשמלי, רכבים,

משאיות, מקומות חנייה, דלתות ועוד...

מאמר זה הופיע בגיליון #11 של מגזין עולם הבדיקות - לצפייה בפורמט המלא כולל קישורים וכד' ובשאר מאמרי גיליון זה:
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