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The Internet of Things (commonly referred to as IoT) refers to the collective network of interconnected devices as well as the technology that facilitates communication between them and the cloud.
We now have billions of devices connected to the internet as a result of the development of low-cost computer chips and high bandwidth telecommunication.This means that everyday devices like vacuum cleaners, cars, and machines can employ sensors to gather data and respond intelligently to users.
IoT engineers have various technical skills, so they can handle the complexities of your IoT system.
In general, IoT engineers have proficiency in programming languages, such as Java, C++, Python, or C#.
Other technical skills that IoT engineers have include hardware programming, software architecture, database management, debugging, testing, and project management.
IoT solutions vary greatly and require a wide range of hardware and software. IoT solutions can range from a simple temperature monitoring system to a complex supply chain tracking system.
IoT engineers have the necessary IoT knowledge to build your application. They can easily solve typical IoT problems or know what hardware and software needs to be used in a specific IoT scenario.
IoT engineers are detail-oriented and pay close attention to the small details of a project.
They can notice a small code error or a misplaced wire or sensor. They can identify and solve the problem quickly before it becomes a major issue.
This is especially important when developing an IoT system that has to work in an integrated environment, connecting with other systems.
IoT engineers can find solutions to problems as they arise and learn from their mistakes.
If the system does not work as intended, they can identify the issue and resolve it as quickly as possible.
Whether you’re creating a quick prototype or an entire IoT-powered business application, you’ll need an IoT engineer to help with the data, hardware, and software considerations of your IoT initiative.
For example, an IoT engineer with knowledge of microcontrollers and protocols can work on a project that uses a microcontroller board, such as Arduino.
Similarly, an IoT engineer with knowledge on cloud services and how to integrate them with their application can work on a project that uses a cloud service, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS).