The definition of the Internet of Things is still in flux. Commonly abbreviated as the IoT, this rapidly expanding network of internet-connected devices is under constant scrutiny from academic and policymaking organizations. Just recently, a scientific paper gave an overview of the city of Valencia’s efforts to integrate its burgeoning IoT infrastructure, and everywhere around the world, tech developers and electronics manufacturers are attempting to grapple with the chain of events that further IoT integration is going to set into motion.
What Is the Internet of Things?
Everything that is connected to the internet is part of the Internet of Things. In the past, these devices were mainly restricted to laptop and desktop consumers, but then the internet expanded into mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. From there, practically every electronic device has been equipped with a portal to cyberspace in one way or another.
From wearables like smartwatches to home assistants like Alexa, the internet is interfacing with people in ways it never has before, and everyday appliances like dishwashers, ovens, and even toasters are being connected to the internet to provide better planning, automation, and control.
Shortly, the Internet of Things will consist of a comprehensive network of all the world’s appliances, constantly connected by an inconceivably robust global internet system. Before we get there, however, we need to solve our pressing energy crisis.
As Technology Becomes More Pervasive, Its Power Consumption Decreases
One way that manufacturers are trying to reduce carbon emissions and promote the switch to renewable energy is by reducing the power consumption of electronic devices. More efficiency is always a good thing, and consumers enjoy watching their power bills go down as they switch to LED light bulbs, next-generation fridges, and other enticing new electronic devices.
The internet is interfacing with more types of devices than we ever imagined, but even as this trend promotes the increased pervasiveness of electronic devices in everyday life, a focus on maximum efficiency is actually making the amount of power necessary to run most electronic devices go down. Therefore, the energy consumption of the next generation of internet-connected machines will be less than that of the current generation even though it will be more technically sophisticated.
Envisioning the Practically-Powerless Ultra-Devices of the Future
Currently, the science of neutrinovoltaics is practically in its infancy, but in the near future, the increased power-generation capacity of neutrino energy devices will coincide nicely with both the increased prevalence and reduced power capacity of new IoT devices.
One of the most exciting aspects of neutrino energy generation is that it is decentralized. Instead of relying on a central grid or home electrical line for all your electrical needs, neutrinovoltaic energy generators are small and self-sufficient. They generate energy constantly, and within a few years, neutrino energy devices will be capable of powering smartwatches, smartphones, and soon after, laptops.
Sooner than you think, there will be no need to charge your phone or smartwatch, and with each new generation of electronic devices, power consumption will decrease. Within no time, every member of the Internet of Things will be powered by the limitless, decentralized neutrino energy grid that is taking shape all over the planet. Neutrinovoltaic energy is no longer a dream; it’s a reality, and we all need to prepare for the age of sleepless, eternally evolving machines that lies ahead.
Neutrino Energy and the Land of Eternal Machines
It could be said that the entire human race is simply the scaffolding upon which our machines have grown. They use our ingenuity to replicate and improve themselves, and access to energy has always dictated the course of engineering innovation.
Machines that require low power and have a constant drip of neutrino energy will be more „alive“ than the machines of today. They will be smarter, more connected, and more resilient. Together, they will create an unbreakable electronic web of which today’s Internet of Things is nothing but a crude shadow.
Constantly drawing limitless power from the ether and performing incredibly data-rich tasks with the energy it currently takes to operate a single light-emitting diode, the neutrino-powered devices of the future will have taken a true step toward self-sufficiency, and, dare we say it, life.
The Neutrino Energy Group – For People, and for Machines
People and machines live in a delicate balance, and the rise of the Internet of Things is making us question the line where „smart“ begins and „analog“ ends. The next generation will look at ovens that don’t connect to your smartphone as being weird, and within a decade or less, small devices like smartphones and smartwatches will be powered with nothing more than ethereal neutrinos.
In tandem with its main mission of developing new neutrinovoltaic devices, the Neutrino Energy Group is also focused on education and further discussion about the impact that neutrino energy technology will have on the future development of the human race and our use of electronic devices. It’s time to start imagining a future of 50 years from now in which reliance on fossil fuels is nothing but a memory but we haven’t suffered the hardships and privation that premature cessation of fossil fuel use would certainly cause. For the sake of humanity’s future, the Neutrino Energy Group is making the fantastical machines of the future’s Internet of Things possible with limitless neutrino energy.