In the past, device management approaches revolved around the presumption that device connectivity must be stable and persistent. For instance, the diagnosis and monitoring section in a system may point to downloaded program logs and CPU usage. However, in case of IoT, these solutions involve a lot of devices for high bandwidth and persistent connectivity.
Based on the application, IoT solutions vary considerably. Some of the solutions require persistent connectivity and high bandwidth, while others don’t have this requirement. For instance, agricultural IoT applications use tons of sensors like equipment asset, sunlight, soil moisture, and temperature trackers. For these sensors, long battery life is of paramount importance. So, this was an introduction to IoT device control and management. Hope, you will find this article useful and informative.