Due to recent development and innovation in both hardware and software, the global network of networks, or Internet of Things (IoT), is finally becoming a reality. The IoTâ€™s diverse billions of communicating devices, or smart objects (SOs), enables a new paradigm of interactivity among all manner of things and people. One of the IoTâ€™s biggest hurdles is the monolithic nature and fragmentation of existing vertical closed systems, architectures, and application areas. In this paper discussed briefly about the initiatives like Policy on Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Cities, Centre of Excellence for IoT in Bangalore by GOI and NASSCOM, Andhra Pradesh to become an IoT hub with first-of-its-kind policy, Tech Giants back Digital India Vision taken up by Government of India as well as the applications of IoT. Methodology of IoT in India.
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