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Hyper Connected Systems

Updated: Apr 15

A world of Hyper connected IoT devices means it can harm people in many serious ways. Every smart device is a computer. Ovens are IoT smart devices that make things hot, refrigerators are smart devices that keep things cold. These Hyper connected Devices from home thermostats to chemical plants are all online. Anyhow with access to the Internet can now sense and touch the physical and Virtual world comprising of Billion Devices all Intra and Inter connected in the scheme of IoT.

With Hyper Connected IoT Systems enabling us facilities with modern Technological Innovation like driver less cars, smart cities, and personal agents equipped with their own behavioral algorithms, there are also loopholes in the code and pitfalls the software where anyone or hackers with proper abilities can virtually hack entire Hyper connected systems and cause irrevocable damage to the Nation, security of people, Loss of data through theft and many many more unimaginable things.

All Hyper connected Devices can be hacked. And Internet-connected computers are the most vulnerable. Cutting-edge digital Hackers can now crash your car, your pacemaker, and the nation’s power grid. The challenges in designing and deploying large-scale Hyper connected IoT solutions are enormous due to the rigidity, poor elasticity and limited dependability of traditional products.

Traditional IoT solutions are rigid and inflexible because they are specifically designed to solve a problem and are not designed for flexible customization, utility-oriented delivery and these IoT devices are not built to respond and scale dynamically to respond to varying load requirements. The availability, reliability, and maintainability of traditional IoT solutions is not up to the mark to meet the dynamic expectations and The heterogeneity and large scale geographical distribution of large-scale IoT solutions weaken traditional security and management tools, rendering them ineffective.

The need to meet pressing business challenges, along with the lower cost and ease of deployment of line-of-business technology solutions, has created friction between business leads and IT—friction that can put the success of an IoT solution at risk. Business leads must recognize that IT has well-founded concerns about the technical challenges involved in executing on your IoT project. And IT should embrace the need for greater agility to help the business thrive and meet its goals.

Smart Sensors used in our Hyper connected IoT environment collect extremely sensitive information which can be breached and there should be a strong measures to ensure security and privacy. As a centralized resource out of users’ control, the IoT becomes an opportunity to violate privacy exploited by adversaries and hackers and steal data for various malicious purposes.

Scalability of Hyper connected IoT System will be more challenging than web-scale or Internet-scale applications; the amount of data generated will easily exceed the reported trillion objects and bandwidth requirements for a centralized IoT cloud solution are staggering, especially since most data acquired by IoT devices should be processed locally.

Shipping data to the cloud requires a significant amount of upload traffic. Broadband networks have more downstream bandwidth than upstream bandwidth. IoT applications generate data  that will easily saturate the upstream link’s bandwidth especially at scale. IoT developers need to address this issue. IoT applications where a fan is turned on or off in response to a rise of the local temperature, will experience unpredictable latencies from sensing, wireless transmission, gateway processing, Internet delivery, and cloud processing.

IoT users experience variable latency an