Even if we were required to come up with an IP address for every atom in the world, the use of Pv6 provides us with the necessary infrastructure to do so, as well as sufficient IP addresses for 100 other worlds.
The IoT concept can be defined as a system of devices that communicate and connect with each other and that share information through various communication protocols, thus forming an intelligent network. Today, IoT has a wide range of application fields from smart homes to production, and from the defence sector to the health sector.
Machines have been providing direct communications since the telegraph (the first landline) was developed in the 1830s and 1840s.
Described as “wireless telegraphy,” the first radio voice transmission took place on June 3, 1900, providing another necessary component for developing the Internet of Things.
The development of computers began in the 1950s.
The Internet, itself a significant component of the IoT, started out as part of DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) in 1962, and evolved into ARPANET in 1969.
In the 1980s, commercial service providers began supporting public use of ARPANET, allowing it to evolve into our modern Internet.
Within the scope of the “FreeCooling Management System” project developed for Turkcell, Ante Grup has produced a management system that, by connecting to base station cooling devices, provides for the instant reading of data, remote device configuration, and the conversion of incoming data into meaningful reports.
Ante Grup's IoT capabilities have been proven through its joint efforts in Toll Collection System, Traffic Management System and Automation Systems projects, which fall under the Traffic and Automation Systems business line of ASELSAN’s Transportation, Security, Energy and Automation Systems (UGES) Business Sector.