Nowadays all physical objects, such as entire factories, manufacturing plants, cars and even natural environments such as rivers, can be connected directly to sensors in order to monitor and analyse the characteristics associated with each environment. These characteristics can include flow intensity, temperature, moisture levels, location, to provide a few examples.
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