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The 10 Hottest New IoT Devices Of 2020

This year’s hottest IoT devices include AI edge computers, crop and weather sensors, home health monitoring systems, IoT security scanners and multi-purpose trackers.

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The Demand For IoT Continues

As the IoT market underwent some unexpected shifts due to the coronavirus pandemic, many vendors continued to push out a variety of new connected devices and IoT solutions.

IoT spending did take a hit this year, but many organizations said they will continue to invest in IoT initiatives despite the pandemic — and even because of it. Some of the drivers include new initiatives for public health, retail experience and energy efficiency in buildings.

[Related: The 10 Coolest IoT Startups Of 2020 ]

This means there will be a continued need for new kinds of sensors and improvements in edge computing so that small, constrained devices, for instance, can consume multiple video feeds and run deep learning algorithms to monitor and enforce mask compliance and social distancing in facilities.

But new IoT devices are serving a number of other needs, including assessing IoT security for corporate networks, monitoring supplies and crops at farms and keeping tabs on the health of seniors.

What follows are some of this year‘s hottest IoT devices, ranging from crop sensors and edge computers that can run neural networks to wireless sensor systems and health monitoring solutions.

Get more of CRN’s 2020 tech year in review. 

 
 
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