Cloud technology has long been considered essential to how the modern world works, with even the most skeptical industries increasingly seeing the benefits it provides. As IoT devices become more common in the workplace and at home, edge computing will become more prevalent, which will benefit the public sector in particular.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has a lot of potential in the public sector. Autonomous transportation, traffic and lighting applications, law enforcement, health monitoring devices, and smart bin sensors to make sure trash never overflows are all possibilities.
To optimize functionality, these functions necessitate low latency applications that are processed at the network’s edge. Edge computing seems to have an advantage over cloud or centralized computing as the Internet of Things decentralizes computing infrastructure. In reality, they will have to work together closely.