CPS focuses on telecommunication technologies called “The Internet of Things” or IoT.
. Thus, media attention is rising in this sector. Increasing events that occur of IoT and CPS have seen nearly daily coverage in major media outlets.
The official NSF description uses the following definition. The CPS combines and integrates computer and information-centric physical and engineered systems. IoT is a network of physical objects with assigned Internet addresses and wireless connections. RFID, WIFI and The 5G network are unnecessary in IoT. IoT is also a subset of CPS. Controlled Power Systems (CPSs) (non-IoTs)
This type of ecosystem might or might not include vehicles connected to the internet as a vehicle connects to the lights in the home. Computers and appliances with numerous connections should work as a single computer. Devices should learn from previous events instead of requiring users to state their desires.
Additional theoretical CPS developments are required to integrate IoT and networked control systems.
Every application type will face numerous IoT challenges.
Heterogeneous network elements, global network convergence, and local, regional autonomy Connectivity and node capability (sensors, RFID) must be tolerable.