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Machine-­to­-machine (M2M) (also computer-to-computer (C2C)) refers to

systems of semi­autonomous components that exchange data on wired or wireless networks. Examples include smart­ grid meters that report electricity usage or medical monitoring devices that report critical health data.[1]
[t]he automatic communications between devices without human intervention. It often refers to a system of remote sensors that is continuously transmitting data to a central system. Agricultural weather sensing systems, automatic meter reading and RFID tags are examples.[2]
technology that supports wired or wireless communication between machines.

References Edit

  1. Report to the President: Realizing the Full Potential of Government-held Spectrum to Spur Economic Growth, at 144.
  2. IoT Terminology (full-text).

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