By High Voltages
MQTT was developed in 1999, to monitor oil pipelines over the satellite.
Here are 6 applications you (probably) didn’t know.
Facebook messenger uses MQTT for to achieve phone-to-phone delivery in hundered of milliseconds.
Majority of intelligent home automation systems employ MQTT e.g. Jarvis (Mark Zuckerbergs automation.)
Most of Wearables uses MQTT protocol due to constrained memory, bandwidth capabilities and its lightweight design.
MQTT protocol and IoT sensors for agricultural provide for seamless data gathering and access to cloud servers.
Low-power sensors that are used to monitor remote environments frequently operate in places with bad internet connections and MQTT works well with them.
Smart meters can broadcast data with ensured message delivery for precise meter readings in real-time using MQTT.