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IoT is the Internet of Things, which includes objects with built-in sensors, software and other technologies.
They interact with other objects through communication systems, for example, the Internet.
It is believed that the creation of the Internet of Things has become the 4th industrial revolution, and it is getting bigger every day. The concepts of IoT include smart home (light sources, thermostats, security system, household appliances and cameras), smart car and smart city.
The Internet of Things is developing through computing, sensors, embedded systems, and machine learning.
Internet of Things and PCBs
The development of IoT contributes to the development of PCB manufacturing.
PCBs for the Internet of Things
The main task of developing printed circuits for the Internet of Things is to create a high-tech PCB that works equally efficiently in any form. IoT uses flexible PCBs and HDI PCBs (with high trace density). They satisfy high power conditions, provide freedom of circuit design, and withstand heavy loads.

Previously, PCBs made of traditional flame-resistant FR4 material were used. During the development of the Internet of Things, schemes should be easily integrated and flexible. For these reasons, printed circuits from new materials such as flexible-rigid copper, plastic and mesh are developing in the IoT.
Printed circuit boards are designed for IoT taking into account the requirements that allow PCBs to meet all standards:
PCB design for the Internet of Things
— Meet the size requirements. Since many devices are getting smaller, printed circuit boards should also shrink without loss of quality and properties.
— Adapted to the human body. With the development of the Internet of Things, devices for human interaction, for example, fitness trackers, are also being optimized.
— Increased operating time of the devices. Since devices are constantly switched on and connected to the networks, PCBs must ensure the continuous operation of the devices.
— Reliability. Device reliability standards are constantly being improved, so PCBs must comply with these standards.
— Internet access. PCBs must support constant access of devices to the Internet.
Printed circuit boards provide almost every device in the IoT.
Our advantages
Saifon Technologies has extensive experience in the PCB manufacturing market, so we are constantly upgrading and optimizing our production. We are a reliable supplier and offer fast delivery of equipment, high-quality assembly of PCBs and full service. If you have any questions, you can contact us, our specialists will be happy to advise you on any issue and help you choose a PCB.
Saifon Technologies provides a wide range of PCBs, including flexible PCBs for the Internet of Things and much more. The process of creating PCBs is very laborious and consists of two stages: visual and optical control of PCBs. This helps to ensure compliance with all standards and GOST.