Internet of Things: Energy, Industry, and Healthcare

Internet of Things: Energy, Industry, and Healthcare
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Internet of Things: Energy, Industry, and Healthcare

by Arun Kumar RanaAyodeji Olalekan SalauSharad SharmaShubham TayalSwati Gupta

  • Length: 310 pages
  • Edition: 1
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication Date: 2021-10-20
  • ISBN-10: 036768652X
  • ISBN-13: 9780367686529
  • Sales Rank: #0 (See Top 100 Books)

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Internet of things (IoT) is the connection and communication of physical objects (smart devices) over the internet. In this recent age, people’s daily lives are dependent on the internet through their smartphones, tablets, Smart TVs, micro-controllers, Smart Tags, computers, laptops, and cars to name a few. This book discusses different ways to create a better IoT network and/or IoT platforms to improve the efficiency and quality of these products and subsequently their users’ lives. In addition, this book provides future research directions in energy, industry, and healthcare, and explores the different applications of IoT and its associated technologies. It provides an overview and explanation of the software architecture, middleware, data processing and data management as well as security, sensors, actuators and algorithms used to create a working IoT platform. The editors then go on to examine IoT networks and platforms as they relate to energy industry including, energy efficiency and management, intelligent energy management, smart energy through blockchain and energy-efficient/aware routing/scheduling challenges and issues. They then explore IoT as it applies to healthcare including biomedical image and signal analysis and disease prediction and diagnosis. Finally the editors examine the prospects and applications of IoT for industry through the concepts of smart industry, including architecture, blockchain, and Industry 4.0. This book is intended for senior undergraduate and graduate students, researchers and industry professionals working on IoT applications and infrastructure.

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