1st Edition

Cloud IoT Concepts, Paradigms, and Applications

    286 Pages 121 B/W Illustrations
    by Chapman & Hall

    286 Pages 121 B/W Illustrations
    by Chapman & Hall

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the most disruptive technologies, enabling ubiquitous and pervasive computing scenarios. IoT is based on intelligent self-configuring nodes (also known as things) interconnected in a dynamic and global collaborative network infrastructure. In contrast, Cloud computing has virtually unlimited capabilities in terms of storage and processing power, speed, and is a more mature technology. Due to intrinsic nature of Cloud computing and IoT, they both complement each other. Recently, we are witnessing an increasing trend in exploiting use of both Cloud and IoT together.

    Salient Features:

    • Presents latest developments in Cloud computing

    • Presents latest developments in Internet of Things

    • Establishes links between interdisciplinary areas where IoT and Cloud both can play a role for improvement of process

    • Intends to provide an insight into non-IT related models for improvement of lives

    • Bridges the gap between obsolete literature and current literature

    This book is aimed primarily at advanced undergraduates and graduates working with IoT and cloud computing. Researchers, academicians, policy makers, government officials, NGOs, and industry research professionals would also find the book useful.


    1. Challenges Generated by the Integration of Cloud and IoT by Farooq Ahmad and Mohammad Faisal

    2. Practical Implementation of an Asset Management System according to ISO 55001: A Future Direction in the Cloud & IoT Paradigm by Vicente González-Prida, Carlos Alberto Parra, Márquez, Adolfo Crespo Marquez, François Pérès and Carmen Martin 

    3. ERP on the Cloud: Evolution, Benefits and Critical Success Factors by Deepak Saxena and Jitendra Kumar Verma

    4. Case Study based on Optimal Inspection Timing for a Motor-Fan Assembly. A view on Performance and Reliability in Cloud-IoT by Edgar Fuenmayor, Carlos Alberto Parra, Vicente González-Prida, Adolfo Crespo Marquez, Antonio Sola Rosique, Fredy Kristjanpoller Rodríguez and Pablo Viveros Gunckel


    5. Predictive Edge Computing of SST Time Series based Marine Warning System using Cloud Computing Infrastructure by Geetali Saha, Bannishikha Banerjee and Foram M Joshi

    6. Solar PV and HTC-PFM Device: A Scheme for Smart Poultry Farm by S. M. Masum Ahmed, Mohammad Zeyad and Md. Shehzad

    7. CloudIoT for Pollution Monitoring: A Multivariate Weighted Ensemble Forecasting Approach for Prediction of Suspended Particulate Matter by Tushar Saini, Gagandeep Tomar, Duni Chand Rana, Suresh Attri and Varun Dutt

    8. Energy Balance Indicators Calculation Software for Energy Management Systems by Andrii Perekrest, Vita Ogar, Mykhailo Kushch-Zhyrko and Olha Herasymenko


    9. A Comparison of Cloud-IoT based Frameworks of Identification and Monitoring of COVID-19 Cases by Sargam Yadav, Abhishek Kaushik and Mahak Sharma

    10. Telemedicine, Telehealth and e-health: A Digital Transfiguration of Standard Healthcare System by Siddharth Singh, Pankaj Kumar, and Faisal Rehman

    11. The Smart Accident Prediction System Using Internet of Things by Ganesh Khekare, Pushpneel Verma and Seema Raut

    12. An Efficient Lightweight Location Privacy Scheme for VANET by Intyaz Alam, Sushil Kumar and Manoj Kumar

    13. Energy Efficient Privacy Preserving Vehicle Registration (ENTRANCE) Protocol for V2X Communication in VANET by N. Sasikaladevi, K.Geetha, S. Aarthi and C.Mala


    14. Emotion Independent Face Recognition-based Security Protocol in IoT Enabled Devices by Bannishikha Banerjee and Geetali Saha

    15. Blockchain Based Web 4.0: Decentralized Web for Decentralized Cloud Computing by Arvind Panwar, Shyla and Vishal Bhatnagar

    16. Significance of Elliptic Curve Cryptography in Blockchain IoT by Ashok Kumar Yadav and Karan Singh

    17. Lightweight Trust Evaluation in IoT: Bio Inspired Metaheuristic Approach by Indu Dohare and Karan Singh

    18. Smart Card-based Privacy Preserving Lightweight Authentication Protocol - SIGNAL for e-Payment systems by N. Sasikaladevi, K.Geetha, S. Aarthi and C. Mala


    Dr. Jitendra Kumar Verma is an Assistant Professor at Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), New Delhi in IT Discipline. Prior to joining IIFT, he served at Amity University Haryana, Galgotias University and Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College (University of Delhi). He received his degree of M.Tech and Ph.D. in computer science from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi in 2013 and 2017, respectively. He obtained his degree of B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering from Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology (KNIT), Sultanpur in 2008. Over his short career, he has published numerous papers in peer-reviewed international journals, books with renowned publishers, conference proceedings papers, and book chapters. He has organized several international conference, seminars, and workshops. He delivered a numerous invited talks and seminars at several platforms of national and international repute. Dr. Verma authored one book, Green Cloud Computing (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2016), and edited four books, Applications of Machine Learning (Springer Verlag, 2020), Computational Intelligence and Its Applications in Healthcare (Elsevier Academic Press, 2020), IoT and Cloud Computing for Societal Good (Springer International Publisher, 2021), Advances in Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (Springer Verlag, 2022). 

    He is an awardee of the prestigious DAAD "A new Passage to India" Fellowship (2015–16) funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research – BMBF, Germany, and German Academic Exchange Service. He worked at Julius-Maximilian University of Würzburg, Germany (mother of 14 Nobel Laureates including discovery of X-Rays), as a visiting research scholar. 

    His core research interests include software engineering, Internet of Things, social computing, image processing, artificial intelligence, and soft computing techniques. Dr. Verma has organized several international conferences, seminars, and workshops. He has delivered several invited talks. He is associate editor and guest editor of many international journals. Dr. Verma is a member of several national and international societies/professional bodies including ACM (USA), IEEE Industrial Applications Society (USA), IEEE Young Professional (USA), IEEE (USA), Institut De Diplomatie Publique (United Kingdom), Hyderabad Deccan ACM Chapter, Computer Society of India (New Delhi) and Soft Computing Research Society (New Delhi). He serves as a reviewer for various high impact international journals, conferences, and workshops.

    Dr. Deepak Saxena is an Assistant Professor at School of Management and Entrepreneurship, Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur. He holds a PhD in Business from Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) and M. Tech. (Industrial and Management Engineering) from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur.

    Before moving to Ireland for his PhD, he has worked with the Indian Space Research Organisation, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, and Defence Research and Development Organisation. He is interested in the area of digital transformation, with a special focus on public service organizations.

    He has previously taught at Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin Institute of Technology, and American College Dublin. His research is published in Australasian Journal of Information Systems, International Journal of Project Management, Journal of Information Science, Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation, and Electronic Journal of e-Government. He has presented his papers in the British Academy of Management, European Conference of Information Systems, European Academy of Management Conference, the UK Academy for Information Systems Conference, and the Midwest Association for Information Systems Conference.

    Dr. Vicente González-Prida Díaz currently works for a private company as project manager sharing his professional performance with teaching activities for degree programs in Spain and LATAM, as well as the development of research projects for the university.

    In the academia, he has been honored with the following recognitions: Extraordinary Prize of Doctorate by the University of Seville; National Award for PhD Thesis on Dependability-RAMS by the Spanish Association for Quality; National Award for PhD Thesis on Maintenance by the Spanish Association for Maintenance; Best Nomination from Spain for the Excellence Master Thesis Award bestowed by the European Federation of National Maintenance Societies; First Class Honours in the Executive Master in Business Administration, by the Chamber of Commerce

    Dr. González-Prida has edited four books, (IGI-Global 2015, 2017 and 2019; Springer Verlag 2018), regarding Maintenance Modelling, RAMS, Asset Management and Decision Making, and authored two books (Confemetal 2018; Springer Verlag 2014) about ISO-55000 and After Sales Management.

    His research works have been presented in conferences like WCEAM, ESREL, IEEE, ESREDA, etc., and published in journals such as Reliability Engineering and System Safety; Production Planning and Control; IMA Journal of Management Mathematics; Computers in Industry, among others.

    His main interest is related to ILS, RAMS, Life Cycle Optimization, as well as the Industry 4.0 and Disrupted Technologies.

    Finally, Dr. González-Prida is member of the Technical Committee of the Engineering Institute of Spain, fellow of the Club of Rome (Spanish Chapter), member of the Technical Advisory Board for the Observatory of Intelligence, Security and Defence, among other institutions.

    Dr. Vira Shendryk started her academic career in Sept. 2002 at the Sumy State University, Ukraine. Current position is Deputy Head of Computer Science Department, Head of the Information Technology Section, Associate Professor at Sumy State University.

    She was a visiting scholar at McMaster University, Canada in 2012, visiting professor at Malmo University, Sweden in 2013 and Riga Technical University, Latvia in 2014. Her research interest is focused on the field of Information Systems and Decision Science particularly in decision making under uncertainty. She has written over 200 journal articles and conference paper and presentations. She has also been a Member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Green Computing (IJGC), Manchester Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Applied Sciences (MJAIAS) and a Member of Programme Committees the International scientific conferences in Ukraine, Lithuania, Austria, Poland.