The term IoT, which was first proposed by Kevin Ashton, a British technologist, in 1999 has the potential to impact everything from new product opportunities to shop floor optimization to factory worker efficiency gains, that will power top-line and bottom-line gains. As IoT technology is being put to diversified use, the current technology needs to be improved to enhance privacy and built secure devices by adopting a security-focused approach, reducing the amount of data collected, increasing transparency and providing consumers with a choice to opt out. Therefore, the current volume has been compiled, in an effort to draw the various issues in IoT, challenges faced and existing solutions so far.
• Provides an overview of basic concepts and technologies of IoT with communication technologies ranging from 4G to 5G and its architecture.
• Discusses recent security and privacy studies and social behavior of human beings over IoT.
• Covers the issues related to sensors, business model, principles, paradigms, green IoT and solutions to handle relevant challenges.
• Presents the readers with practical ideas of using IoT, how it deals with human dynamics, the ecosystem, the social objects and their relation.
• Deals with the challenges involved in surpassing diversified architecture, protocol, communications, integrity and security.
1. IoT enabled vision system for Tint level detection. 2. Supervised and Semi-Supervised Identification of Users and Activities from Wearable Device Brain Signal Recordings.3 Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence: A new road to the future Digital world.4 Technical and Societal Challenges: Exploit the Profound Impacts of IoT.5. Evolution of Social IoT World: Security Issues and Research Challenges. 6. User Authentication: Keystroke Dynamics with Soft Biometric Features7: Internet of Nano-Things Forensics: Performing Digital Forensics in Nanoscale Systems. 8: Aspects of Ambient Assisted Living and its Applications. 9: Naming Services in Internet of Things. 10: Review on communication security issues in IoT medical device. 11: IoT challenges: Security. 12 Non physician Primary Health Care Workers: Making Wearable Computational Devices, Electronic Health Records Work for them. 13. Semantic Technologies for IoT. Applications of IoT to address the solutions for children affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders