1st Edition

Internet of Things Technological Advances and New Applications

    384 Pages 18 Color & 67 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    384 Pages 18 Color & 67 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    The Internet of Things has revolutionized many industries and sectors by connecting devices to the Internet with the use of smart sensors and actuators, resulting in many advantages to businesses and organizations, such as better information and resource sharing, better supply chain efficiency, resulting in better overall efficiency and cost savings.

    This new book investigates the potential for initiating data-enabled and IoT-intensive applications to provide control and optimization of industrial operations and services. It presents an informative selection of quantitative research, case studies, conceptual chapters, model articles and theoretical papers on many important technological advances, applications, and challenges in the current status of IoT. The book features examples of IoT applications in such areas as food processing, automotive engineering, mental health, health tracking, security, and more. It discusses applying IoT in reverse logistics processes, developments in the Internet of Vehicles, the use of smart antennas, and machine learning in IoT. One chapter discusses a ground-breaking new device that uses IoT to convert audio recordings to Braille. Also discussed is the growing use of IoT in biometric technology (the use of technology to identify a person based on some aspect of their biology, such as fingerprint and eye unique pattern recognition).

    The enlightening information shared here offers state-of-the-art IoT solutions to many of today’s challenges of improving efficiency and bringing important information to the surface more quickly than systems depending on human intervention. The volume will be of value for computer science engineers and researchers, instructors and students in the field, and professionals that are interested in exploring the areas of next-generations IoT.

    1. Compelling Forces and Challenges for the Food Processing Industry to Adopt Industry 4.0

    S. Ranjith Kumar, N. Ramachandran, R. Sivasubramanian, J. Dhiyaneswaran, and Arun Kurien Reji

    2. Sensing Mental Health: A New Mileage to Mental Health Research

    Sharmistha Dey

    3. How IoT (Internet of Things) Is Poised to Jump-Start the Next Revolution

    Aradhana Behura

    4. Implementation of Industrial Internet of Things (IIot) Is the Tool of Digital Transformation Technology

    Kali Charan Rath, Raghvendra Kumar, and Brojo Kishore Mishra

    5. Opportunities of the Internet of Things in Automotives

    R. B. Manoram, A. Sathishkumar, T. Devaarjun, Samson Jerold Samuel Chelladurai, and T. A. Selvan

    6. IoT Security

    Nidhi Upadhyay

    7. Leveraging IIot in Reverse Logistics: A WSN Approach

    Vinod Kumar Shukla, Leena Wanganoo, Mohammed Yousuf, and Rajesh Tripathi

    8. A Pervasive Study on the Internet of Vehicles (IoVs)

    Lopamudra Hota and Prasant Kumar Dash

    9. The Future Security Solution to Internet of Things: Biometric Technology

    Puja Agarwal, Anjana Mishra, and Brojo Kishore Mishra

    10. Transforming Industries Using IoT

    Ritwik Raj, Tannu Kumari, and Amardeep Das

    11. Audio-to-Braille Conversion Device (A.B.C.D) an IoT Application

    Subham Hati, Tulika Biswas, Suvam Saha, Sourabh Kr. Bania, Prafull Shyam, and Srijan Bhattacharya

    12. Internet of Things: Applied Science and Technologies

    Deepti Mishra and Bhairvee Singh

    13. Health Tracking System Using the Internet of Things

    Anshu Yadav, Tanisha Rastogi, and Deepak Kumar Sharma

    14. Smart Antennas in IoT-Based Systems

    Shailesh and Garima Srivastava

    15. Necessity of Time Synchronization for IoT-Based Applications

    Priyanka Singh and Manju Khari

    16. A Review of Applications of Machine Learning in IoT: Challenges and Future Prospects

    Subrata Paul and Anirban Mitra

    17. A Detailed Review of IoT with Various Applications Using Recent Research Directions

    A. Vidhyalakshmi and C. Priya


    Brojo Kishore Mishra, PhD, is currently Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, NIST Institute of Science and Technology (Autonomous), Berhampur, Odisha, India. He was formerly Associate Dean (International Affairs) and Professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at the Gandhi Institute of Engineering and Technology University (GIET University), Gunupur, Odisha, India. He has published more than 40 research papers in national and international conference proceedings, over 50 research papers in peer-reviewed and indexed journals, and over 40 book chapters. He has authored two books and edited fifteen books to date. His research interests include data mining and big data analysis, machine learning, soft computing, and evolutionary computation. He received his PhD degree in Computer Science from the Berhampur University,  Berhampur , Odisha, India.

    Amit Vishwasrao Salunkhe is currently working as Assistant Director of the Approval Bureau at the All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi, India, and also as Additional Charge of the Regional Officer for the All India Council for Technical Education–Northern Regional Office, Kanpur. He received a best paper award on "Estimation of fat content in fresh milk using carbon rod." He has published more than 10 papers in SCI/SCIE and Scopus-indexed journals as well as more than 12 papers at international conferences. His research interests include neuro-fuzzy systems, artificial intelligence, and programming and coding.