What Every Engineer Should Know About the Internet of Things
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Internet of Things (IoT) products and cyber-physical systems (CPS) are being utilized in almost every discipline and there continue to be significant increases in spending on design, development, and deployment of IoT applications and analytics within every domain, from our homes, schools, government, and industry. This practical text provides an introduction to IoT that can be understood by every engineering discipline and discusses detailed applications of IoT. Developed to help engineers navigate this increasingly important and cross-disciplinary topic, this work:
- Offers research-based examples and case studies to facilitate the understanding of each IoT primitive
- Highlights IoT’s connection to blockchain
- Provides and understanding of benefits and challenges of IoT and its importance to a variety of engineering disciplines
Written to be accessible to non-experts in the subject, this work communicates the importance of this technology and how it can support and challenge all interrelated actors as well as all involved assets across many domains.
Table of Contents
1. Internet of Things Defined 2. Network of Things 3. Smart Cities 4. Smart Cities - Energy 5. Smart Cities - Security 6. Smart Homes 7. IoT in Education 8. IoT Education 9. IoT and Healthcare 10. IoT Trust Concerns 11. IoT and Blockchain 12. IoT Requirements and Architecture: A Case Study
Dr. Joanna F. DeFranco is an Associate Professor of Software Engineering and a member of the graduate faculty at Penn State University. Before her academic career, she spent many years as a software engineer for government and industry. Notable engineering experiences during this period include traveling the world on Naval scientific ships working on ocean mapping software for the Naval Air Development Center (NADC) and developing software for cable headend devices at Motorola.
She has published many journal articles and conference proceedings on software security, IoT, blockchain and software engineering. She authored another book in this series on Cyber Security and Digital Forensics and has co-authored a book on project management. Dr. DeFranco is also on the editorial board of IEEE Computer Magazine and a guest researcher for the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). She teaches many courses in the software engineering curriculum at Penn State which have all had an influence on her research. As for her “scholarly” credentials, she earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Math from Penn State University, an M.S. in Computer Engineering from Villanova University, and a Ph.D. in Computer and Information Science from New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Dr. Mohamad Kassab is an associate research professor in Software Engineering at Pennsylvania State University, earned his Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Software Engineering from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Previously, Dr. Kassab has been postdoctoral researcher at ETS School of Advanced Technology in Montreal and visiting scholar at Carnegie Mellon University.
Dr. Kassab's research interests include requirements engineering, system architecture, software quality and measurements, blockchain and The Internet of Things. He has published extensively in software engineering books and journals. With more than 18 years of industrial experiences, he worked in different industrial roles among which: Business Unit Manager at Soramitsu, Senior Quality Engineer at SAP, Senior Associate at Morgan Stanley, Senior Quality Assurance Specialist at NOKIA and Senior Software Developer at Positron Safety Systems.