The Internet of Everything: Advances, Challenges and Applications

Nilanjan Dey (Editor), Gitanjali Shinde (Editor), Parikshit Mahalle (Editor), Henning Olesen (Editor)

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Internet of things (IoT) envisages a deep sense of connectivity and communication between the living and nonliving things. Nowadays, the vision of IoT has expanded to connect everything from industrial equipment, to everyday objects, to living organisms such as plants, farm animals and people. To create a niche for nonliving things to react, respond and work autonomously as and when required and as per their role, position and location in the ecosystem to provide services to the user, IoT is developing rapidly in the industrial settings.
Machine-to-machine communication and smart computing enhances the effi- ciency and helps minimize control cost of the industrial plants. IoT integrates the physical world with the information world so that every entity/device works for the betterment and in coordination with the other to help save the most valued resour- ces and time. In this book, different approaches of the IoT and IoTPS (Internet of things, people and services) will be discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBerlin/Boston
PublisherDe Gruyter
Number of pages176
ISBN (Print)9783110625486
ISBN (Electronic)9783110628517, 9783110625783
Publication statusPublished - 2019
SeriesInternet of Things


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