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Internet of Things: Concept, Implementation and Challenges
  Through the technical advancements over five generations, today's digital communication has become much smarter, more intelligent and punctual. This causes a massive amount of continuous data collection in real-time whose analytics are later used to make useful insights, i.e., prevention of road accidents using vehicular communication applications, fault detection in industrial machineries, etc. The means of information reception is usually via sensors. This inter-connectivity of communicating things is basically known as internet-of-things (IoT) which will become a wide-spread infrastructure of next-generation networking.
The devices used in the IoT are physically small and resource-constrained, i.e., low-end processors, small internal capacities, etc. Also, those are operated in small data rates, usually in kbps. Thus, it is unable to adopt conventional security mechanisms which require high-end computational processing. Meanwhile, the low energy consumption of these networks conducive for green networking requirements offering the planet a sustainable atmosphere.
Due to the wide ranging nature of the subject, existing literature studies often focus on a narrowed-down area. This survey identifies up-to-date information on all IoT related topics, i.e., technologies, standardisation, liability, regulations, security, etc.. This will provide a useful reference for beginners in the field for quick overall comprehension.


Gunathilake, N. A., Al-Dubai, A., & Buchanan, W. J. (2022). Internet of Things: Concept, Implementation and Challenges. In Internet of Things and Its Applications: Select Proceedings of ICIA 2020 (145-155).



IoT technologies, IoT standards, IoT security, green networking

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