Calls for Papers (special): International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development (IJSESD)

Special Issue On: 5G-as-a-Service for Industry 4.0

Submission Due Date

Guest Editors
Dr. Kiran Ahuja, DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology, Jalandhar, Punjab, India.
Dr. Indu Bala, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab, India.

Wireless communication is driving Industry 4.0 and 5G is at the bleeding edge, with billions of machines, gadgets, and sensors simply holding on to be associated. 5G assumes a particularly significant part that it is being planned in view of the industries requirements explicitly. The thing with Industry 4.0, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), the associated industry is developing at fast pace. 5G’s availability in industrial facilities can uphold innovation and the implemented cases will reform the manufacturing business, including robotization, advanced mechanics, artificial intelligence and enhanced the virtual reality activity of the equipments.
An associated processing plant can likewise uphold more noteworthy progressions of information among individuals and machines, bringing about upgraded checking and observation. This can diminish personal time and raises the potential for predictive maintenance— the two of which lead to expanded efficiency and decreased expenses. The vision of an "Industry of the future" is currently substantial for some industry areas. The capacity to adapt to expand bandwidth, latency requirements, and big data produced from more associated hardware and the data processing needed on the industrial facility floor is a monstrous test for industry. It is needed to do thorough exploration on what 5G can mean for manufacturing environment, the guidelines and specialized requirements are expected to fulfill the needs of using 5G, and the security issues need to be addressed if planning a 5G for implementation.
While thinking about a 5G organization, industry needs to survey the particular requirements for each IoT real-time implementation. Industry needs to get a more clear comprehension of the information types being transmitted, their affectability to latency, and whether the information should be prepared without anyone else, or against historical data. The responses to these requirements and different components that will direct whether an organization needs to actualize a keen assembling arrangement utilizing 5G topologies or whether there are different protocols that might be more fit to the individual arrangement.
5G won't just propel producing activities by empowering businesses to be faster but also make them more receptive to client needs. Producers will profit by deploying 5G since stockrooms, manufacturing plants and different offices will progressively have been empowered with smart advancements that will take profit from high speed networks. 5G's uncommon speed and inclusion will bring the world nearer than any time in recent period, just as giving a road to at no other time envisioned capacities across the manufacturing space. It is an energizing time for manufacturing and for any business that can use the enhancements that 5G and beyond offers.

It is clear that further research should be undertaken into the interoperability of wireless technologies in industry environments to reveal the reliability, latency, and minimum range of wireless technologies in an industry environment when deployed in combination with 5G, estimating the heterogeneous interoperability of 5G and to be had communication protocols currently deployed in manufacturing environments.
The objective of this special issue is to bring together technical experts and researchers from industry and academia to discuss opportunities and challenges related to the realization and operation of 5G-enabled industry 4.0.

Recommended Topics
  • 5G architectures Targeting Operational Industrial Scenarios
  • 5G deployments and Field trials in Operational Industrial Scenarios
  • Industrial Scenarios and Applications requiring 5G Connectivity
  • Advanced Integrated Industrial Wireless Control and Monitoring Systems
  • 5G Support for Industrial IoT Applications Utilizing Robotics
  • Miscellaneous Usage of 5G Technologies for Industrial Purposes
  • Wireless Cellular Solutions for Factories and Warehouses
  • 5G Enabled Manufacturing Evaluation for Data-Driven Decision Making
  • Challenges Associated with Implementing 5G
  • 5G implementation in Industry 4.0: Current Status and Future Trends
  • 5G-and-Beyond Communications for Industry 4.0
  • 5G Integration in IIoT Systems Accelerates Industry 4.0
  • AI, Automation & 5G Ensuring the Future of Industry 4.0
  • 5G-enabled Smart Factories and KPIs required beyond Current 5G Standards
  • Architectures, Protocols and Algorithms for 5G realizations in support of Industry 4.0
  • Deployment models and Operation models of 5G in industrial 4.0 environments
  • Security and Safety aspects of 5G-enabled Industry 4.0
  • Non-public (private) 5G networks for Factory Automation
  • Coexistence of Private and Public 5G networks for Industry 4.0
  • Integration of 5G into IT system of Industry 4.0
  • Integration with Industrial Ethernet and TSN
  • 5G-based Timing and Positioning in Industry 4.0
  • Radio Propagation Models in Smart Factories

Submission Procedure
Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit papers for this special theme issue on 5G-as-a-Service for Industry 4.0 on or before June 30th, 2022. All submissions must be original and may not be under review by another publication. INTERESTED AUTHORS SHOULD CONSULT THE JOURNAL’S GUIDELINES FOR MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSIONS at All submitted papers will be reviewed on a double-blind, peer review basis. Papers must follow APA style for reference citations.

All inquiries should be directed to the attention of:
Dr. Kiran Ahuja.
Dr. Indu Bala.
Guest Editors
International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development (IJSESD)