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Handbook of Research on Strategic Fit and Design in Business Ecosystems
Objects with a digital network and internet have a virtual identity and communicate with the environment in a physical and social context.
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Digital Transformation and Environmental Management Applications: Approaches Used for Value Creation in the White Goods Industry
Yasemin Hancıoğlu (Ordu University, Turkey)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1125-1.ch024
Abstract
Today, when determining competitive strategies, businesses should consider environmentally-sensitive approaches and Industry 4.0. The fact that the world is increasingly affected by environmental negativities leads businesses to adopt green thinking. Increasing the orientation of the businesses to green is possible with the concentrated roles of all business functions. In this study, it was determined how much of the Industrial 4.0 approach of the White Goods sector in Turkey was adopted. In addition to this, it is examined how much they integrate the approaches that aim to minimize the harm to the environment to their enterprises in order to create an effective management system. As a result, it can be said that environmental awareness has been formed in the leading enterprises of Turkey such as Arçelik and Vestel and that developments in the world have been followed and tried to be integrated in the name of Industry 4.0.
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Investigating the Factors, Challenges, and Role of Stakeholders in Implementing Industry 5.0 and Its Impact on Supply Chain Operations: A Study of the Global Agri-Food Supply Chain
In a digital world, the Internet of Things enables things to communicate and interact, providing an accurate representation of the real world to aid development ( Dadi et al., 2021 ).
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IT Strategy Follows Digitalization
A network comprised of physical objects capable of gathering and sharing electronic information. The Internet of Things includes a wide variety of “smart” devices, from industrial machines that transmit data about the production process to sensors that track information about the human body. Often, these devices use Internet Protocol (IP), the same protocol that identifies computers over the world wide web and allows them to communicate with one another.
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Digital Transformation and Business Models: Consumers Trust Case
Well known by its acronym, IoT, it is the ability of some device, or “thing”, to be able to collect and transmit data, through an internet connection and Bluetooth.
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Project-Based Learning With EPS@UPB: Development of a Robotic Arm With IoT Capabilities
Different electronic devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send and receive data – these devices can communicate and interact with others over the Internet, and they can be remotely monitored and controlled. AU20: Reference appears to be out of alphabetical order. Please check
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Machine Learning Techniques for IoT-Based Indoor Tracking and Localization
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interconnected, internet-connected devices that are capable of collecting and transmitting data via a wireless network.
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Narrowband Internet of Things
It is the extension of the internet through the interconnection of sensors/ sensing devices which can provide a lot information about the environments where they are deployed. They can also activate or deactivate several operations through appropriate actuators.
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Data Management in Internet of Things
It is interconnection of things in network through Internet. The communication and sharing of information among the objects by accessing the data through the Internet without intervention by human is termed as IoT.
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Framework for Remotely Monitoring Patients Using Embedded Devices
Physical objects equipped with sensors that can send and receive data with each other by being part of a computer network such as the Internet.
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Using Artificial Intelligence in Agroforestry as an Economic Solution for Carbon Recycling in Tanzania
Refers to a network of computer associated devices connected to the internet to facilitate communication between the devices through the internet for performing various specific functions.
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Artificial and Natural Intelligence Techniques as IoP- and IoT-Based Technologies for Sustainable Farming and Smart Agriculture
Is the interconnection via the Internet of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send and receive data.
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Deployment of Narrowband Internet of Things
Internet of things is a new technological paradigm in which several objects and devices are connected to the Internet using sensors and transceivers. The connectivity can be wireless or wired. However, now the popularity of wireless connectivity is dominant over the wired connections. Similarly, there are several possible connection technologies available. In the recent years radio technologies are more popular than any other alternatives. However, several other technologies are available in the market.
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Digital Object Memory
The Internet of Things denotes a set of uniquely identifiable objects and their representation in virtual structures based on Internet technologies and frequently realized by tagging objects with barcodes, radio-frequency identification (RFID) or embedded systems and by storing object-related information in the World Wide Web (WWW).
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The Methodology of Project-Oriented Learning at the Postgraduate Level for the Training of Student Competencies
Interconnection of everyday objects with the Internet so it uses objects equipped with embedded processors or sensors that are capable of transmitting information through the network. These connections allow remote administration, status monitoring, tracking and alerts.
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Internet of Things (IoT) to Foster Communication and Information Sharing: A Case of UK Higher Education
Online computing devices that are embedded in everyday objects, which allows for the sending and receiving of data.
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Reality-Creating Technologies as a Global Phenomenon
Abbreviated as IoT. This term was first used by the digital innovation pioneer, Kevin Ashton, to refer to the speedy transmission of information between objects and devices using the Internet as the channel. IoT makes the most use of existing networking and computer technologies such as pervasive computing, communication technology, the internet of people, embedded devices.
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An Overview of the Most Recent Advances in Healthcare: How Data Will Change the Way Patients Are Treated
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An IoT-Based Energy Meter for Energy Level Monitoring, Predicting, and Optimization
Internet of things is a technique of interconnected devices with individual identifier for each device and capability to transmit data over a group of nodes no need of human or computer interaction.
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A Framework for Integrating Artificial Intelligence Into Library and Information Science Curricula
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Internet of Things Applications Architecture for Industrial Interoperability Business Service
Internet of Things (IoT) means networks of things, software, sensors, network connectivity, and embedded ‘things or physical objects. It collects or exchanges data. IoT makes objects sensed or controlled through a network infrastructure, supports integration between physical real world and automated information systems, and brings various effects such as improved productivity or economy in manufacturing industries.
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Legal Framework on the Implementation of the Human Resource Management Reforms in the Philippines After the Marcos Era Up to the Duterte Administration
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Climate-Smart Agriculture and Internet of Things Systems for Agricultural Production Efficiency in African Countries
A collective network of interconnected computing devices, sensors, unmanned aerial vehicles, and digital machines connected to the Internet. Devices have the ability to communicate by sending and receiving data from each other and implement remote sensing and actuation.
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The Training of the Digital Competence at the Postgraduate Level for a Knowledge-Based Economy
Interconnection of everyday objects with the Internet so it uses objects equipped with embedded processors or sensors that are capable of transmitting information through the network. These connections allow remote administration, status monitoring, tracking and alerts.
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Shifting Gears: Redefining Supply Chain Visibility
An approach to data collection that often leverages sensors wirelessly connected to backend systems to obtain information about the state of assets and objects.
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A Survey of Blockchain-Based Solutions for IoTs, VANETs, and FANETs
Intelligent and autonomous connected objects that communicate with each other via the Internet. It encompasses the areas of the current Information Technology (IT) and uses other technologies such as Cloud Computing, Big data, or even the Blockchains.
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Leveraging IoT Framework to Enhance Smart Mobility: The U-Bike IPBeja Project
Set of physical objects that communicate using Internet.
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Expansion of Technology Utilization Through Tourism 4.0 in Slovenia
Internet of Things or IoT represents all connected devices that communicate with each other through the Internet.
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Digital Art Events and Digital Art Museums
The internet of things is a concept of creating online networks in part by placing chips, sensors, and communication modules in the everyday objects, and data in everything that surrounds people.
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Short History of Social Networking and Its Far-Reaching Impact
A technology that connects physical objects online so that users can control these objects remotely.
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Effective Integration of Technology and Human Capital Development in Healthcare
Defines connectivity between the Internet and everyday objects, activities, and devices.
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Telemedicine: A Bridge to Unprivileged Populations
Network of objects actively connected to each other and the internet.
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Effects of Quantum Technology on the Metaverse
The network of interconnected physical devices and objects that can collect and exchange data over the internet, enabling them to communicate and interact with each other.
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Internet of Things Systems to Optimize Agricultural Processes in Developing Countries
A network of physical objects such as unmanned aerial vehicles, robots, and smartphones that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies to enable communication and exchanging of data between the devices over the Internet.
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Fostering Collaborative Open Simulation for Next-Gen Enterprise Learning Ecosystems
Networked/embedded physical objects that collect and exchange data across devices, society that make up smart cars, homes, cities, communities, etc.
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Big Data and Sustainability Innovation
Physical objects linked together and exchanging data via the internet network.
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Industrial Automation Using Mobile Cyber Physical Systems
IoT represents the network of physical objects called Things that are embedded with the help of sensors, software and other technologies that serves the purpose of data exchange over the internet.
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Narrowband IoT for Emergency Medicine
It is the interconnection of objects with the Internet. It can be considered as an extension of the Internet in which the objects connected are not computers.
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Emerging Auditing Perspectives in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Communication networks through which physical objects communicate with themselves or other systems.
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Moving Towards Internet of Behaviors: Transforming Business Models With Blockchain
A technological concept that encompasses a network of physical objects, devices and sensors interconnected through the internet, enabling them to gather, exchange, and utilize data.
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Improve Home Energy Management System by Extracting Usage Patterns From Power Usage Big Data of Homes' Appliances
The internet of things (IoT) is the inter-networking of physical devices, with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity that enables these objects to collect and exchange data.
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Intelligent Assistants and the Internet of Things as the Next Marketing Landscape
Expanded Internet interconnections to any object, place, device, or “thing” with a unique identifier (UID), and thus capable of communication with and control by any authorized person or computing platform.
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Marketing Innovations in Industry 4.0 and Their Impacts on Events Marketing
It is a network that enables companies, which play a major role in the improvement of Industry 4.0 and make great use of ICTs, to make optimum decisions in their management.
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Internet Accessibility for Visually Impaired
Inter-connection of uniquely identifiable embedded active devices within Internet infrastructure.
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Internet of Things Integration in Renewable Energy Systems
An open and broad network of intelligent objects capable of sharing and arranging information. Then, it acts according to the current situation and status of the environment.
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Amiais: Territory and Memories Translated From Local Speeches
The possibility of connection between people and objects using sensors and technological devices.
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The Internet of Things From a Legal Perspective: The Concern About Personal Data
A term used to describe objects/things (devices, cars, trees,) that can connect to a network.
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A Literature Review of Marketing Intelligence and Its Theoretical Implication for Leveraging Business
A concept that pertains to the digital connectivity of commonplace items to the internet, emphasizing the connection of objects rather than individuals.
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Towards Industry 4.0: Efficient and Sustainable Manufacturing Leveraging MTEF – MTEF-MAESTRI Total Efficiency Framework
The extension of the network connectivity to physical devices, “smart devices”, which enable these objects to collect and exchange data.
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Friend or Foe?: How Anti-Digital Forensics vs. Digital Forensics Make or Break a Case
This consists of devices with sensors to enable connectivity as well as the ability to access the internet.
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The Growing Impact of ICT on Development in Africa
The growing development of machine interconnectivity where every day more objects and machines have network connectivity, allowing them to send and receive data between each other.
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Accessing Big Data in the Cloud Using Mobile Devices
The pervasive varieties of objects that can interact with each other and cooperate to reach a common goal over the Internet by using globally unique Internet addresses.
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Unleashing the Convergence of Cloud Computing With Internet of Things: Drivers for Integration
Is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.
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The Internet of Things in the Tourism Industry
Computer gadgets that are integrated into common things and are connected via the internet to exchange data.
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Telemedicine Platforms and Telemedicine Systems in Patient Satisfaction
It's a marketing strategy that involves targeting individuals with influence or leadership among potential customers of a brand through specific actions.
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Use of Smart Contracts and Distributed Ledger for Automation
IoT is an integrated system of connected devices that are assigned a unique identifier and could transfer data over a network.
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Impact of Technology on Business Continuity During COVID-19
This phrase, commonly used with the acronym IoT, refers to a system where ordinary items embedded with sensors, can be connected to the Internet. Examples of devices include smart microwaves and fridges, electric cars, fitness devices, and smart security systems.
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High Performance Computing, Big Data, and Cloud Computing: The Perfect De Facto Trio or Converging Technological Mantras?
The ever-growing network of physical objects that feature internet connectivity and the communication that occurs between these and internet-enabled devices and systems.
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A Blockchain-Based Robotic Process Automation Mechanism in Educational Setting
This refers to a system of interconnected and interrelated devices, network, software, electronics, mechanical and digital machines which are embedded with sensors to enable them to automatically collect and exchange data without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.
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The Impact of IoT on Information Warfare
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Writing Machine for Blind People
Internet of Things is a technique of interconnected devices with individual identifier for each device and capability to transmit data over a group of nodes no need of human or computer interaction.
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Consumer Value Trumps Perceived Privacy Risk: Item-Level RFID Implementation in the FMCG Industry
An ecosystem of internet-connected devices that can share data to better complete the tasks they were designed for or provide additional value to a consumer/business.
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Big Data Analytics and Internet of Things in Industrial Internet in Former Soviet Union Countries
Is the interconnection via the Internet of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send and receive data.
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A Distributed Framework and Consensus Middle-Ware for Human Swarm Interaction
A network of physical and virtual objects which are manageable and controllable via the Internet.
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Blockchain and Clinical Data Economics: The Tokenization of Clinical Research in the EU
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Security and Privacy Issues in the Internet of Things
Through the internet these devices communicate with one another. The devices are nothing but the physical objects that have sensors, the processing power, software, and other technologies.
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Blockchain-Enabled Secure Internet of Things
Internet technology connecting devices, machines and tools to the internet by means of wireless technologies.
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Artificial Intelligence Based on IoT for Healthcare
Computer equipment integrated into everyday things that communicate to one another through the internet to exchange data.
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The Development of Small-Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and the Role of Digital Ecosystems During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case of Indonesia
A network of physical objects, so known as “things,” that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies that is used for the purpose of connecting and exchanging data with other devices and systems over the internet.
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Animal Activity Recognition From Sensor Data Using Ensemble Learning
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Internet of Things: Architecture, Challenges, and Future Directions
A system of interconnected mechanical, digital and computing devices with Unique Identifiers that possess ability to transfer data over a network without human intervention.
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Artificial Intelligence Applications in Agricultural Sustainability: Enhancing Efficiency and Resilience
IoT refers to the network of physical objects embedded with sensors, software, and connectivity, enabling them to collect and exchange data with other devices and systems over the internet.
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An Effectiveness Modelling Approach for IoT-Based Smart Grids
The internet of things (IoT) describes the network of physical objects-”things” or objects, which are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies for the purpose of connecting and exchanging data with other devices and systems over the internet.
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Digital Organizations Enhancement With Information and Operational Technologies Convergence
A system of interconnected computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, or people with possibility to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.
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The Co-Evolution of Cloud and IoT Applications: Recent and Future Trends
Is the network of physical devices which enables the things to connect, collect, and exchange data.
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IT Strategy Follows Digitalization
A network comprised of physical objects capable of gathering and sharing electronic information. The Internet of Things includes a wide variety of “smart” devices, from industrial machines that transmit data about the production process to sensors that track information about the human body. Often, these devices use Internet Protocol (IP), the same protocol that identifies computers over the world wide web and allows them to communicate with one another.
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MUSPEL: Generation of Applications to Interconnect Heterogeneous Objects Using Model-Driven Engineering
It is a network of heterogeneous objects connected to each other to allow an interaction among them.
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Internet of Things, Security of Data, and Cyber Security
A concept that refers to the digital interconnection of everyday objects with the internet.
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Big Data Analysis in IoT
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Issues and Challenges (Privacy, Security, and Trust) in Blockchain-Based Applications
Interconnect computer devices embedded in everyday objects via the Internet to enable data to be transmitted and received.
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Contemporary Trends and Technologies in Research Libraries: An Overview
This is a network of physical things connecting and exchanging data over the Internet or other communication networks.
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Commercial Potentials of NBIoT and Its Impact on the Economy
It is a communication and computing framework using sensors and other supporting devices which facilitates the interconnection between the objects and the Internet.
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Development Trends of Digital Infrastructure
A network of physical objects that are connected to one another via computer technologies over the internet.
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TDSJ-IoT: Trivial Data Transmission to Sustain Energy From Reactive Jamming Attack in IoT
The Internet of Things shortly known as IoT is a system of interrelated computing devices. The objects of interest are provisioned with unique identifications. This facility aids in transfer data over a network without human-to-computer interaction.
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Digital Transformation Stemming From a Business Assessment of Construction Industry 4.0
The internet of things, or IoT, is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals, or people that are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.
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Providing an Environment for Authentic Learning Experiences
A system of interconnected computing devices that transmit data without human intervention.
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Sensor-Based Technology in the Hospitality Industry
The interconnection via the Internet of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, which enables them to receive and send the data.
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Big Data Analytics and IoT in Smart City Applications
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a arrangement of organized computing devices such as mechanical equipment or digital machines, they can be objects or community that are provided with exclusive identifiers and the facility to transfer data over a set-up without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer communication.
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Optimizing the Power Consumption of Household Appliances Using IoT
The internet of things is a network of physical devices, home appliances and other things embedded with software and different sensors to control the appliances from a remote place.
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Industrial Automation Using Internet of Things
Internet of Things is an emerging technology aimed at inter-connecting disparate objects to interchange data - it comprises of sensors and actuators, hardware and firmware electronics, system and application software, and finally the connectivity which “enables” objects to link together and interchange data.
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Information Systems and Technologies for Green Public Transportation
network of connected devices and the technology that enables communication between the devices themselves and between the cloud and devices.
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Digital Accounting and Gender Discrimination
Objects with digital network and internet are told to communicate physically and socially with their surroundings by giving them virtual identity.
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Disruptive Communication: Challenges and Opportunities of the 21st Century
In a very simplistic way, internet of things synthesizes the connectivity, provided by internet, of all kinds of objects.
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Industry 4.0 in the Context of the Triple Bottom Line of Sustainability: A Systematic Literature Review
Extending the internet through internet-ready products and production facilities (“things”) with their own IP-addresses.
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Achieving Ambient Intelligence in Addressing the COVID-19 Pandemic Using Fog Computing-Driven IoT
It is a network of outgrowing connected objects that fetch and communicate the data between physical layer nodes.
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An Update on Bitcoin as a Digital Currency
The myriad of sensors, digital equipment, and networks that connect equipment, machinery, tools, etc. together for the ease of human transaction and interaction.
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Data Ownership: Legalities Concerning Wearable Technologies
A network of people, objects, and sensors that enables information collection, use, transmission, storage, or other manipulation that is communicated via a wireless connection.
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A Soft Skills Experiment in an Industrial Engineering and Management Academic Course: A Demonstration of How to Develop Soft Skills
Or machine-to-machine communication or the 4th Industrial Revolution is the process of autonomic production systems.
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Digital Innovations and Applications in Information Science and Humanistic Knowledge
s The network of devices connected to the internet communicates with each other ( Southgate, et al., 2018 ). These devices include everyday machines, equipment, and appliances that have embedded computer chips to collect and communicate data.
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Internet of Things in Online Business: Towards a Conceptual Framework of Online Customer Behavior
Networked systems that connect physical devices that serve as information sensors with applications within the Internet.
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Challenges in Developing Software in Today's Scenario: An Analysis at Developmental Stage Level
An arrangement of interrelated processing gadgets which may be mechanical and computerized machines and the capacity to move information over a network without expecting human-to-human or human-to-computer cooperation.
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Monitoring Environmental Performance of Agricultural Supply Chains Using Internet of Things
Internet of Things denotes the network of interconnected physical devices, sensors, and software designed to collect and share data.
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Artificial Intelligence in the Consumer Behavior Process in Business
A concept that pertains to the digital connectivity of commonplace items to the internet, emphasizing the connection of objects rather than individuals.
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Access Control Challenges in Enterprise Ecosystems: Blockchain-Based Technologies as an Opportunity for Enhanced Access Control
Network of physical devices embedded with electronic components that allow them to connect with each other and exchange information.
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Big Data Optimization in Zara: How Zara Will Optimize Its Process With Big Data Due to the COVID-19 Situation
IoT refers to management and collection of daily use data from connected devices. This also includes order and identification of new features that help personalize and offer new products and services and to create new needs (Saura, 2020).
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LPWAN in Civil Engineering: An Overtopping Detection System Application
Internet of Things (IoT) is a system composed mainly of interrelated computing devices and digital or mechanical machines, but even objects, animals and people can be a part of the IoT. This interrelation is achieved by the ability of the things to transfer data over a network without the need for human interaction. Currently, wireless communication technologies are the most extended. The data the things send and receive can be a reading of a sensor that measures a parameter of the thing or its environment and an action to be taken by a thing with the ability to operate actuators. A system, such as a server, can read and send data to things.
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Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Innovation in SDGs
Describes a network of physical objects, where those objects are connected to sensors, software, and other technologies to exchange data over the internet.
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Advancing Artificial Intelligence-Enabled Cybersecurity for the Internet of Things
Internet of things (IoT) is the interconnection of heterogeneous smart devices through the Internet with diverse application areas such as smart home, car, cities, healthcare, wearables, retail, grid, agriculture, and industry.
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New Advances in E-Commerce
The ever growing network of heterogeneous objects such as digital devices, software objects and human beings interconnecting to interact and exchange information.
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Sustainable and Autonomous Soil Irrigation: Agro Smart Solution
A concept that describes how physical objects can connect to the Internet to exchange data and communicate with each other and other devices.
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Semantic Interoperability in Internet of Things: Architecture, Protocols, and Research Challenges
Internet of things (IoT) means networks of things, software, sensors, network connectivity, and embedded ‘things or physical objects. It collects or exchanges data. IoT makes objects sensed or controlled through a network infrastructure, supports integration between physical real world and automated information systems, and brings various effects such as improved productivity or economy in manufacturing industries.
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Affordable Internet of Things Sleep Monitor System
The network of physical objects, “things”, that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies to connect and exchange data with other devices and systems over the Internet.
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Digital Transformation of Small and Medium Businesses
Is a concept of a computer network connecting things (physical objects) equipped with built-in information technologies for interacting with each other or with the external environment without human intervention.
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IoT-Based Management of Smart Microgrid: Smart Energy System
Internet of things is an IP-based network consisting of interconnection of sensors, actuators, communication transceivers, intelligent electronic devices, actuators, machines, etc.
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Industry 4.0 and Sustainability
IoT is term that combines different technologies and approaches, based on the connection between physical things and the internet.
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Innovative Model of Internet of Things for Industrial Applications
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances, and other items that are embedded with sensors, software, and network connectivity that enables these objects to collect and exchange data.
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Visible Light Communication-Based Internet of Things for Healthcare
It describes linkage of physical objects or things, whichare interconnected among each other. The sensors, software, and other technologies are connected together for the purpose of linking and exchanging data over the internet.
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Research Trends in Information Systems From the Management Discipline Based on Co-Occurrence Analysis
Comprises the array of all the devices and objects whose status can be queried or modified via the Internet, with or without the active participation of people. It therefore includes the Internet, cloud computing, mass data analysis and sensors, whose convergence will lead to automatic learning, remote control and optimisation of machines and autonomous systems.
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Green Computing through Virtual Learning Environments
Connectedness of digital devices into systems where they can communicate.
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Algorithms and Bias
Devices (such as household appliances and sensors) that are connected to the internet.
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Data Analytics in the Global Product Development Supply Chain
The Internet of things (IoT) is the inter-networking of physical devices, vehicles (also referred to as “connected devices” and “smart devices”), buildings, and other items; embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity that enable these objects to collect and exchange data.
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Data Analytics for Strategic Management: Getting the Right Data
Internet property that enables objects have network connectivity, which allows them to send and receive data.
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The Effects of Use of Restaurant Management Systems Perceived by the Personnel According to Their Demographic Characteristics
It defines advanced technologies that can be read, located, and recognized independently of communication tools, controlled by information detection devices, and perform interaction via the Internet from human to human, human to machine, or machine to machine.
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NB-IoT for Agriculture
Internet of things is a new technological paradigm in which several objects and devices are connected to the Internet using sensors and transceivers. The connectivity can be wireless or wired. However, now the popularity of wireless connectivity is dominant over the wired connections. Similarly, there are several possible connection technologies available. In the recent years radio technologies are more popular than any other alternatives. However, several other technologies are available in the market.
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The Internet of Things: Legal Realities
The internet of things is a system of interrelated, internet connected objects which are able to collect and transfer data over a wireless network without human intervention.
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Water Management for Rural Environments and IoT
A set of technologies, like microcomputers, communications networks and sensors combined and integrated to provide insight about different physical and chemical processes remotely.
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The Access of Things: Spatial Access Control for the Internet of Things
A term used to denote the massive collection of networked devices. These collaborative networks will autonomously form and collaborate.
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Data Science Process for Smart Cities
Hardware and software infrastructure with a network approach that uses sensors to capture data by monitoring events.
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The Role of Social Media Use in Health Communication: Digitized Health Communication During COVID-19 Pandemic
It refers to smart solutions produced by equipping all devices with sensors and chips and making them connected to the internet.
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Internet of Things-Based Service-Oriented Architecture for Industrial Applications
Internet of Things (IoT) means networks of things, software, sensors, network connectivity, and embedded ‘things or physical objects. It collects or exchanges data. IoT makes objects sensed or controlled through a network infrastructure, supports integration between physical real world and automated information systems, and brings various effects such as improved productivity or economy in manufacturing industries.
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Emerging Technologies to Increase Energy Efficiency and Decrease Indoor Pollution in University Campuses
It refers to the interconnection of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, through the Internet, enabling them to send and receive data.
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Ambient Assisted Living and Internet of Things
The concept that refers numerous “things,” which include not only communication devices but also every other physical object on the planet, are going to be connected and will be controlled across the Internet.
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Blockchain in the Insurance Industry: Use Cases and Applications
A network of physical objects connected to each other or to larger systems. It is envisaged that the objects can work together over the Internet infrastructure by marking them with a single key and thus creating values greater than the sum of the small parts.
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NB-IoT for 5G: How 5G Aligns With NB-IoT
The concept of connecting any device to internet or in other words connecting everything in the world of communication. IoT allows businesses and people to be more connected to the world around them and to do more meaningful, higher-level work.
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Strategic Digital Informing and Its Challenges in the 21st Century
An interlinked network of physical devices and objects that exchange information with other objects via the Internet.
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Making Cities Smarter: IoT and SDN Applications, Challenges, and Future Trends
Describes physical things with sensors, processing power, software, and other technologies that communicate over the Internet or other communications networks.
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Usage of Auxiliary Systems and Artificial Intelligence in Home-Based Rehabilitation: A Review
Interconnection between electronic devices used on a daily basis, enabling them to send and receive data through the internet.
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Smart Management for Digital Transformation in China
An information carrier based on the Internet, traditional telecommunication networks, etc., which allows all ordinary physical objects that can be independently addressed to form an interconnected network.
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Strategies for Digital Transformation in Business: Digital Accounting Strategy
It is a networked system that includes the process of physical objects from data collection to communication.
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Monitoring and Detecting Plant Diseases Using Cloud-Based Internet of Things
Is the interconnection via the Internet of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send and receive data.
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How Business Intelligence and Data Analytics Can Leverage Business
Is a concept that refers to the digital interconnection of everyday objects with the internet, the connection of objects more than people.
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Pattern Recognition by IoT Systems of Machine Learning
Computers that have been incorporated into everyday objects and are connected to one another over the internet to share data.
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GAFRHE: A Gamification Framework for Healthcare
Interconnection between electronic devices used in a daily basis, enabling them to send and receive data through the internet.
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Advancing Personal Learning and Transdisciplinarity for Developing Identity and Community
Networked/embedded physical objects that collect and exchange data across devices, society that make up smart cars, homes, cities, communities, etc.
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Internet Privacy
A network of physical objects embedded with sensors that enable them to collect and share data.
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Privacy of Information and Data: Policies, Threats, and Solutions
It is the network where physical objects connect to each other and systems over the Internet.
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Digital Technology Advancements in Knowledge Management in Domestic Tour Products in the Russian Federation: Theoretical and Methodological Aspects
Is the interconnection via the Internet of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send and receive data.
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Disruptive Unicorn of Digital Innovations: A Challenge for University Professors
A type of digital disruptive innovation that connects different types of objects from which data is collected and fed into a wireless network without human intervention. Its objective is to design and connect many digital devices in real time to improve performance of every human activity with a statistical analysis that is superior to the ones done by human beings on their own.
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The COVID-19 Pandemic in the 4th Industrial Revolution: A Critical Review
Products that transfer sensor, processing results, or other data with other devices and/or systems over the internet.
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How Artificial Intelligence Can Enhance Predictive Maintenance in Smart Factories
It refers to the digital interconnection of all kinds of objects or devices with the Internet, such as sensors and mechanical devices, but also everyday objects such as household appliances, footwear or clothing. The goal is to reach Machine to Machine (M2M) interaction.
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Intelligent Cities: A Compendious and Multidisciplinary Approach – Issues and Opportunities
This is a vision in which ICT based smart devices are connected to automatically perform the required operations to makes living easier; Intelligent cities and autonomous cars are just two examples of IoT.
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Autonomous Communication Model for Internet of Things
a communication infrastructure based on the Internet to connect heterogeneous devices utilized by Cyber Physical Systems to assist diverse human activities.
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New Business Models for Society 5.0
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept of connecting any device to the Internet, creating a vast network of connected things, and providing people-people, people-things, and things-things connections.
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Connected Societies Through Digital Transformation
Internet of things is defined as a system by which data can be transferred over a network without any human to human intervention.
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Semantic Web Service Architecture for Improving Supply Chain Operation
Internet of Things (IoT) means networks of things, software, sensors, network connectivity, and embedded ‘things or physical objects. It collects or exchanges data. IoT makes objects sensed or controlled through a network infrastructure, supports integration between physical real world and automated information systems, and brings various effects such as improved productivity or economy in manufacturing industries.
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The Impact of Digital Enterprise Transformation Strategies on Project Managers' Competencies
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Adoption of Industry 4.0: Analysis and Action of Mexican Case
System based on the complete connectivity of the machine without having a third-party connection that allows the interconnection of physical objects and the exchange of encrypted information through the internet.
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ML, AI, and IoT as Driving Forces From Industry 5.0 Concepts for Better Global Food Security
IoT pertains to a system where physical objects such as devices, vehicles, and appliances are equipped with sensors, software, and internet connectivity. This allows them to gather and share data over the internet. By bridging the gap between the physical and digital realms, the IoT enables more advanced surveillance, management, and automation of a wide range of activities and operations.
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A Holistic Infrastructure to Support Elderlies' Independent Living
Machine to machine communication among smart objects spread into the environment.
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Generating Big Data in (Micro)Economics
Digital data transmitting devices that are attached to any kind of goods, generating data about their use or the state of the user.
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Creating a Research Laboratory on Big Data and Internet of Things for the Study and Development of Digital Transformation
Is the interconnection via the Internet of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send and receive data.
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The Development of the Management Competences at the Postgraduate Level in the Context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Interconnection of everyday objects with the Internet so it uses objects equipped with embedded processors or sensors that are capable of transmitting information through the network. These connections allow remote administration, status monitoring, tracking, and alerts.
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Intelligent Slotting for the Warehouse
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a scenario in which individuals, objects, or animals are provided with unique identifiers, such as IP addresses, and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.
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Technological Application to Managing a Municipal Urban Garden
Technology that enables inanimate objects to connect, store, and perform functions of all kinds. The core idea of IoT is to make things smarter and more connected.
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Electronic Government
Is a concept of a computer network connecting things (physical objects) equipped with built-in information technologies for interacting with each other or with the external environment without human intervention.
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Review of the Blockchain Technology and Consensus Algorithms for IoT-Based Banking
The internet of things (IoT) is a collection of interconnected devices that are connected to a network and/or to one another and exchange data without requiring human-machine interaction.
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mHealth, Data, and Privacy: The Case of the Higher Education Community
The various objects connecting and exchanging data using the internet.
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Optimum Power Control of Household Appliances Using IoT in Smart Buildings
The internet of things is a network of physical devices, home appliances, and other things embedded with software and different sensors to control the appliances from a remote place.
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Blockchain Applications and Trends That Promote Information Management
Innovative digital technological systems and solutions that are utilized in information organizations such as information of things, Internet of value, mobile of things, web of things, digital information systems, personal devices, and hyperconnectivity.
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Computer Forensics and Cyber Attacks
Every object is going to be connect to a network, so internet network becomes internet of objects (things).
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IoT-Based Smart Farming
Is the global infrastructure to exchange data for any computing device over the Internet from any place and anytime.
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A Big Data Framework for Decision Making in Supply Chain
The internet of things (IoT) is the inter-networking of physical devices, vehicles (also referred to as “connected devices” and “smart devices”), buildings, and other items; embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity that enable these objects to collect and exchange data.
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Cybersecurity in Europe: Digital Identification, Authentication, and Trust Services
the network of physical objects that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies for the purpose of connecting and exchanging data with other devices and systems.
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Critical Infrastructure Protection in Developing Countries
The internet of things (IoT) is the internetworking of physical devices, vehicles, buildings and other items - embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity that enable these objects to collect and exchange data.In 2013 the Global Standards Initiative on Internet of Things (IoT-GSI) defined the IoT as “the infrastructure of the information society.” The IoT allows objects to be sensed and/or controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure, creating opportunities for more direct integration of the physical world into computer-based systems, and resulting in improved efficiency, accuracy and economic benefit. When IoT is augmented with sensors and actuators, the technology becomes an instance of the more general class of cyber-physical systems, which also encompasses technologies such as smart grids, smart homes, intelligent transportation and smart cities. Each thing is uniquely identifiable through its embedded computing system but is able to interoperate within the existing Internet infrastructure. Experts estimate that the IoT will consist of almost 50 billion objects by 2020.
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Application of Technology in Healthcare: Tackling COVID-19 Challenge – The Integration of Blockchain and Internet of Things
Ubiquitous network of interconnected objects capable of information storage and exchange using embedded sensors, actuators, and other devices.
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Cyber Crime and Challenges of Securing Nigeria's Cyber-Space Against Criminal Attacks
Is a computing concept that describes the idea of everyday physical objects being connected to the Internet and being able to identify themselves to other devices.
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Leveraging the Arduino Platform to Develop Information Technology Devices
A development of the Internet where common objects have network connection and send and receive data.
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Regulatory Approval and Challenges in the Digital Era
The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the network of interconnected devices, sensors, and objects that collect and exchange data over the internet, enabling them to communicate and interact with each other.
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XHAC: Explainable Human Activity Classification From Sensor Data
A communication network in which physical devices are connected to each other or to bigger systems via the internet.
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Internet of Things-Enabled Smart Entry System for Telecom Sites
IoT is a system in which devices are connected to the internet to send data or receive instructions.
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Inverted Constructivism to Leverage Mobile-Technology-Based Active Learning
(IoT) : A system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects and people that through the use of sensors built in to them are distinguished by unique identifiers that have the ability to communicate and transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.
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Securing Digital Ecosystems: Harnessing the Power of Intelligent Machines in a Secure and Sustainable Environment
Internet of things is a paradigm that extends the concept of the Internet to the world of objects, networked together, that autonomously exchange information.
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Improving Industrial Product Lifecycle Management by Semantic Data Federations
A global architecture in which things (objects) are able to process, store, and communicate information about themselves and other things.
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An IoMT Architecture for Patient Rehabilitation Based on Low-Cost Hardware and Interoperability Standards
Interconnection between electronic devices used in a daily basis, enabling them to send and receive data through the internet.
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Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Their Implications in the Tourism Industry
The Internet of Things is a concept of creating online networks in part by placing chips, sensors, and communication modules in the everyday objects, and data in everything that surrounds people.
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A Framework to Data Integration for an Internet of Things Supporting Manufacturing Supply Chain Operation
Internet of things (IoT) means networks of things, software, sensors, network connectivity, and embedded ‘things’ or physical objects. It collects or exchanges data. IoT makes objects sensed or controlled through a network infrastructure, supports integration between physical real world and automated information systems, and brings various effects such as improved productivity or economy in manufacturing industries.
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Emerging Technologies and Educational Requirements in Engineering Education for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Is an intelligent interactivity between human and things to exchange information and knowledge for new value creation. It encompasses three main technology components, namely connected things with embedded sensors, connectivity and infrastructure, and analytics and applications.
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Blockchain in the Healthcare Sector
Is an open and broad network of intelligent objects capable of sharing and arranging information. Then, it acts according to the current situation and status of the environment.
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A Unified Platform for the Dynamic Evolution of Context-Aware Highly Agile Services
Things” are potentially all objects we encounter in our everyday lives. The Internet of Things connects “Things” and devices to large databases and networks. “Things” carry embedded intelligence, using for example RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) as an identification system and sensor technologies to detect changes in their physical status and environment.
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Strategies and Business Models of Banks in Front of the FinTech and BigTech Competition
A system in which objects (things), equipped with special sensors, communicate and exchange data with computers and other devices, using a variety of network solutions.
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Technologies for Digital Transformation in Marginalized Communities
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