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- Future Internet of Things: open issues and challenges
- Understanding Security Requirements and Challenges in Internet of Things (IoT): A Review
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The rapid development and implementation of smart and IoT Internet of Things based technologies have allowed for various possibilities in technological advancements for different aspects of life. The main goal of IoT technologies is to simplify processes in different fields, to ensure a better efficiency of systems technologies or specific processes and finally to improve life quality. Sustainability has become a key issue for population where the dynamic development of IoT technologies is bringing different useful benefits, but this fast development must be carefully monitored and evaluated from an environmental point of view to limit the presence of harmful impacts and ensure the smart utilization of limited global resources.
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The Internet of Things IoT is changing how we live, work, travel, and do business. It is even the basis of a new industrial transformation, known as Industry 4. Reason enough to understand the essence of the Internet of Things. What is the Internet of Things, also known as IoT? You can find many definitions below. Look at it this way: people can connect to digital networks and the Internet with devices such as smartphones and computers, in order to share information, chat, buy, and so forth.
These things or items can exchange information between them and transmit data to other devices and systems. They can usually also received data. The information they share can be about objects to which they are attached and the environment they are in through sensors that come in many shapes for different parameters.
Smart devices and machines can also share information about their internal state. In other words: physical objects and lots of them, far more than there are people. While the Internet of Things starts with the infrastructure of connected things, both its benefits and risks are mainly related to the network technologies, systems, and applications built upon this underlying layer. All things or connected components of more complex physical objects can be uniquely identified and addressed via the Internet of Things.
Examples of things range from consumer-oriented devices such as wearables and smart home solutions Consumer IoT to connected equipment in the enterprise Enterprise IoT and industrial assets such as machines, robots, or even workers in smart factories and industrial facilities Industrial IoT , the essential component of Industry 4.
The question is not what you can connect but why you would do so: the purpose, the outcomes. So, IoT is an umbrella term with many use cases, technologies, standards and applications.
The things and data are the starting point and essence of what IoT enables and means. Examples: health monitoring, asset tracking, environmental monitoring, predictive maintenance and home automation. Some IoT use cases exist across industries, others are more vertical. An example: asset tracking is a universal use case. It could be a consumer application to know where your pet or skateboard is. But it could also mean tracking containers on a huge cargo ship. Same basic principle, a world of difference regarding technologies and context.
In this IoT business guide you can learn about the origins, technologies and evolutions of IoT with business examples, applications and research. The Internet of Things is the logical next step in the evolution of the Internet and is a continuation of M2M machine-to-machine networks and technologies, building upon and extending technologies in M2M, mobile technologies, RFID and more. IoT stretches further than these roots while encompassing them and became ever more popular due to several factors, including the lower costs of sensors and enabling technologies and networks.
The main areas of Internet of Things investments industries and use cases include manufacturing operations, transportation, smart grid technologies, smart buildings and, increasingly, consumer Internet of Things, smart home automation and retail. The interconnection of physical devices with embedded sensing and communication possibilities, including sensors and actuators, is not new and has a long history in the sense of M2M networks of which it is a next and broader step.
In the Internet of Things, physical endpoints are connected through uniquely identifiable IP addresses; whereby data can be gathered, aggregated, communicated and analyzed increasingly at the edge of the network: edge computing and fog computing via embedded electronics and software, IoT nodes and IoT gateways , additional connectivity technologies and the cloud, networks and IoT platforms with a growing integration of AI, IoT and other technologies such as blockchain.
The Internet of Things is the interconnection of endpoints devices and things which can be uniquely addressed and identified with an IP Internet Protocol address. With the Internet of Things, devices can be connected to the Internet, sense, gather, receive and send data and communicate with each other and applications via IP technologies, platforms and connectivity solutions.
IoT is an additional layer of information, interaction, transaction and action which is added to the Internet thanks to devices, equipped with data sensing, analysis and communication capabilities, using Internet technologies.
In several industries and companies, tangible value creation by leveraging the power of IoT is happening since quite some time as ample real-life IoT examples show. However, it will still take until long after before hype, roadblocks and misunderstandings regarding the Internet of Things fade away and uncertainties and challenges in several areas are solved.
Moreover, a radical new approach to security will be needed, especially since organizations see themselves forced to go beyond cybersecurity across all their digital initiatives and data protection efforts, embracing a holistic cyber resilience approach with IoT significantly expanding the attack surface.
The usage of the Internet of Things happens at different speeds. This is poised to change although globally manufacturing will still account for the majority of IoT spend hardware, software, services and connectivity. The manufacturing industry, along with transportation and utilities are the three main IoT investment areas and are part of what is known as the Industrial Internet of Things.
Despite challenges, different speeds and the fast evolutions which we will see until the first years of the next decade, the Internet of Things is here. In business and industry , there are thousands of Internet of Things use cases and real-life Internet of Things deployments across a variety of sectors with the three industries which we just mentioned accounting for a more than significant part of deployments and investments as the image on the right shows.
In the consumer space there are many thousands of devices and applications for a broad variety of purposes. Predictions regarding the economic impact, sub segments, technologies and number of IoT-connected devices keep evolving as well. Over the past few years predictions regarding the number of IoT devices has been reviewed downwards. Despite being a reality, the Internet of Things in general is still in its early days, regardless of massive attention, impressive forecasts and numbers, and major evolutions and deployments in many areas.
However, if you look at the overall potential of IoT we are really just starting. Standards, technologies, maturity levels, devices and applications continue to evolve as various actors in the IoT ecosystem come up with platforms, new data analysis models and even evolving definitions and views to make IoT projects better and smarter.
At the same time, challenges regarding regulation, security and data are being tackled — and even a universal IoT definition is still being debated. The idea of the Internet of Things goes back quite some time. Think about machine-to-machine M2M networks.
Or think about ATMs automated teller machine or cash machines , which are connected to interbank networks, just as the point of sales terminals where you pay with your ATM cards.
These earlier forms of networks, connected devices and data are where the Internet of Things comes from. Most real-life implementations of RFID in those days happened in logistics, warehouses and the supply chain in general. However, there were many challenges and hurdles to overcome, as we covered end in a white paper for a Belgian RFID specialist who targeted the logistics industry mainly warehousing and industrial logistics as RFID was still expensive.
It might surprise you but the concepts of connected refrigerators, telling you that you need to buy milk, the concept of what is now known as smart cities and the vision of an immersive shopping experience without bar code scanning and leveraging smart real-time information obtained via connected devices and goods go back since before the term Internet of Things even existed.
Again, it took a long time. RFID existed years before talked about the Internet of Things as a system, connecting the physical world and the Internet via omni-present sensors. Ashton found the solution in RFID tags, which were still far too expensive to be able to put them on each product.
The rest is a standard system, solving miniaturization challenges, lowering RFID tags prices and…history. The Internet of Things is the interconnected sphere of physical devices with the Internet and other networks through uniquely identifiable IP addresses, whereby data is gathered and communicated through embedded sensors, electronics and software. Physical devices are either designed for the Internet of Things or are assets, including living beings, which are equipped with data sensing and transmitting electronics.
Beyond this endpoint dimension with devices, sensors, actuators and communication systems, the Internet of Things is also used to describe what is effectively done with the data acquired from connected things. The Internet of Things describes a range of applications, protocols, standards, architectures and data acquisition and analysis technologies whereby devices and items appliances, clothes, animals,….
As you can read below, data and how they are acquired, analyzed and combined into information value chains and benefits are key in it. In fact, the true value of the Internet of Things lies in the ways it enables to leverage entirely new sources and types of data for entirely new business models, insights, forms of engagement, ways of living and societal improvements. We cover both below as they are still often used. Furthermore, there are overlaps between both.
We see the Internet of Things more from an Internet of Everything perspective, which is again part of a broader context. What this means is explained further below. The Internet of Things is not a thing. Data which is acquired, submitted, processed or sent to devices, in most cases travels across the Internet, fixed lines, across cloud ecosystems or via tailored wireless connectivity technologies which are developed for specific applications of IoT e.
Bridging digital, physical and human spheres through networks, connected processes and data, turned into knowledge and action, is an essential aspect in this equation. In recent years the focus in the Internet of Things has shifted from the pure aspect of connecting devices and gathering data to this interconnection of devices, data, business goals, people and processes, certainly in IIoT.
Most IoT definitions have several aspects in common. Here are the elements they have in common:. There are several IoT connectivity and network protocols and standards, both wireless and fixed. Connectivity happens on all levels: at a very close range e. Connectivity standards are also different, depending on the power that is needed and the volumes of IoT data transmitted, adding to the broad range of standards and solutions.
Connectivity in the sense of connected devices is the start, connected data is where the value starts. IoT-enabled assets, devices, physical objects, sensors, anything connected the physical world, appliances, endpoints, the list goes on. They are all terms to describe what is an essential part of a network of things. Some add words such as smart or intelligent to the devices.
IoT devices need to be managed. IoT device management can be simple e. It can also be complex. As IoT platforms become ever more important often IoT device management is handled on this level as device management is one of the key components of such a platform. Other components of an IoT platform include IoT data management, access control and application development enablement.
More in this MachNation IoT platform overview. Additionaly, as edge computing becomes more important also take a look at IoT device management at the edge as explained in the MachNation IoT edge scorecard. This is part of that intelligent notion but it also brings us far closer to the essence. Data is a crucial part of this equation, albeit just a first step as data as such is not enough. However, there is no Internet of Things without big data.
Data as such is maybe not without value but it sure is without meaning unless it is used for a purpose and it is turned into meaning, insights, intelligence and actions. Maybe you heard about the good old DIKW model from data to information to knowledge to wisdom — and action? Well, the data gathered and sensed by IoT devices needs to be communicated in order to even start turning it into actionable information, let alone knowledge, insights, wisdom or actions.
We just touched upon this aspect. Just as there is no Internet of Things without big data, there is no useful Internet of Things deployment without understanding meaning, intelligence, big data analytics, cognitive and AI and so on. There is always a degree of automation, no matter the scope of the project or the type of Internet of Things application.
In fact, most IoT applications are essentially all about automation. And that often comes with costs and benefits.
Future Internet of Things: open issues and challenges
Metrics details. Internet of Things IoT is a new paradigm that has changed the traditional way of living into a high tech life style. Smart city, smart homes, pollution control, energy saving, smart transportation, smart industries are such transformations due to IoT. A lot of crucial research studies and investigations have been done in order to enhance the technology through IoT. However, there are still a lot of challenges and issues that need to be addressed to achieve the full potential of IoT. These challenges and issues must be considered from various aspects of IoT such as applications, challenges, enabling technologies, social and environmental impacts etc. The main goal of this review article is to provide a detailed discussion from both technological and social perspective.
The Internet of Things IoT is changing how we live, work, travel, and do business. It is even the basis of a new industrial transformation, known as Industry 4. Reason enough to understand the essence of the Internet of Things. What is the Internet of Things, also known as IoT? You can find many definitions below.
Internet of things IoT is realized by the idea of free flow of information amongst various low-power embedded devices that use the Internet to communicate with one another. It is predicted that the IoT will be widely deployed and will find applicability in various domains of life. Demands of IoT have lately attracted huge attention, and organizations are excited about the business value of the data that will be generated by deploying such networks. On the contrary, IoT has various security and privacy concerns for the end users that limit its proliferation. In this paper, we have identified, categorized, and discussed various security challenges and state-of-the-art efforts to resolve these challenges.
Understanding Security Requirements and Challenges in Internet of Things (IoT): A Review
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Internet of Things IoT and its relevant technologies have been attracting the attention of researchers from academia, industry, and government in recent years. However, since the requirements of the IoT are quite different from what the Internet today can offer, several innovative techniques have been gradually developed and incorporated into IoT, which is referred to as the Future Internet of Things FIoT. An intelligent data management framework inspired by swarm optimization will then given. Finally, open issues and future trends of this field will be addressed.
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Internet of Things IoT and its relevant technologies have been attracting the attention of researchers from academia, industry, and government in recent years. However, since the requirements of the IoT are quite different from what the Internet today can offer, several innovative techniques have been gradually developed and incorporated into IoT, which is referred to as the Future Internet of Things FIoT. An intelligent data management framework inspired by swarm optimization will then given. Finally, open issues and future trends of this field will be addressed. Today, we can enjoy the successful results of various information systems and Internet applications because they underwent several changes and redesigns to satisfy the needs of end users. With relevant technologies, systems, and Internet at hand, several incredible approaches can then be imagined and realized. The Internet applications are now linked closely to the daily life of humans covering various fields from the World Wide Web to e-mail to e-Learning to search engine to social network [ 1 , 2 ].
Items in EconStor are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated. The advent of internet of things IoT has influenced and revolutionized the information systems and computing technologies. A computing concept where physical objects used in daily life, will identify themselves by getting connected to the internet is called IoT. Physical objects embedded with electronic, radio-frequency identification, software, sensors, actuators and smart objects converge with the internet to accumulate and share data in IoT. IoT is expected to bring in extreme changes and solutions to most of the daily problems in the real world.