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Ramjee Prasad

Interoperability, Standardisation and Governance in the Era of Internet of Things (IoT)

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  • Vandana M. Rohokale, Danmark
  • Rajeev Prasad, Danmark
  • Neeli R. Prasad, Danmark
  • Ramjee Prasad
The idiom “Internet of Things” has appeared to describe a number of technologies and research disciplines that enable the Internet to reach out into the real world of physical objects. Technologies such as RFID, short-range wireless communications, real-time localization, and sensor networks are becoming increasingly common, bringing the “Internet of Things” into industrial, commercial, and domestic use. Since the last decade, a thought-provoking idea is
fast emerging in the wireless communications which gives us the newscientific
insight about the omnipresent presence around us of a variety of “things” or
“objects,” such as RFIDs, sensors, actuators, mobile phones, which, through
unique addressing schemes, are able to interact with each other and cooperate
with their neighboring “smart” components to reach common goals. This novel
paradigm, named “The Internet of Things” (IoT) continues on the path set by
the concept of smart environments and facilitates the way to the deployment
of numerous applications with a significant impact on many fields of future
everyday life. In this perspective, logistics, Intelligent Transportation Systems
(ITS), business/process management, assisted living and e-health are only a
few examples of possible application fields in which this novel paradigm will
play a leading role in the near future.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelInternet of Things : Global Technological and Societal Trends
RedaktørerOvidiu Vermesan, Peter Friess
Antal sider28
ForlagRiver Publishers
Udgivelsesår2011
Sider257-285
Kapitel11
ISBN (trykt)978-87-92329-67-7
StatusUdgivet - 2011
Eksternt udgivetJa
SerietitelThe River Publishers' Series in Communications

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