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The revolution of the Internet of Things (IoT) has given a better way of monitoring things including anything that could gather data and share the information over the internet. Most of the connected things are using Device to Device (D2D) connection to make it available on the internet such as client to a broker or client to a server. However, when IoT devices such as embedded devices and sensors that are connected to the internet, it becomes an open path for attackers to acquire the data and...
Topics: AAβ, Encryption, Internet of Things
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by Mohammad Moradi, Kheirollah Rahsepar Fard
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An important topic that need to investigate is teaching of English language. In most educational methods, a series of pre-defined and fixed subjects are used for all individuals. There is also less attention paid to modern methods in education of English language. In this paper we present an application as a modern method in education of English language. In the proposed algorithm that is in the internet of things environment, has paid attention to teaching of English language, includes the use...
Topics: Education, English Language, Internet of Things
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by Syed Farid Syed Adnan, Mohd Anuar Mat Isa, Habibah Hashim
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Internet of Things (IoT) is a way of providing data with the physical thing that interconnected to the network, which is the Internet. The IoT devices connected to the internet, broadcast of the data to the broker or a server, becomes an open route for attackers to gain the data and making the data becomes vulnerable. Thus, the data could be altered or spoofed by an attacker which led to security issues especially on data integrity. Therefore, the data security collected from the sensors is as...
Topics: Internet of Things, IoT, Encryption, Public key
The Concepts of the Internet of Things associated with different applications running from home motorisation to habitual IoT, Where partner physical things, from wherever through a system. This will give incite access to information about the physical world and the articles in it provoking imaginative organisations and augmentation in capability and productivity. The framework proposes to build up an IoT based Interactive Industrial Home remote framework, Energy administration framework and...
Topics: ARM Microcontroller, GPRS, Internet of Things, WSN
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by F. A. Saparudin, T. C. Chee, A. S. Ab Ghafar, H. A. Majid, N. Katiran
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Water quality is one of the major factors that greatly affects growth and mortality rate of aquatic livestock especially in high density aquaculture system. Conventional method requires fish farmer to perform manual water quality test and record on multiple fish tanks in regular basis. This process is meticulous, and may affect aquatic livestock that needs close and immediate attention. In this paper, water quality monitoring system for the high density aquaculture environment is proposed. The...
Topics: Internet of things, Water quality monitoring, Wireless sensor
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by Deepika N, M. Anand, F. Jerald
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Internet of things is a technology where day to day devices, processing, and communication become smarter, intelligent and informative respectively. Health monitoring system is one the most important applications enabled by IOT. IOT health monitoring system comprises of sensors, network and a remote server (cloud). It provides multi-dimensional health monitoring and also suggests treatments. In this paper we have proposed a novel three tier health monitoring system, which stores and process the...
Topics: Internet of things, Health monitoring system, Cloud computing
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by S. A. Ishak, H. Zainol Abidin, M. Muhamad
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Patients at home may forget to take their medicines on time, miss doses or even take overdoses. This particularly applies to the elderly at home. Hence, this paper presents a monitoring system to improve the medical adherence which is based on Internet of Things (IoT) concept known as smart medicine cabinet monitoring system. The system is proposed to remind the elderly to take their medicines on time, to ensure that the elderly have taken their medicines and to notify the family member of the...
Topics: Elderly, Internet of Things, Medical adherence, Smart cabinet
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by Koduru Suresh, PVGD Prasad Reddy, Padala Preethi
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Today Internet of things (IoT) interconnects any object possessing sensing and computing capabilities to the internet. In this era, increasing number of electronic devices and applications in Internet of Things (IoT) requires secured communication with low power consumption capabilities. As security is a major challenge in internet of things, it is important to design a key management solution that considers resource constrained nodes and hence key management in public key cryptography is a...
Topics: Cryptography, Internet of things, Public key exchange, Security
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by Shamsul Kamal Ahmad Khalid, Nurul Shafiqah Che Dan, Noor Azah Samsudin, Muhammad Syariff Aripin, Nor Amirul Amri Nordin
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Extreme temperature in a chicken coop can significantly affect the growth and productivity of poultry. Therefore, the temperature inside the chicken coop need to be controlled to protect it from extreme temperatures. Most of the technology use electrical energy supplied to an evaporative cooling system to control the temperature of a coop. This paper presents an autonomous chicken coop cooling system using renewable energy and water recycling (REMACT). In this study, a monitoring system with...
Topics: Autonomous system, Chicken coop, Internet of Things (IoT), Temperature
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by Wahidur Rahman, Elias Hossain, Rahabul Islam, Harun-Ar-Rashid, Nur-A-Alam, Mahmodul Hasan
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This paper reflects on the implementation of IoT enabled Farming, especially for the people needed a smart way of agriculture. This research focuses on real-time observation with efficient use of cheapest security system. The features of this research including i) Sensor data monitoring using soil moisture sensor which is responsible for measuring moisture of the filed, water level sensor which is liable for detecting flooded water, pH sensor which is accountable for measuring pH of the soil...
Topics: Dashboard, IoT (Internet of things), IP-camera, pH, Sensor
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by Nur Azaliah Abu Bakar, Wan Makhtariah Wan Ramli, and Noor Hafizah Hassan
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The Internet of Things (IoT) has not been around for very long. However, since the notion of IoT introduced, most of IoT studies focused on a strategic level such as planning, architectures, standardization, and latest technologies, however, studies of risk management plan of IoT are still lacking. IoT has been widely used to link existing medical resources and provide reliable, effective and smart healthcare services to elderly and patients with chronic illnesses. However, a systematic process...
Topics: Healthcare, Internet of things, Risk model, plan Security, challenges
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by Jessica Velasco, Leandro Alberto, Henrick Dave Ambatali, Marlon Canilang, Vincent Daria, Jerome Bryan Liwanag, Gilfred Allen Madrigal
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This study presents a system that combines a conventional refrigerator, microcontrollers and a smart phone to create an inventory monitoring that can monitor the stocks inside the refrigerator wirelessly by accessing an Android application. The developed refrigerator uses a sensor network system that is installed in a respective compartment inside the refrigerator. Each sensor will transmit data to the microcontrollers, such as Arduino Yun and Arduino Uno, which are interconnected by the I2C...
Topics: Dropbox, Internet of things (IoT), Refrigerator, Sensor network, Temboo
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by M. A. F. Ismail, M. N. Md. Isa, S. N. Mohyar, M. I. Ahmad, M. N. M. Ismail, R. C. Ismail, A. Harun, S. A. Z. Murad
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Rice is source of food calories and protein. This second most widely grown cereal crop is the staple food for more than half the world’s population especially in developing countries. The ability of global rice production to meet population demands (now estimated at more than 5 billion and projected to rise to 8.9 billion by 2050) remains in uncertainty in the near future unless challenges in rice production are properly addressed [1-3]. This paper proposed an IoT (Internet of things)-based...
Topics: e-PADI, Internet of things, Microcontroller, Wireless sensor networks
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by H. Varun Chand, J. Karthikeyan
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Precise and appropriate traffic related data allows travellers to choose suitable travelling modes, travelling paths, and departure time, which is crucial for the success of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS). With the growth of vehicles, the rate of pollution and consumption of fuel has increased, it also creates traffic congestions. For the recent years there has been a rapid growth in technology, which can be explored to solve traffic issues. However, depending upon the available...
Topics: Intelligent Transportation System, Internet of Things, Clustering, Resource Privacy, Vanet
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by Keshihakumar Kalaithasan, N. A. M. Radzi, H. Z. Abidin
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Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) is a health condition whereby a patient is presented with either vague temporary symptoms such as fatigue, aches and sensitivity to odour or more significant temporary symptoms such as itchy eyes, skin rashes and nasal allergy when they are in a building. Numerous factors have been associated with SBS, but the lack of an accurate diagnosis for these symptoms make treatment more difficult, as risk of treating the patient with wrong diagnosis is relative when the...
Topics: FavorIot, Internet of things, Raspberry pi, Sensors, Sick building syndrome
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by Y. NarasimhaRao, P. Surya Chandra, V. Revathi, N. Suresh Kumar
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Weather reporting system consist multiple devices which are playing dynamic role in producing dynamic environmental parameters such as temperature, humidity, and air pollution. It was a tedious task to bring all the devices together and make them interleaving to produce relevant measurement. Recent trends have proven that the IoT has brought all the devices and peripherals in one place to make more flexible and smart measurement. In the traditional weather monitoring system measurement method...
Topics: Arduino, Cloud, Decryption, Encryption, Weather monitoring system, Internet of things
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by Mohamed Fazil Mohamed Firdhous, B. H. Sudantha
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Monitoring the microclimate is important in many practical situations involving agriculture, archaeology, and other environments. Microclimate is defined as the environmental conditions in a small restricted area, that differs from that of surrounding areas. In certain situations, these conditions are artificially generated for creating a conducive environment for achieving better results. Environments such as greenhouses and climate controlled beehives require to maintain their environments...
Topics: Cloud computing, Greenhouse, Internet of things, Microclimate monitoring, Sensor networks
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by Zolidah Kasiran, Shapina Abdullah, Normazlie Mohd Nor
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IoT create an ecosystem that can be useful to the world with its various services. That make the security of IoT is more important. This paper presents a proposed technique to secure data transaction from IoT device to other node using cryptography technique. AES cryptography and IoT device model ESP8266 is used as a client to send data to a server via HTTP protocol. Security performance matrices used eavesdropping attack with Wireshark sniffing and brute-force attack. will be simulated to the...
Topics: Advance encryption standard, Internet of things, IoT security, Secure transaction
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by M. K. Zulkalnain, N. A. Kamsani, R. M.Sidek, F. Z.Rokhani, S. J. Hashim, M. N. Hamidon
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In the midst of technological advance where everything is connected via the internet, IoT is emerging as a potential solution to everything, ranging from health wearables to smart city. An RFEH power management system has promising benefits that could further improve the powering of IoT devices as it has potential for clean energy as well as other advantages which consists of a rectifier, bandgap reference and LDO as the main core. However, the main challenge is supplying clean and low noise...
Topics: Internet of things, MOS bandgap reference, Power management, RF energy harveste
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by Firdaus Hashim, Roslina Mohamad, Murizah Kassim, Saiful Izwan Suliman, Nuzli Mohamad Anas, Ahmad Zaki Abu Bakar
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Temperature and humidity are among the parameters that significant to the industrial and agricultural. Traditionally, these elements are monitored inefficiently through wired monitoring system that caused higher implementation and maintenance cost. In addition, the device to detect the temperature such thermometer is not suitable for real-time monitoring since it need a longer response time to measure. With the advent of wireless technology, the temperature and humidity are monitored remotely...
Topics: Arduino, Internet of things (IoT), LoRaWAN, Monitoring system, The things network
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by Bhagyashri S, Kanimozhi G, Umamaheswari E, Devi Mani, Anitha R. U.
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The successful inclusion of microgrids for enhancement of the existing power system is laden with many challenges. Increase in demand and insufficient power generation results in power shutdown in several areas which comprises non-critical loads. The preface of Distributed Generation (DG) in power system has varied implications on the existing system. The concept proposed in this paper helps in time scheduling and load scheduling of a power system based on priority setting and time setting. The...
Topics: Distributed generation, Internet of things (IoT), Load shedding Microgrids, Time scheduling
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by Chee-Pun. Ooi, Wooi-Haw. Tan, Soon-Nyean. Cheong, Yee-Lien. Lee, V. M. Baskaran, Yeong-Liang. Low
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An Internet of Things (IoT) FPGA-based home hub to automate control operations in a home environment was designed and built. The proposed system uses an FPGA home hub as its local analytic engine with an IoT platform to store the sensory data. The FPGA was programmed in Verilog HDL using Quartus II provided by Altera. The WiFi capability of the FPGA was extended through an ESP8266 chip to ease the interfacing with various sensors connected to it. The system can be configured and monitored...
Topics: Embedded system, FPGA, Home automation, Internet of things, Open-source platform
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by Nurshahrily Idura Ramli, Mohd Izani Mohamed Rawi, Ahmad Zahid Hijazi, Abdullah Hayyan Kunji Mohammed
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In this modern century where fine comfort is a necessity especially in buildings and occupied space, the study to satisfy one aspect of human comfort is a must. This study encompasses of exploring the physiological and environmental factors in achieving thermal comfort which specifically considering the clothing insulation and metabolic rate of students as well as the deployment of dry-bulb temperature, mean radiant temperature, humidity, and air movement in order to obtain the level of comfort...
Topics: Environmental factors, Human physiology factors, Internet of Things (IoT), Thermal comfort
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by Kristine Joyce P. Ortiz, John Peter O. Davalos, Elora S. Eusebio, Dominic M. Tucay
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Internet of Things (IoT) has many applications in the medical field. With remote-information gathering, healthcare professionals can evaluate, diagnose and treat patients in remote locations using telecommunications technology. This study aimed to develop a small-scale electrocardiogram (ECG) monitoring device that will measure heart rates and waveforms and send the data in a database and a web server. An ECG acquisition device was developed using a single-lead heart rate monitor sensor and an...
Topics: C#, Electrocardiogram (ECG), Internet of Things (IoT), MATLAB, Rapid Application Development (RAD)
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by Noor Ahmed Qarabsh, Sana Sabah Sabry, Haneen Ahmed Qarabash
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The recent advances in technology, the increased dependence on electrical energy and the emergence of the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) were all factors in the increased need for smart, efficient and reliable energy systems. This introduced the concept of the Smart Grid (SG). A SG is a potential replacement for older power grids, capable of adapting and distributing energy based on demand. SG systems are complex. They combine various components and have high requirements for real...
Topics: Big data, Cyber-physical systems, Industry 4.0, Internet of things, Smart grid
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by Saidatul Rahah Hamidi, Muhammad Afiq Muhamad Yusof, Shuhaida Mohamed Shuhidan, Shamsiah Abd Kadir
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is predicted to be one of the major megatrends in technology that applies worldwide including in Malaysia. Current advantages and expectations of using a connected device has become a reason to use applications in many areas, including the field of retail industry. The evolvement of technology has changed the retail landscape that replaces the manpower in their operations to improve the efficiency, quality and work ethics. Hence, this paper discussed comparative...
Topics: Industry 4.0, Internet of things (IoT), Retail industry, Smart city, Unmanned store
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by H. B. Chi, M. F. N. Tajuddin, N. H. Ghazali, A. Azmi, M. U. Maaz
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This paper presents a low-cost PV current-voltage or I-V curve tracer that has the Internet of Things (IoT) capability. Single ended primary inductance converter (SEPIC) is used to develop the I-V tracer, which is able to cope with rapidly changing irradiation conditions. The I-V tracer control software also has the ability to automatically adapt to the varying irradiation conditions. The performance of the I-V curve tracer is evaluated and verified using simulation and experimental tests. 
Topics: DC-DC converter, Internet of things, I-V curve tracer, Photovoltaic systems
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by Zulnazim Dzulkurnain, Abd Kadir Mahamad, Sharifah Saon, Mohd Anuaruddin Ahmadon, Shingo Yamaguchi
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The idea of Internet of Things (IoT) based traffic management & routing solution for parking space is due to the vehicle parking has become major issue in urban areas. The growing number of vehicles has contributed to the traffic problem and vehicle parking issue nowadays. The main purpose of this project is to assist the user to locate the vacant parking space, which help to reduce time and fuel consumption on searching the parking space. This proposed system was used online system via...
Topics: Internet of things (IoT), Parking solution, Routing solution, Time management, Traffic management
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by Mabruka Mohamed Agel, Mohamed Hadi Habaebi, Sameha Alnahdi, Md Rafiqul Islam
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Internet of Things and Machine-to-Machine communications have contributed significantly on our daily life. Nevertheless, from the networking aspect they introduced a huge challenge for the performance and quality of services of networks. In this paper, a Distributed Queuing Access for LTE protocol was analyzed to enhance the random access performance for Machine to machine (M2M) applications. The M2M communications presented countless solicitations that can over-burden the access channel of the...
Topics: Internet of things, Long term evolution, Distributed queuing, M2M, Medium access layer
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by Olakunle Elijah, Abdelmoneim A. Bakhit, Tharek A. Rahman, Tien Han Chua, Siti Fatimah Ausordin, Rifhan Narrissa Razali
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Strawberry is a widely consumed fruit and cultivated globally but predominantly in cooler temperate zones because of its wealth of nutrients, vitamins and minerals. However, there are several challenging factors faced in the growing of strawberry such as temperature, seasonal production and short shelf-life. To overcome some of these challenges, the application of greenhouse and internet of things (IoT) are being used. In this paper, a review of the application of IoT in the greenhouse...
Topics: Greenhouse, Internet of things, Low power wide area (LPWA), Smart agriculture, Strawberry
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by Huzein Fahmi Hawari, Aideed Ahmad Zainal, Mohammad Radzi Ahmad
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The atmospheric air pollution is a major concern in modern cities, especially in developing countries like Malaysia. In this paper, we have reported an effective implementation for Internet of Things used for monitoring the level of air pollution based on Malaysia Air Pollution Index (API). The low-cost and real time system would be able to monitor regular air quality pollutants including Particulate Matter (PM) of PM2.5, PM10 and Carbon Monoxide (CO) gas as well as the temperatures and...
Topics: Air pollution index, Air quality monitoring, Gas sensor, Internet of things, Particulate matter
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by Muhammad Farhan Mohd Pu’ad, Teddy Surya Gunawan, Mira Kartiwi, Zuriati Janin
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United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals focuses on good health and well-being for all. Air pollution becomes a huge threat to delivering on the vision of a better world and related at least to Goal 3, 7, 11, and 13. In Malaysia, air pollution index were monitored on 68 locations. The Department of Environment monitors air quality using costly continuous air quality monitoring stations (CAQMs) installed at fixed locations of highly populated and industrial areas. The objective of this...
Topics: Air pollution, Air pollution index, Air quality measurement, Gas sensors, Internet of things,...