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IoT: Pillars and Technology

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  • Amity University , Amity Education Valley, Kant Kalwar, NH-11C, Jaipur Delhi Highway,Jaipur – 303007, Rajasthan, India
  • Manipal University, Dehmi Kalan, Near GVK Toll Plaza, Jaipur-Ajmer Expressway, Jaipur – 303007, Rajasthan, India

Abstract


Objectives: This paper is to understand what Internet of Things (IoT) is? What are the technologies that enable it and how these technologies work? How IoT is different from internet. Methods/Statistical Analysis: It is a review paper. The literature has been studied comprehensively. Based upon the findings of different surveys by various organizations and work of various authors from various esteemed journals, the Technologies have been analyzed. Findings: IoT network need to be made highly secure and safe, to avoid eavesdropping, illegal access of data etc. Low power consuming compact size sensors are essential need for the IoT. All the sensors need to be placed at secure place. There is need to upgrade tools and processes which we are using to develop smart algorithms to gain useful information at real time. IoT is needed for vehicle to vehicle communication which will lead to driverless cars and safer ride. IoT is making life style smatter in every aspect like Smart cities, Smart vehicles, and smart agriculture. Novelty /Improvement: To make IoT safe and secure advanced Encryption and Decryption methods are required. Hybrid M2M communication is required to spread the network of IoT across the globe. Big Data is emerged as the upmost potentially troublesome technological revolution of this era IoT.

Keywords

Big Data, Cloud Computing, IoT, M2M, 5G.

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