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Big Data Management in Connected World of Internet of Things


  • University of Karachi
  • Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology


The Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data have made the leap to turn into a mainstream issue and maintains board level priorities. Both IoT and big data are continuously creating headlines all over, drawing a huge amount of research interest and highlighting unique challenges. This growing recognition is due the intersection of both technologies with tremendous scope for business analytics and the prospective that still remains unexploited. Every day, industrial machine, health monitoring systems, sensors, and devices etc. connect to the Internet and exchange information. The future IoT will be extremely populated by huge quantity of heterogeneous networked embedded devices, which will be producing deluge of data. As businesses gets on new IoT project and tries to extract valuable information from enormous data volumes, a novel data management approach is called for. Conventional database management techniques and analytics methods fail to provide precise facilities to handle diverse data constantly flooding from numerous numbers of sources which are untold. This paper inspects the complex and fast moving data of IoT, and the existing position of data management techniques and challenges in storing and analyzing it.


Big Data, Data Analytics, Internet of Things, Smart and Connected Things

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