IEEE 2016 / 17 - Internet of Things (IOT) Projects

IEEE 2016: Centralized Web Application Supporting Vehicle Toll Payment System

IST-Africa 2016 on Internet of Things


Abstract— The requirements for new web applications supporting different types of devices and purposes are continuously growing. The main advantages of web application development as well as popular development features covering integration with different technologies are considered initially in this paper. Integration and possibilities of application of Centralized web applications in real scenarios with different embedded Internet of Things (IOT) devices are considered and described in this paper. The design and implementation of a centralized web application supporting vehicle toll payment system using IOT device is presented and described. The development frameworks as well as featured and popular technologies used to realize a vehicle toll payment by IOT device are described. The concept of vehicle toll payment over an online payment system is also described. Processing, monitoring and control in the centralized web application of such payments using IOT devices are described and presented.



IEEE 2016: RISE: Role-based Internet of Things Service Environment

IST-Africa 2016 on Internet of Things

Abstract—Internet of Things (IoT) devices are predicated to reach 50 billion by 2022. Therefore, the IoT device data is too large to be managed efficiently by the existing platforms. The IoT enables devices to sense surrounding situations and to perform certain motion by connecting them through the various internet protocols. We propose the Role-based IoT Service Environment (RISE). It assigns roles to each devices to provide complicated and diversified services in the decentralized manner. To separates data and control, the devices of RISE just send a data between collaborative devices to avoid privacy issues. Also, we propose the role binding to optimize devices without role confliction when new role is added.
e are described. The concept of vehicle toll payment over an online payment system is also described. Processing, monitoring and control in the centralized web application of such payments using IOT devices are described and presented.



IST-Africa 2016: The Internet of Things for South African Tourism

IST-Africa 2016 on Internet of Things

Abstract: This paper presents examples of internet of things (IoT) applications that could enhance the management of tourism activities in South Africa. Although information and communication technologies (ICT) have been adopted in some aspects of the tourism industry, there is further room to enhance this functionality through the adoption of IoT technologies. The IoT technologies in this research have been categorised under wildlife monitoring and tracking, monitoring seas and waters, monitoring birds, plant species monitoring, tourist information services, hospitality services, tourism marketing and mountaineering and weather monitoring as identified from the South African Department of Tourism website. A literature review was conducted to identify IoT applications in tourism in the international arena that would apply in the South African environment. An architecture of a wildfire detection and alert system using IoT is given as an example. The question that this research answers therefore is, “What IoT technologies can be adopted to impact on South Africa’s tourism industry”.

IEEE 2016: Cloud Based Web Application Supporting Vehicle Toll Payment System

IEEE Transaction on Embedded Computing

Abstract-The requirements for new web applications supporting different types of devices and purposes are continuously growing. The main advantages of web application development as well as popular development features covering integration with different technologies are considered initially in this paper. Integration and possibilities of application of cloud based web applications in real scenarios with different embedded Internet of Things (loT) devices are considered and described in this paper. The design and implementation of a cloud based web application supporting vehicle toll payment system using loT device is presented and described. The development framework as well as featured and popular technologies used to realize a vehicle toll payment by loT device is described. The concept of vehicle toll payment over an online payment system is also described. Processing, monitoring and control in the cloud based web application of such payments using loT devices are described and presented.


IEEE 2016: HIVE:  Home Automation System for Intrusion Detection

IEEE Transaction on ICT 

Abstract- Home intrusion plays a role and requires a system to  notify  and  activate  homeowners  to  be  alert  and  protect  their home  assets  in  time.  HIVE is proposed for home intrusion detection and devised in three parts. First, sensor manager is composed of sensor manager acting as ZigBee coordinator communicating with ZigBee sensors and actuators.  Three different sensor  types  are  passive  infrared  for detecting  motion, magnetic  switch  for  opening/closing  of  door  detection,  and  load cell for  the  weight  gauge  from  pressing  steps  on  the  floor.  Two actuators, composing of piezo alarm and LED, are activated by sensor manager. Second, Firebase is developed as cloud database and user authentication service.  Third, an  android  application  is deployed  for  end-user  for  monitoring,  configuring,  and  being notified remotely.  As a result, sensor and actuator modules can join the ZigBee network automatically.  Sensor Manager sends updated sensors' and actuators' data to Firebase, consequently, home users can be notified intrusion events via the android application,  and  remotely  configure  events,  sensors,  and actuators anywhere anytime  via the  Internet.  Therefore, this system can enhance security and safety for home assets.

IEEE 2016: Fog Computing May Help to Save Energy in Cloud Computing

IEEE Transaction on Selected Areas Communications

Abstract—Tiny computers located in end-user premises are becoming popular as local servers for Internet of Things (IoT) and Fog computing services. These highly distributed servers that can host and distribute content and applications in a peer-to-peer (P2P) fashion are known as nano data centers (nDCs). Despite the growing popularity of nano servers, their energy consumption is not well-investigated. To study energy consumption of nDCs, we propose and use flow-based and time-based energy consumption models for shared and unshared network equipment, respectively. To apply and validate these models, a set of measurements and experiments are performed to compare energy consumption of a service provided by nDCs and centralized data centers (DCs). A number of findings emerge from our study, including the factors in the system design that allow nDCs to consume less energy than its centralized counterpart. These include the type of access network attached to nano servers and nano server’s time utilization (the ratio of the idle time to active time). Additionally, the type of applications running on nDCs and factors such as number of downloads, number of updates, and amount of pre-loaded copies of data influence the energy cost. Our results reveal that number of hops between a user and content has little impact in the total energy consumption compared to the above-mentioned factors. We show that nano servers in Fog computing can complement centralized DCs to serve certain applications, mostly IoT appli-cations for which the source of data is in end-user premises, and lead to energy saving if the applications (or a part of them) are off-loadable from centralized DCs and run on nDCs.

IEEE 2016: Effective Ways to Use Internet of Things in the Field of Medical and Smart Health Care

IEEE Transaction on Intelligent Systems Engineering

Abstract— The recent advancements in technology and the availability of the Internet make it possible to connect various devices that can communicate with each other and share data. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a new concept that allows users to connect various sensors and smart devices to collect real-time data from the environment. However, it has been observed that a comprehensive platform is still missing in the e-Health and m-Health architectures to use smartphone sensors to sense and transmit important data related to a patient’s health. In this paper, our contribution is twofold. Firstly, we critically evaluate the existing literature, which discusses the effective ways to deploy IoT in the field of medical and smart health care. Secondly, we propose a new semantic model for patients’ e-Health. The proposed model named as ‘k-Healthcare’ makes use of 4 layers; the sensor layer, the network layer, the Internet layer and the services layer. All layers cooperate with each other effectively and efficiently to provide a platform for accessing patients’ health data using smart phones.


IEEE 2016:  EyeSim: A Mobile Application for Visual-Assisted Wormhole Attack Detection in IoT-enabled WSNs

IEEE Transaction on Wireless and Mobile Networking

Abstract—Internet of Things (IoT) have emerged as a valuable, flexible, and interoperable network of devices, objects, items, and electronics. Fuelled by recent advances in networking, communi-cations, computation, software, and hardware technologies, IoT has stepped out of its infancy and is considered as the next breakthrough technology in transforming the Internet into a fully integrated Future Internet. Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are utilized by IoT to collect, exchange, and deliver data remotely leveraging the potential of IoT in practical applications and services. However, delivering data remotely might be threatened by various and serious security attacks. This work focuses on developing a visual-assisted tool for exposing security threats in IP-enabled WSNs. The proposed tool, called EyeSim, is a human-interactive visual-based anomaly detection system that is capable of monitoring and promptly alerting for the presence of wormhole links. In addition, it is capable of indicating the malicious nodes that form the wormhole link. EyeSim may expose adversaries by conducting cognitive network data analysis based on dynamic routing information. The efficacy of EyeSim is assessed in terms of detection accuracy. The simulation results show that EyeSim has the capabilities to accurately detect multiple wormhole attacks in real-time.


 
IEEE 2016:  A conceptual FrameWork for IoT-based Healthcare System Using Cloud Computing

IEEE Transaction on Cloud System  and Big Data Engineering

Abstract: Internet of Things (IoT) envisions a future in which anything/anyone/anyservice can be linked by means of appropriate information and communication technologies which will bring technological revolution in the fields of domestics, smart homes, healthcare systems, goods monitoring and logistics. This paper presents the applications of IoT and addresses some essential parameters and characteristics of each of the applications of IoT. In this paper, we have deeply explored the role of IoT in healthcare delivery and its technological aspects that make it a reality and examine the opportunities. A cloud based conceptual framework has been proposed which will be beneficial to the healthcare industry implementing IoT healthcare solutions.

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