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An IoT smart home example

An IoT smart home example

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The Internet of Things (IoT) brings connectivity to about every objects found in the physical space. It extends connectivity not only to computer and mobile devices but also to everyday objects. From connected fridges, cars and cities, the IoT creates opportunities in numerous domains. This chapter briefly surveys some IoT applications and the impa...

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... raises numerous concerns in terms of security, privacy, management and others (Wilson, Hargreaves, & Hauxwell-Baldwin, 2015). Figure 2 is an example of a smart home system. It shows that the IoT brings connectivity to a number of appliances such as TVs and fridges and to unconventional objects such as light switches, electricity sockets, and gas leak sensors among others. ...

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