Challenges experienced in Internet of Things
Introduce the Problem or Challenges
- Write the Introduction to the problem and domain.
- Structure of the report including which section covers what?
i. Introduction to the problem statement and domain: On account of the fast ascent of the population inside urban conditions, substructures and administrations have been expected to supply the necessities of the nationals. There has been a wonderful development of computerized gadgets, for example, sensors, actuators, cell phones and brilliant apparatuses which drive to immense business goals of the Internet of Things (IoT) (Zanella et al. 2014). In light of the fact that it is conceivable to interconnect all gadgets and make correspondences between them through the Internet. Before, it was troublesome or even difficult to consolidate these computerized gadgets. Moreover, gathering their data for everyday administration of exercises and long haul advancement arranging in the city is fundamental. The IoT model is in the energy of savvy and self-designing gadgets which are well linked together by worldwide network foundations (Perera et al. 2014). IoT can be regularly characterized as a genuine protest, generally scattered, with low stockpiling abilities and preparing limits, while going for upgrading unwavering quality, execution and security of the brilliant urban communities and their framework. In an IoT domain, gadgets can be accumulated by their land position and furthermore surveyed by applying dissecting frameworks (Jin et al. 2014). Sensor administrations for social event particular information are used with some progressing ventures in regards to the observing of every cyclist, vehicle, parking area et cetera. There has been a great deal of administration space applications which use an IoT substructure to rearrange activities in air and commotion contamination control, the development of autos, and in addition observation and supervision frameworks. The advancements on the Internet give a substructure that empowers a ton of people to interlink with each other (Rathore et al. 2016). The accompanying improvement on the Internet may make it more pertinent to organize legitimate interlinks between objects. In 2011, the quantity of interconnected things was far higher than the measure of populace.
ii. Structure of the Study: This particular study will be designed with the following structure
Chapter 1: Introduction
In this part of the study, selected topic will be introduced along with the purpose of the study, aim and objective of the study and problem stated. Proposed method and expected result will mention in this part of the study. Apart from that, introduction chapter will consist, problem statement and justification of selection of this topic for thesis work.
Chapter 2: Literature Review
In this chapter, the models and theories relation to internet of things for smart city development will discuss. Author also provide the chronological order for summarising the past studies. All the theories and models must relate with the selected topic and also the author will provide a conceptual framework for better understanding of the selected articles and journals.
Chapter 3: Methodology
This part will describe the present as well as past methodology that used as Internet of Things for smart city.
Chapter 4: Comparison of Methodology
This particular part of research will demonstrate the comparison of each methodology that will discuss in chapter 3. Based on the comparison, will describe the best suited methodology that will be more affordable, applicable, cost and time saving.
Chapter 5: Findings and Conclusion
This chapter will make the conclusion of above findings and explain the outcome of the research work.
Jin, J., Gubbi, J., Marusic, S., & Palaniswami, M. (2014). An information framework for creating a smart city through internet of things. IEEE Internet of Things Journal, 1(2), 112-121.
Perera, C., Zaslavsky, A., Christen, P., & Georgakopoulos, D. (2014). Sensing as a service model for smart cities supported by internet of things. Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies, 25(1), 81-93.
Rathore, M. M., Ahmad, A., Paul, A., & Rho, S. (2016). Urban planning and building smart cities based on the internet of things using big data analytics. Computer Networks, 101, 63-80.
Zanella, A., Bui, N., Castellani, A., Vangelista, L., & Zorzi, M. (2014). Internet of things for smart cities. IEEE Internet of Things journal, 1(1), 22-32.