Internet of Everything


  • Type : Paperback
  • Author : Bhushan Jadhav | Anjali Yeole | Gopal Pardesi |Vaishali Khairnar | Dhananjay Kalbande
  • ISBN Number : 9789386765703
  • Total Pages : -
  • Audience : Beginner to Advance
  • Price : 265

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Table Of Contents


  1. Introduction

1.1. Introduction to IoT and IoE

1.2. History of IoE

1.2.1. Telemetry (1845 to 1990s)

1.2.2. M2M systems (1990s to 2010)

1.2.3. Internet of Things (2010 to present)

1.2.4. Internet of Everything (IoE) 2014 till present

1.2.5. Difference between IoT and M2M

1.3. Objects in IoE

1.3.1. Sensors

1.3.2. Data

1.3.3. Actuator

1.3.4. People/ Process

1.4. Identifiers in the IoE

1.4.1. Thing Identifier

1.4.2. Communication Identifier

1.4.3. User Identifier

1.5. IoE-enabling Technologies

1.5.1. Sensors

1.5.2. Wireless Sensor Network

1.5.3. Cloud Computing

1.5.4. Big Data Analytics

1.5.5. Communication Protocols

1.5.6. Messaging Protocol

1.5.7. Embedded Computing Boards

1.5.8. Web services and REST-based web services

Summary

Important Questions

  1. RFID Technologies

2.1. Introduction

2.2. RFID

2.3. IOT and RFID Technology

2.4. RFID System

2.5. Components of RFID System

2.5.1. RFID Antenna

2.5.2. RFID Reader

2.5.3. RFID Transponder

2.6. RFID Tag

2.7. Principle of RFID

2.8. RFID Middleware

2.9. Issues

Summary

Important Questions

  1. RFID Applications

3.1. Introduction

3.2. Applications of RFID System

3.3. Challenges of RFID Technology

3.4. Hardware Issues and Protocols

3.5. RFID Anti-Collision Protocols for Tag Identification

3.6. Pure Aloha

3.7. Slotted Aloha

3.8. Framed Slotted Aloha and Dynamic Framed Slotted Aloha

3.9. Tree-Based Protocols

3.10. Query Tree (QT) Protocol

3.11. Smart Trend Traversal (STT) Protocol

3.12. Query Window Tree Protocol

3.13. Binary Search (BS) Protocol

3.14. Bitwise Arbitration(BAT) Anti-collision Protocols

Summary

Important Questions

  1. Wireless Sensor Networks

4.1. Introduction

4.1.1.  Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs)

4.1.2. Advantages of Wireless Sensor Networks

4.1.3. Limitations of Wireless Sensor Networks

4.1.4. Comparison of Wireless Sensor Networks and Adhoc Networks

4.1.5. Wireless Sensor Network Applications

4.2. Node

4.2.1. Components of a Sensor Node

4.2.2. WSN Network Topologies

4.3. Architecture and Communication

4.3.1. Application Layer

4.3.2. Transport Layer

4.3.3. Network Layer

4.3.4. Data Link Layer

4.3.5. Physical Layer

4.4. Types of Wireless Sensor Networks

4.4.1. Terrestrial WSNs

4.4.2. Underground WSNs

4.4.3. Underwater WSNs

4.4.4. Mobile WSNs

4.4.5. Multimedia WSNs

4.5. Networking Nodes

4.5.1. Medium Access Control Layer

4.6. Securing Communication

4.7. Standards and Fora

4.8. Networking and Internet

4.8.1. IP Addressing

4.9. Wireless Protocols

4.9.1. MQTT

4.9.2. CoAP

4.10. REST Transferring Data 

4.10.1. Introduction to RESTful web services

4.10.2. RESTful Methods

4.10.3. Requirements of REST

4.10.4. Advantages of REST

4.10.5. Disadvantages of REST

Summary

Important Questions

  1. Mobility and Setting

5.1. Introduction

5.2. Localization

5.2.1.  Localization Techniques

5.3. Mobility Management

5.3.1. Mobile IP

5.3.2. Mobility Management at Different Layers

5.4. Localization and Handover Management in RFID

5.4.1. RFID-enabled Localization

5.4.2. RFID-enabled Movement Detection

5.4.3. RFID Collision Problem

5.5. Technology Consideration

5.5.1.  Path Loss Model

5.5.2. Antenna Radiation Pattern

5.5.3. Multiple Tags-to-reader Collisions

5.5.4. Multiple Readers-to-tag Collision

5.5.5. Reader-to-reader Collision

5.5.6. Interface for Specific Material

5.6. Performance Evaluation

5.6.1. Simulation Setup

5.6.2. Performances Result

5.7. Identification of IoT

5.7.1. IPv6

5.7.2. Why does IPv6 suit IoT?

5.7.3. Uniform Resource Identifier (URI)

Summary

Important Questions 

  1. Data Analytics for IOE

6.1. Introduction

6.2. Apache Hadoop

6.2.1. Architecture of Hadoop

6.3. MapReduce Programming Model

6.3.1. Using Hadoop MapReduce for Batch Data Analysis

6.4. Apache Oozie

6.4.1. Features of Oozie

6.5. Apache Spark

6.5.1. Spark Clusters

6.6. Apache Storm

6.7. Using Apache Storm for Real Time Data Analysis

6.8. Case Study on Structural Health Monitoring

6.8.1. Different Sensors Used in Healthcare Monitoring System

6.8.2. Internet of Things Devices for Healthcare

6.8.3. An IoT-Aware platform for Structural Health Monitoring

6.9. Tools for IoT

6.9.1. CHEF

6.9.2. Introduction to Puppet

6.10. IoT System Network Management

6.10.1. NETCONFIG

6.10.2. YANG

6.10.3. NETCONF- YANG Case Studies

6.11. IoT Code Generator

Summary

Important Questions

  1. Introduction to Lab ‘Internet of Everything’

Experiment 1:  Basics of Cooja Simulator

Experiment 2: Sensor Activation through Button

Experiment 3: Simple UDP RPL Broadcast with Sky mote

Experiment 4: 6LoWPAN Protocol with Packet Analyzer 

Experiment 5: Collect View

  1. Index

 

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About Author

Dr. Bhushan Jadhav is an Assistant Professor at Thadomal Shahani Engineering College, Bandra, Mumbai. He has more than 11 years of teaching experience and has completed his Ph.D in area of  Cloud Computing  &Big Data Analytics. His area of interest and research includes cutting edge technologies such as DevOps, Internet of Things (IOT), Cloud Computing, Big Data Analytics, Python Programming, R Programming and Advance Information Security. He has published more than 8 research papers in National and International journals and conferences He has published six books with various publishers. He is certified trainer for Star Certification’s Python Programming, Cloud Computing and DevOps Courses.  

Dr. Anjali Yeole is currently working as Assistant Professor at Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology, Chembur (E), Mumbai.  She has received her PhD in Computer Science Engineering from Thadomal Shahani Engineering College under Mumbai University, India. Her research area is “Internet of Things”.  She received her undergraduate in Computer science from SNDT university and postgraduate education in Computer engineering from VJTI, Mumbai University. She has taught both Masters and undergraduate students and has teaching experience of more than 17 years. She has published many research papers in national and international conferences and journals on IoT, security, cloud computing and web applications. She has authored a book “Information management” Her areas of interest are IoT, Parallel Computing, Distributed Computing, Virtualization and Cloud Computing, System Security, Computer Network and Web Technology.

Dr. Gopal Pardesi is currently working as Associate Professor at Thadomal Shahani Engineering College, Bandra, Mumbai. He has more than 28 years of teaching experience. He has completed his Ph.D in the field of Information and Communication Technologies. His areas of interest are Wireless Networks, Project Management, Microprocessors and Microcontrollers, Embedded Systems and Machine learning.

Dr. Vaishali Khairnar is currently associated as Head of Department Information Technology Department at Terna College of Engineering, Nerul, Navi Mumbai . She has done her Doctoral work from Nirma University, Ahmedabad, Gujrat on Vehicular Ad-Hoc networks. She has more than 19 years of collective experience in industry, teaching as well as research. She has more than 50 papers published in national and international journals and conferences to her credit. Her area of interest includes wireless networks, IOT, Open source tools, Ad-Hoc Sensor networks, Internet Programming, Mobile Application and Development & Storage Network Management and Retrieval. She has authored four books published in India, UK and Singapore. She has been a resource person for several workshops and short term training programmes. She is paper reviewer on different editor bodies at national/ international journals and conferences. She is active member of CSI- Mumbai Chapter and ACM. 

Dr. Dhananjay Kalbande is currently a Professor in Computer Engineering and Dean(Industry Relations), Sardar Patel Institute of Technology, Andheri (West),Mumbai, India. He was Head of the Department from April 2012 to Oct 2019. He completed his B.E. in Computer Technology from Nagpur University in 1997 and Master of Engineering in Information Technology in May 2005, from Vivekanand Education Society’s Institute of Technology (VESIT), Mumbai University, Mumbai, India. He has obtained a Ph.D in Technology from University of Mumbai, Mumbai in 2011. He has been awarded a Post-Doctorate (PDF)from Tata Institute of Social Sciences (T.I.S.S.) in 2016. He has also been honoured as a Senior Research Fellow (SRF) on the NCW-TISS Project, funded by National Commission for Women, Govt. of India at T.I.S.S, from July 23,2016 to Oct 10, 2016. He was a Research Fellow on the CliX Project at T.I.S.S., funded by Tata Trust and M.I.T.(U.S.A.) from Feb 20,2017 to May 19,2017. He has over 19+ Years of experience in teaching & research. His research interests include Soft computing (Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic) Computer Network, Human Machine Interaction Decision making and business Intelligence. Mobile application development for social cause. ICT for semi-rural development for social cause. He has authored four books namely Graphical User Interface (Pareen Publications), MIS (Pareen Publications), Human Machine Interaction and Digital Forensic with Wiley India Pvt. Ltd. He has delivered and conducted workshops, seminars, Tutorials and Expert Talks on NS2, Neural Network, VB.Net and ADO.Net, Transfer Learning. Skinzy is his brainchild which has been turned into reality into Healthcare Start-up operated from Mumbai. Skinzy's flagship product "DermaPhoto" is an AI based mobile application that can detect skin diseases. He has patented 6 innovative ideas of research work.

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