Keywords Internet of things, Smart city, Smart devices, Smarter world, IoT-based, smart application
Contribution A survey of IoT-based smart cities (potential, current trends and developments, architecture, application area, real-world involvement, and open challenges). Key elements of various IoT-based application areas are also discussed.
Sharif, R.A.; Pokharel, S. Smart City Dimensions and Associated Risks: Review of literature. Sustainable Cities and Society, 2022, 77, 103542.
Keywords Smart cities, Smart city dimensions, Technical risks, Non-technical risks, Risk parameters, Risk assessment tools
Contribution The review investigates smart city risk assessment tools and techniques and the latest technological advancement and innovations in relation to risk assessment and management related to smart city implementation. Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and blockchain are identified as dominant technologies.
Fahmideh, M.; Zowghi, D. An exploration of IoT platform development. Information Systems, 2020, 87, 101409.
Keywords IoT platform, Smart city, Development process lifecycle, Evaluation framework
Contribution An analysis (carried out using an evaluation framework proposed by the authors) of 63 approaches for IoT platform development and maintenance according to the information system development process lifecycle.
Bhushan, B.; Khamparia, A.; Sagayam, K.M.; Sharma, S.K.; Ahad, M.A.; Debnath, N.C. Blockchain for smart cities: A review of architectures, integration trends and future research directions. Sustainable Cities and Society, 2020, 61, 102360.
Keywords Smart cities, Blockchain, Security, Privacy, Consensus protocols, Smart contract, Smart communities
Contribution State-of-the-art about the blockchain technology to solve the security issues of smart cities. Various smart communities (such as healthcare, transportation, smart grids, supply chain management, financial systems and data center networks) are surveyed.
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Ahad, M.A.; Paiva, S.; Tripathi, G.; Feroz, N. Enabling technologies and sustainable smart cities. Sustainable Cities and Society, 2020, 61, 102301.
Keywords Blockchain, IoT, Enabling technologies, WSN, Smart cities, ICT
Contribution The paper reviews and discusses the role of enabling technologies in smart cities (such as artificial intelligence, protocols, IoT, WSN, etc.). Three categories of challenges are identified (technical, socio-economic and environmental). Best practices are provided.
Javadzadeh, G.; Rahmani, A.M. Fog Computing Applications in Smart Cities: A Systematic Survey. Wireless Networks, 2022, 26, 1433–1457.
Keywords Smart cities, Fog computing, Edge computing, Fog application, Internet of Things
Contribution An overview, based on a systematic literature review, in the area of fog computing applications in smart cities. An analytical comparison of related works, the trends, and future research directions are pointed out.
Lu, M.; Fu, G.; Osman, N.B.; Konbr, U. Green energy harvesting strategies on edge-based urban computing in sustainable internet of things. Sustainable Cities and Society, 2021, 75, 103349.
Keywords Sustainable smart cities, Intelligent urban computing, Energy harvesting management, Internet of Things
Contribution A review and a taxonomy of different existing green energy harvesting strategies on the smart applications of sustainable and smart cities in edge-based intelligent urban computing. The strategies are divided into five categories: smart home management, smart cities, smart grids, smart environmental systems, and smart transportation systems. The review also classifies technical aspects of the strategies.
Almalki, F.A.; Alsamhi, S.H.; Sahal, R.; Hassan, J.; Hawbani, A.; Rajput, N.S.; Saif, A.; Morgan, J.; Breslin, J. Green IoT for Eco-Friendly and Sustainable Smart Cities: Future Directions and Opportunities. Mobile Networks and Applications
Keywords Green IoT, Smart city, Sustainability, Eco-friendly, Energy efficiency, Pollution
Contribution A survey of the techniques and strategies for making cities smarter, sustainable, and eco-friendly. It focuses on IoT and its capabilities.
Khan, M.A.; Siddiqui, M.S.; Rahmani, M.K.I.; Husain, S. Investigation of Big Data Analytics for Sustainable Smart City Development: An Emerging Country. IEEE Access, 2022, 10, 16028–15036.
Keywords Decision making, sensors, big data, Internet of Things, data analysis, smart city, sustainable development, best worst method, big data analytics
Contribution The paper identifies and analyzes the barriers related to sustainable smart city development. Fourteen barriers of big data analytics are selected (using systematic literature reviews and expert input) and evaluated.
Bellini, P.; Nesi, P.; Pantaleo, G. IoT-Enabled Smart Cities: A Review of Concepts, Frameworks and Key Technologies. Applied Sciences, 2022, 12, 1607.
Keywords Smart cities, internet of things, big data
Contribution A review of the literature on IoT-enabled smart cities. The study classifies the most recent trends in the adoption of IoT technologies as a key driver for the efficient and sustainable development of smart cities. The main smart city approaches and frameworks are grouped in eight domains and reviewed.
Khan, A.; Aslam, S.; Aurangzeb, K.; Alhussein, M.; Javaid, N. Multiscale modeling in smart cities: A survey on applications, current trends, and challenges. Sustainable Cities and Society, 2022, 78, 103517.
Keywords Multiscale modeling, Multiscale systems, Megacities, Smart cities, Sustainable cities, Multiscale modeling applications
Contribution A review of the state-of-art on Multiscale Modelling (MM), its categories (sequential MM and concurrent MM), the need for MM in megacities and smart cities. The study also presents emerging applications of MM in smart city environments, including urban expansion modeling, atmospheric dispersion modeling, social systems modeling, disease and virus modeling, energy forecasting, and traffic control modeling.
Hasan, R.; Hasan, R. Pedestrian safety using the Internet of Things and sensors: Issues, challenges, and open problems. Future Generation Computer Systems
, 187–203 (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.future.2022.03.036
Keywords Pedestrian Safety, Smartphone Zombies, Internet of Things, Obstacle Detection, Bystanders Privacy
Contribution A survey of the most recent research about pedestrian safety. The authors identify a range of safety systems for pedestrians, discussing their efficiency and usability. A competitive analysis of existing obstacle detection and collision alert systems is also provided.
Puliafito, A.; Tricomi, G.; Zafeiropoulos, A.; Papavassiliou, S. Smart Cities of the Future as Cyber Physical Systems: Challenges and Enabling Technologies. Sensors
, 3349, https://doi.org/10.3390/s21103349
Keywords Cloud; IoT; smart cities; embedded systems; wireless systems; cyber physical systems; online social networks; software-defined networks
Contribution The survey discusses the challenges, the state-of-the-art, and the solutions to a set of open key issues in the domain of cyber physical systems and smart cities.
Biyik, C.; Allam, Z.; Pieri, G.; Moroni, D.; O’Fraifer, M.; O’Connell, E.; Olariu, S.; Khalid, M. Smart Parking Systems: Reviewing the Literature, Architecture and Ways Forward. Smart Cities, 2021, 4, 623–642.
Keywords Smart parking systems, architecture, layers, IoT, smart cities
Contribution A holistic survey of the current state of smart parking systems. The analysis is carried out from a technical perspective (systems and sensors available in the literature).
Barriga, J.J.; Sulca, J.; León, J.L.; Ulloa, A.; Portero, D.; Andrade, R.; Yoo, S.G. Smart Parking: A Literature Review from the Technological Perspective. Applied Sciences, 2019, 9, 4569.
Keywords Smart parking, sensors, LPWAN, networking, smart cities
Contribution The review identifies the most-used types of smart parking architecture components (sensors, communication protocols, software solutions) and highlights usage trends. In addition, the paper provides a guide of complementary features from the type of components to be considered when implementing a smart parking solution.
Yang, C.; Liang, P.; Fu, L.; Cui, G.; Huang, F.; Teng, F.; Bangash, Y.A. Using 5G in smart cities: A systematic mapping study. Intelligent Systems with Applications, 2022, 14, 200065.
Keywords 5G, Smart city, Scenario, Architecture, Technology, Systematic mapping study
Contribution A systematic mapping study on the literature (32 articles from January 2012 to December 2019) regarding using 5G in smart cities. Scenarios, architecture, technologies, challenges, and lessons learned are summarized and analyzed.
Zhang, G.; Navimipour, N.J. A comprehensive and systematic review of the IoT-based medical management systems: Applications, techniques, trends and open issues. Sustainable Cities and Society
, 103914, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scs.2022.103914
Keywords Intelligent Devices, Modern Cities, Smart Networks, Medical Management Systems, Systematic Literature Reviews
Contribution The survey investigates the role of IoT in medical management systems and discusses the involved major issues. The selected papers have been classified into four groups: (a) receiving, sharing, and storing patient information; (b) medical equipment failure management; (c) remote monitoring; and (d) security frameworks.
Kashani, M.H.; Madanipour, M.; Nikravan, M.; Asghari, P.; Mahdipour, E. A systematic review of IoT in healthcare: Applications, techniques, and trends. Journal of Network and Computer Applications, 2021, 192, 103164.
Keywords Internet of things, Healthcare, e-health, Systematic review
Contribution The paper identifies, compares, and classifies the existing research (146 articles between 2015 and 2020) in the healthcare IoT systems. Five categories of approaches are identified: sensor-based, resource-based, communication-based, application-based, and security-based.
Aledhari, M.; Razzak, R.; Qolomany, B.; Al-Fuqaha, A.; Saeed, F. Biomedical IoT: Enabling Technologies, Architectural Elements, Challenges, and Future Directions. IEEE Access, 2022, 10, 31306–31339.
Keywords Internet of Things, biomedical IoT, healthcare, wearable technology, biomedical implantations, constrained application protocol, implantable biosensors
Contribution The paper provides a summary of the most relevant protocols, technologies, and challenges for medical IoT. The survey provides detailed use cases to illustrate how medical IoT is applied in various medical scenarios and how different protocols presented in the paper fit together to achieve desired goals. The paper also discusses several proposed frameworks and use cases of medical IoT in hospital settings.
Adere, E.M. Blockchain in healthcare and IoT: A systematic literature review. , 2022, 14, 100139.
Keywords Integrating blockchain and IoT, Data management in blockchain, Blockchain and healthcare, Blockchain and IoT, Blockchain and smart city and drug supply chain management
Contribution A systematic literature review devoted to analyzing trends and highlighting the benefits of blockchain deployment in IoT and healthcare. The focus is on data security and privacy and blockchain-IoT integration.
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Shahid, J.; Ahmad, R.; Kiani, A.K.; Ahmad, T.; Saeed, S.; Almuhaideb, A.M Data Protection and Privacy of the Internet of Healthcare Things (IoHTs). Applied Sciences, 2022, 12, 1927.
Keywords Internet of Healthcare Things (IoHT), data privacy, healthcare systems, security and privacy, healthcare regulations
Contribution This article discusses different components of IoHT and categorizes healthcare devices based on their functionality and deployment. It also highlights possible points and reasons for data leakage. Compliance problems of IoHT devices concerning healthcare data privacy and protection regulations are analyzed.
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Ketu, S.; Mishra, P.K. Internet of Healthcare Things: A contemporary survey. Journal of Network and Computer Applications, 2022, 192, 103179.
Keywords Internet of Healthcare Things (IoHT), Internet of things, Healthcare system, Sensors, Issues and challenges, Security, Services and applications, Smart healthcare, Wireless sensor network, Industry trends and status
Contribution A review on the advances in the IoHT technologies (such as topologies, platforms/architectures, taxonomies, services and applications, industry trends, and the status of IoHT-based solutions). Privacy and security issues are discussed. This paper also addresses IoT-based health policies and regulations worldwide.
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Bhuiyan, M.N.; Rahman, M.M.; Billah, M.M.; Saha, D. Internet of Things (IoT): A Review of Its Enabling Technologies in Healthcare Applications, Standards Protocols, Security, and Market Opportunities. IEEE Internet of Things Journal, 2021, 8, 10474–10498.
Keywords Architectures, healthcare, Internet of Things, networks, security
Contribution A survey on advances in IoT-based healthcare methods and technologies. This paper classifies an existing IoT-based healthcare network and provides a summary of all perspective networks. It also surveys IoT healthcare applications and services. Insights into IoT healthcare security (requirements, challenges, and privacy issues) are provided. An IoT-based security architectural model is proposed to mitigate security problems.
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Krishnamoorthy, S.; Dua, A.; Gupta, S. Role of emerging technologies in future IoT-driven Healthcare 4.0 technologies: a survey, current challenges and future directions. Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing
Keywords Healthcare 4.0, Wireless body area networks, Blockchain, Machine learning, Edge computing, Fog computing, Big data analytics, Software-defined networks
Contribution The survey identifies the research gaps and presents the state-of-the-art of healthcare systems, introducing the healthcare IoT application and service stacks. The paper also discusses the paradigm of wireless body area networks. A comparative study of different architectural implementations is carried out.
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Rasool, R.; Ahmad, H.F.; Rafique, W.; Qayyum, A.; Qadir, J. Security and privacy of internet of medical things: A contemporary review in the age of surveillance, botnets, and adversarial ML. Journal of Network and Computer Applications, 2022, 201, 103332.
Keywords Internet of things, Edge computing, Healthcare, Internet of medical things (IoMT), Security, Privacy
Contribution The review classifies security and privacy challenges against different IoMT variants based on their usage in the healthcare domain. A comprehensive attack taxonomy on the overall IoMT infrastructure is provided. Security and privacy requirements for the development of security solutions are outlined.
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Sworna, N.S.; Islam, A.K.M.M.; Shatabda, S.; Islam, S Towards development of IoT-ML driven healthcare systems: A survey. Journal of Network and Computer Applications, 2021, 196, 103244.
Keywords Healthcare applications, Machine learning (ML), IoT, Cloud computing, Communication, Taxonomy
Contribution A survey of the existing literature covering IoT and ML strategies from a healthcare perspective. Insights into different types of network storage and computing strategies used for health-based applications are provided. A taxonomy from an IoT-ML-based healthcare perspective is provided.
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Raj, M.; Gupta, S.; Chamola, V.; Elhence, A.; Garg, T.; Atiquzzaman, M.; Niyato, D. A survey on the role of Internet of Things for adopting and promoting Agriculture 4.0. Journal of Network and Computer Applications, 2021, 187, 103107.
Keywords Agriculture 4.0, Precision agriculture, Internet of Things, Smart farming, UAV, Internet of Underground Things (IoUT), Data analytics, Machine learning, Deep learning
Contribution The survey focuses on how technologies such as IoT, UAVs, IoUT, big data analytics, deep learning techniques, and machine learning methods can be used to manage various farm-related operations.
Rahimi, M.; Songhorabadi, M.; Kashani, M.H. Fog-based smart homes: A systematic review. Journal of Network and Computer Applications, 2020, 153, 102531.
Keywords Fog computing, Smart homes, Smart buildings, Systematic review, Internet of things
Contribution A systematic literature review on fog-based smart homes (2014-May 2019). A taxonomy (represented as resource management-based and service-management-based approaches) is proposed.
Malik, P.K.; Sharma, R.; Singh, R.; Gehlot, A.; Satapathy, S.C.; Alnumay, W.S.; Pelusi, D.; Ghosh, U.; Nayak, J. Industrial Internet of Things and its Applications in Industry 4.0: State of The Art. Computer Communications, 2021, 166, 125–139.
Keywords Industrial Internet of Things, Automotive Industries, Environment monitoring, Agriculture, Construction, Solar assisted system
Contribution This paper discusses the applications of the Internet of Things in automotive industries, embedded devices, environment monitoring, agriculture, construction, smart grids, health care, etc. A regressive review of the existing systems of the automotive industry, emergency response, and chain management on the industrial IoT is carried out.
Timoumi, A.; Gangwar, M.; Mantrala, M.K. Cross-channel effects of omnichannel retail marketing strategies: A review of extant data-driven research. Journal of Retailing, 2022, 98, 133–151.
Keywords Retailing, Omnichannel, Cross-channel effects
Contribution A review of 50 empirical retailing research papers appeared over the last 20 years about within-retailer cross-channel effects of omnichannel retail marketing strategies.
Shankar, V.; Kalyanam, K.; Setia, P.; Golmohammadi, A.; Tirunillai, S.; Douglass, T.; Hennessey, J.; Bull, J.S.; Waddoups, R. How Technology is Changing Retail. Journal of Retailing, 2021, 97, 13–27.
Keywords Innovation, Shopping, Customer, Supplier, Sharing economy, Smart distancing
Contribution This paper discusses how technology is transforming retail. A classification of technologies impacting retailing is provided. The authors identify and elaborate on the drivers and outcomes of technology adoption by shoppers, retailers, employees, and suppliers.
Fagerstrom, A.; Eriksson, N.; Sigurdsson, V. Investigating the impact of Internet of Things services from a smartphone app on grocery shopping. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 2020, 52, 101927.
Keywords Retail grocery, Shopper-facing technology, Internet of Things services, Approach and avoidance, Conjoint study
Contribution A study investigating the impact of IoT services from a smartphone app in a retail grocery shopping situation. Four variables (price, expiry date, quality indicators and offers) are examined in relation to traditional information and IoT services.
Jabbar, R.; Dhib, E.; Said, A.B.; Krichen, M.; Fetais, N.; Zaidan, E.; Barkaoui, K. Blockchain Technology for Intelligent Transportation Systems: A Systematic Literature Review. IEEE Access, 2022, 10, 20995–21031.
Keywords Blockchain, automotive communication, Internet of Vehicles (IoV), intelligent transport system, Bitcoin, Ethereum, smart contract, Internet of Things, security
Contribution This survey provides a systematic review of blockchain’s applications to intelligent transportation systems and the IoV. The evolution of clockchain is presented. The state of the art of clockchain-based IoV solutions is also explored.