Applications of Wireless Sensor Networks and Internet of Things—2nd Edition

A special issue of Future Internet (ISSN 1999-5903). This special issue belongs to the section "Internet of Things".

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Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, University of West Attica, 12244 Athens, Greece
Interests: embedded systems; wireless sensor networks with IoT applications in smart grids; smart cities; internet of energy; LPWAN technologies; cyber–physical systems
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Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, University of West Attica, 12244 Athens, Greece
Interests: wireless sensors networks; embedded systems; wearables; sensors; renewable resources systems; automotive; and autonomous vehicles design; Internet of Things; data acquisition; cyber–physical systems; autonomous vehicles; hardware design; smart agriculture; energy management
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) has been rapid. Indeed, it is estimated that by 2030 over 125 billion devices will be included within the IoT sphere. IoT applications are becoming increasingly popular in the context of a variety of residential, industrial, and commercial sectors. Application areas/verticals vary between sensor networks for smart city infrastructure, smart home or building management, precision agriculture and forest protection and monitoring, private and industrial transportation, the Internet of Energy, etc. In this context, low-power, wide-area networks (LPWAN) technologies have to offer numerous solutions, while 5G mobile communications enable a massive IoT area and promise a very high density for a wide variety of application scenarios. However, the requirements for massive IoT applications with cellular IoT technologies in licensed spectrum bands, such as LTE IoT extensions NB -IoT and eMTC, have shown that the maximum scalability is limited. As an alternative to licensed technologies, LPWANs operating in unlicensed spectrum bands enable simple, low-cost network operation independently of commercial network operators. With this approach, the various IoT service providers are responsible for planning and operating the network with an unknown number of LPWAN network operators and subscribers in the unlicensed spectrum bands, resulting in questions about the performance of these deployments.

This Special Issue intends to bring together contributions from researchers in various scientific areas in order to define the importance of various critical components in the design and deployment of IoT applications based on wireless sensor networking technologies. We welcome original research papers, reviews, successful case studies, and high-quality and novel opinion papers on “Applications of Wireless Sensor Networks and Internet of Things.”

Prof. Dr. Panagiotis Papageorgas
Dr. Dimitrios Piromalis
Prof. Dr. Dionisis Kandris
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • IoT
  • wireless sensor networks
  • LPWAN
  • NBIoT
  • sigfox
  • LoRaWAN
  • wireless node
  • smart cities
  • smart home
  • precision agriculture
  • WSNs in industry
  • WSNs in healthcare
  • environmental monitoring

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