Introduction to Sensors in IoT and Cloud Computing Applications provides information about sensors and their applications. Readers are first introduced to the concept of small instruments and their application as sensors. The chapters which follow explains Internet of Things (IoT) architecture while providing notes on the implementation, demonstration and related issues of IoT systems. The book continues to explore the topic by providing information about sensor-cloud infrastructure, mobile cloud, fog computing (an extension of cloud computing that takes cloud computing to the cutting-edge of networking where data is produced) and integration of IoT devices with cloud computing. The book also presents notes on the taxonomy of fog-computing systems. The six chapters in this book provide essential information for general readers, and students of computer science to understand the basics of cloud computing networks, related concepts and applications.
About the Author:
Ambika Nagaraj has completed her MCA in the year 2001 and M.Phil in the year 2008. She completed her Ph.D. from Bharathiar University, Coimbatore in the year 2015. She has 13 years of teaching experience. She has published a significant amount of papers in International papers, books and Journals indexed in Scopus. Dr. Nagaraj has guided a significant number of students in their projects that include undergraduate and graduate students. Her areas of interest include Wireless sensor networks, Internet-of-things (loT), and Cyber Security. Dr. Nagaraj also gives guest lectures on her expertise and has worked as a reviewer for reputed International Journal, books, and conferences. She is working as faculty in the Department of computer applications, SSMRV College, Bangalore.
cloud computing, IoT devices, fog computing, sensors, computer science, mobile cloud, small instruments
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