Internet of Things 2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11710-7_2
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“…In this respect, the application of nanotechnologies and Internet of Things (IoT) can contribute significantly, pursuing sustainability [ 110 ]. In particular, “real-time communication” and “wireless sensing” are modern concepts in agricultural innovations, with the term “smart farming” describing the application of modern information and communication technologies (ICT) such as remote sensing [ 111 ], cloud [ 112 ], and Internet of Things (IoT) [ 113 ] to help farmers to monitor field conditions from anywhere or with in-field high-tech support. Among them, it is worth also mentioning the aid given by robotics especially concerning seedling and plant management, fruits harvesting, plant protection, or weed control [ 114 ].…”
Section: Innovative Technologies For Plant Pathologymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this respect, the application of nanotechnologies and Internet of Things (IoT) can contribute significantly, pursuing sustainability [ 110 ]. In particular, “real-time communication” and “wireless sensing” are modern concepts in agricultural innovations, with the term “smart farming” describing the application of modern information and communication technologies (ICT) such as remote sensing [ 111 ], cloud [ 112 ], and Internet of Things (IoT) [ 113 ] to help farmers to monitor field conditions from anywhere or with in-field high-tech support. Among them, it is worth also mentioning the aid given by robotics especially concerning seedling and plant management, fruits harvesting, plant protection, or weed control [ 114 ].…”
Section: Innovative Technologies For Plant Pathologymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Stojkoska and Trivodaliev [18] proposed a framework for integrating smart home objects in a cloud-centric IoT-based solution incorporating components from various IoT architectures. Weber and Weber [19] have pointed out the legal barriers that may stand in the way of the coming into operation of the IoT. Lin et al [20] presented an integration of fog/edge computing and IoT, and discussed the various issues in fog/edge computing–based IoT and how it can be implemented in real-world applications like smart grid, smart transportation and smart cities.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The implementation of IoT capabilities can be overshadowed by issues of privacy and cost. Indeed, Weber and Weber suggest that these are critical issues in IoT implementation because "an individual want to control access to his/her personal information" [page 41] [22]. Therefore, the privacy concern may occur in following circumstance: when the devices sensed signals in the surroundings, internal areas such as the components inside the machine or external areas such as the circuits of the confined room, they should have recorded and reported the information and data to headquarters.…”
Section: Implementation Challengesmentioning
confidence: 99%