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Recent advancements in M2M communications in 4G networks and evolution towards 5G

Rapeepat Ratasuk; Athul Prasad; Zexian Li; Amitava Ghosh; Mikko A. Uusitalo 2015 18th International Conference on Intelligence in Next Generation Networks, 2015

Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications is considered to be one of the key enablers for the provisioning of advanced applications and services such as smart cities and hospitals, as well as automated vehicular and industrial automation operation. Currently, in LTE-Advanced systems, the main focus has been on supporting massive deployment of low cost devices, with enhanced radio access network coverage. In this ...


A Web-Based Portal for Assessing Citizen Well-Being

Darren O'Neill; Cathryn Peoples IT Professional, 2017

Although they've made advancements in sensor technologies, current smart city systems make little attempt to collect subjective data from humans. This can be overcome by exploiting the concept of humans as sensors, letting people become integral to the decision-making chain by providing their thoughts, feelings, and general feedback on how they interact with their city and, more importantly, how city ...


Design and Implementation of Context Aware Applications With Wireless Sensor Network Support in Urban Train Transportation Environments

Erik Aguirre; Peio Lopez-Iturri; Leyre Azpilicueta; Aitor Redondo; José Javier Astrain; Jesús Villadangos; Alfonso Bahillo; Asier Perallos; Francisco Falcone IEEE Sensors Journal, 2017

Transportation system is experiencing steady growth, with the aim of providing more efficient, reliable, and comfortable services, in the framework of intelligent transportation systems. Moreover, context aware environments are one of the main drivers in the achievement of smart cities and smart regions. In this paper, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) embedded in urban transportation systems will be analyzed in terms ...


Toward interests drift mechanism for social network

Yutao Zhang; Gongshen Liu; Jun Wu; Jianhua Li; Longhua Guo 2016 International Conference on Security of Smart Cities, Industrial Control System and Communications (SSIC), 2016

In the real world, there are many complex networks with a certain number of nodes. Complex network theory has been used in many fields such as World Trade Web. As an important part of complex network, several social network models have been proposed to simulate the social networks in real world in the last decades. While there are plenty of ...


Edge Computing: Vision and Challenges

Weisong Shi; Jie Cao; Quan Zhang; Youhuizi Li; Lanyu Xu IEEE Internet of Things Journal, 2016

The proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) and the success of rich cloud services have pushed the horizon of a new computing paradigm, edge computing, which calls for processing the data at the edge of the network. Edge computing has the potential to address the concerns of response time requirement, battery life constraint, bandwidth cost saving, as well as data ...


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Recent advancements in M2M communications in 4G networks and evolution towards 5G

Rapeepat Ratasuk; Athul Prasad; Zexian Li; Amitava Ghosh; Mikko A. Uusitalo 2015 18th International Conference on Intelligence in Next Generation Networks, 2015

Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications is considered to be one of the key enablers for the provisioning of advanced applications and services such as smart cities and hospitals, as well as automated vehicular and industrial automation operation. Currently, in LTE-Advanced systems, the main focus has been on supporting massive deployment of low cost devices, with enhanced radio access network coverage. In this ...


A Web-Based Portal for Assessing Citizen Well-Being

Darren O'Neill; Cathryn Peoples IT Professional, 2017

Although they've made advancements in sensor technologies, current smart city systems make little attempt to collect subjective data from humans. This can be overcome by exploiting the concept of humans as sensors, letting people become integral to the decision-making chain by providing their thoughts, feelings, and general feedback on how they interact with their city and, more importantly, how city ...


Design and Implementation of Context Aware Applications With Wireless Sensor Network Support in Urban Train Transportation Environments

Erik Aguirre; Peio Lopez-Iturri; Leyre Azpilicueta; Aitor Redondo; José Javier Astrain; Jesús Villadangos; Alfonso Bahillo; Asier Perallos; Francisco Falcone IEEE Sensors Journal, 2017

Transportation system is experiencing steady growth, with the aim of providing more efficient, reliable, and comfortable services, in the framework of intelligent transportation systems. Moreover, context aware environments are one of the main drivers in the achievement of smart cities and smart regions. In this paper, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) embedded in urban transportation systems will be analyzed in terms ...


Toward interests drift mechanism for social network

Yutao Zhang; Gongshen Liu; Jun Wu; Jianhua Li; Longhua Guo 2016 International Conference on Security of Smart Cities, Industrial Control System and Communications (SSIC), 2016

In the real world, there are many complex networks with a certain number of nodes. Complex network theory has been used in many fields such as World Trade Web. As an important part of complex network, several social network models have been proposed to simulate the social networks in real world in the last decades. While there are plenty of ...


Edge Computing: Vision and Challenges

Weisong Shi; Jie Cao; Quan Zhang; Youhuizi Li; Lanyu Xu IEEE Internet of Things Journal, 2016

The proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) and the success of rich cloud services have pushed the horizon of a new computing paradigm, edge computing, which calls for processing the data at the edge of the network. Edge computing has the potential to address the concerns of response time requirement, battery life constraint, bandwidth cost saving, as well as data ...


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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Introduction to Cognitive Radio and Television White Space

    Wireless communication is a key enabler for smart systems such as smart cities, autonomous ports, and so on. This chapter explores various aspects of the spectrum, including their utilizations, the future needs, and why do we need more agile and dynamic spectrum access technologies. In Asia, Singapore is the leader in television white space (TVWS) development where the cognitive radio venue (CRAVE) trial was conducted. Subsequently, the Singapore white spaces pilot group (SWSPG) was formed by the Institute for Infocomm Research, Microsoft, and Star Hub to look at commercial pilots of TVWS technologies. TVWS becomes the first spectrum open to cognitive radio (CR) for real application for better spectrum utilization. Dynamic spectrum access (DSA) is one type of CR system. The major parameter that DSA needs to detect is frequency availability, which indicates the other users' spectrum utilization in the same working area.

  • The Gameful City

    This chapter contains sections titled: Part I: Introducing the Gameful City, Part II: The Gameful City As ..., Part III: Megacities, Smart Cities, Gameful Cities, Acknowledgments, Notes, References



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