Expected by: 01 April 2023
AIoT Technologies and Applications for Smart Environments
Although some IoT systems are built for simple event control where a sensor signal triggers a corresponding reaction, many events are far more complex, requiring applications to interpret the event using analytical techniques to initiate proper actions. Artificial intelligence of things (AIoT) applies intelligence to the edge and gives devices the ability to understand the data, observe the environment around them, and decide what to do best with minimum human intervention. With the power of AI, AIoT devices are not just messengers feeding information to control centers. They have evolved into intelligent machines capable of performing self-driven analytics and acting independently. A smart environment uses technologies such as wearable devices, IoT, and mobile internet to dynamically access information, connect people, materials and institutions, and then actively manages and responds to the ecosystem's needs in an intelligent manner.
In this edited book, the authors present challenges, technologies, applications and future trends of AI-enabled IoT (AIoT) in realizing smart and intelligent environments, including frameworks and methodologies to apply AIoT in monitoring devices and environments, tools and practices most applicable to product or service development to solve innovation problems, advanced and innovative techniques and practical implementations to enhance future smart environment systems as. They plan to cover a broad range of applications including smart cities, smart transportation and smart agriculture.
This book is a valuable resource for industry and academic researchers, scientists, engineers and advanced students in the fields of ICTs and networking, IoT, AI and machine and deep learning, data science, sensing, robotics, automation and smart technologies and smart environments.
About the Editors
Mamoun Alazab is an associate professor at the College of Engineering, IT, and Environment, and the inaugural director of the NT Academic Centre for Cyber Security and Innovation (ACCI) at Charles Darwin University, Australia. His research is multidisciplinary and focuses on cyber security, digital forensics of computer systems, and cybercrime detection and prevention. He is a senior member of the IEEE and Founding Chair of the IEEE Northern Territory (NT) Subsection.
Meenu Gupta is an associate professor at the UIE-CSE Department, Chandigarh University, India. Her areas of research include machine learning, intelligent systems, and data mining, with a specific interest in artificial intelligence, image processing and analysis, smart cities, data analysis, and human/brain-machine interaction (BMI). She has edited two books on healthcare and cancer diseases and authored four engineering books. She is a reviewer for several journals including Big Data, CMC, Scientific Report and TSP.
Shakeel Ahmed is an associate professor at the College of Computer Sciences and Information Technology, King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia. His areas of interest include software verification and validation, mobile ad hoc networks, software engineering and cloud computing. He has authored research papers in journals and IEEE international conferences. He is a PC member for several international conferences and a reviewer for quartile journals. He holds a PhD in computer science from Indore University, India.
Mamoun Alazab, Meenu Gupta, Shakeel Ahmed