Volume 142, Part A,November 2017, Pages 283-297
This paper reviews agro-industrial and environmental applications that are using Internet of Things (IoT). It is motivated by the need to identify application areas, trends, architectures and open challenges in these two fields. The underlying survey was developed following a systematic literature review using academic documents written in English and published in peer-reviewed venues from 2006 to 2016. Selected references were clustered into four application domains corresponding to: monitoring, control, logistics, and prediction. Implementation-specific details from each selected reference were compiled to create usage distributions of sensors, actuators, power sources, edge computing modules, communication technologies, storage solutions, and visualization strategies. Finally, the results from the review were compiled into an IoT architecture that represents a wide range of current solutions in agro-industrial and environmental fields.
Systematic literature review of IoT applications in agro-industry and environment during 20062016.
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Clustering of IoT applications into four domains: monitoring, control, prediction, and logistics.
Proposal of an IoT architecture for agro-industrial and environmental applications based on the research findings.
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Visualization of key technologies used to develop the IoT applications.
Discussion of trends and open challenges.
Review of IoT applications in agro-industrial and environmental fields
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