[DevDay2019] Internet of Things- By: Dr. Anand Nayyar at Duy Tan University
In this lecture, he will start by elaborating the term “Internet of Things” along with current technological trends which has led to IoT, define the impact of IoT on Society making a strong base for Smart Cities, Industries- Transforming into Industry 4.0, Medical IoT as well as Future transformations in IoT.
Working as Professor, Researcher and Scientist-Graduate School, Duy Tan University,
Da Nang, Vietnam
Ph.D Computer Science in area of Sensor Communications, Swarm Intelligence and
15 Years Teaching and Research Experience including Consultant in various Research
SPECIALIZED IN: WSN, MANETS, Swarm Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep
Learning, Cloud Computing, Big Data, IoT, Cyber Security, Intelligent Computing
Published 300 Papers, 40+ Articles (Open Source), 22 Books, 3 Patent, 75+
Certifications from IT Organizations. 450+ Citations in Google Scholar
Member of 50+ Research Organizations as Senior/Associate and Life Member Senior
Member: IEEE and ACM, ACM DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER (1st In Vietnam)
Associate Editor of IJISP, IJDST (IGI-Global)- SCOPUS Indexed
Associated with more than 300 Conferences- National and International as Reviewer,
Technical Advisory, Programme Committee and Many more.
IoT is Not All About Technology
The Industry Wants the “Energy Pill”
6.3 Billion 6.8 Billion 7.2 Billion 7.6 Billion
500 Million 12.5 Billion 25 Billion 50 Billion
0.08 1.84 3.47 6.58
2003 2010 2015 2020
[Source: Cisco IBSG, April 2019]
More Connected Devices Than People
Components of Internet Of Things (IoT)
(Sensors & Actuators)
Connectivity Data Analytics
Why IoT Is At An Inflection
The Importance Of Getting
The need to connect assets
I need to
quality of my
Who is the
Can I reduce
When is my
Where can I
What IF we can connect ALL these assets and get the answers to ALL thesequestions?
The Need To Connect Assets
Monitoring of Assets – Typical Everyday
Who Benefits From Connected Assets?
Ad Hoc ,
Capacity To Hear And Respond
(web portals, emails,
phone calls etc) and
methods unable to
“Black hole” issue
Vision - City Of The
Open source and
Sensing the city Provide tools for
the citizens to
workings of the
Technology may help mitigate the “black hole” problem.
Get public and private
parties to send reports via
their smartphones and
and justify their
next plan of action
solutions to solve the
pain points of public or
Big Data Analytics are
performed to get more
Issues are assigned to proper
field force, measure their
effectiveness and notify the
“reporters” using their
BUILDING THE NEXT SMART CITY APPLICATIONS
We Build Cities Based on People-CentricApproach
Collect incident reporting,
identify locations of issues
How to Build Your First
Understanding The Value Pyramid
Answers to questions.
Value is Created by Making Sense of Data
Why my parking utilization is
How to implement a tiered
How to find “overstayed”
Who park at this lot?
What kind of vehicle?
Where is the empty
When is the peak
Empty (0), Full (1)
Example: Smart Waste Management
Why the garbage truck not picking
Why a particular area is full of
How to plan the route of the trucks?
How many days till the next
Who is collecting the garbage?
What is the status of the garbage bin?
When was the garbage collected?
Where is the location of the full bin?
Empty (0), Full (1)
Smart Waste Management
Home Health Transport OfficeWaste
IOT Platforms - From Vertical To Horizontal
Blending Data - Creating New Compound Applications
DEVICE CONNECTIVITY (REST, MQTT,
• Wearable device to monitor the elderly people vital signs such
as heart rate, steps, Blood Pressure*, ECG, location*, fall
cases and others
• Offered with Favorwatch mobile application to
monitor the elderly
• Based on annual subscription
• Optional features* will include but not limited to:
• Health professionals*
• Care givers*
• Elderly care centers*
Pipelines of Smart Factories for Industry 4.0 based on Secure
Networks of Clouds
Smart Factory 2…N
Smart Factory 1
Smart … Smart
SMLCPriority: Situational Awareness performance tools acrossthe enterprise to
manage dynamic production,use,and storage of essential resources
(energy, water, air)
data, mobile, etc.
Modern, smart factories will be interconnected
with supply chain, distribution and business systems
IoT and HealthCare
• With an ever-increasing population and expectant longevity of life, optimum
management of patients and healthcare resources is a must.
• Today’s lifestyle has brought with a spate of diseases, both common and life-threatening,
and blending technology with healthcare services has managed to take the burden off
physicians and organizations, enabling them to manage their activities efficiently.
• Telehealth is a very popular application of IoT
• It enables physicians and caregivers to cater
to patients remotely. This also helps patients
receive timely help in the comfort of their
• Patients can talk to their physicians or
caregivers through video conferencing or
calling, and immediately receive the
assistance they need.
• This has been a tremendous contribution to
healthcare because it reduces inconvenience
to patients who find it difficult to get around,