A review about Smart Objects, Sensors, and Actuators

TitleA review about Smart Objects, Sensors, and Actuators
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsGarcía, C. G., D. Meana-Llorián, C. Pelayo G-Bustelo, and J. M. Cueva-Lovelle
JournalInternational Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence
ISSN1989-1660
IssueSpecial Issue on Advances and Applications in the Internet of Things and Cloud Computing
Volume4
Number3
Date Published03/2017
Pagination7-10
Abstract

Smart Objects and the Internet of Things are two ideas which describe the future, walk together, and complement each other. Thus, the interconnection among objects can make them more intelligent or expand their intelligence to unsuspected limits. This could be achieved with a new network that interconnects each object around the world. However, to achieve this goal, the objects need a network that supports heterogeneous and ubiquitous objects, a network where exists more traffic among objects than among humans, but supporting for both types. For these reasons, both concepts are very close. Cities, houses, cars, machines, or any another object that can sense, respond, work, or make easier the lives of their owner. This is a part of the future, an immediate future. Notwithstanding, first of all, there are to resolve a series of problems. The most important problem is the heterogeneity of objects. This article is going to show a theoretical frame and the related work about Smart Object. The article will explain what are Smart Objects, doing emphasis in their difference with Not- Smart Objects. After, we will present one of the different object classification system, in our opinion, the most complete.

KeywordsActuator, Internet of things, Sensor, SmartCities
DOI10.9781/ijimai.2017.431
URLhttp://www.ijimai.org/journal/sites/default/files/files/2016/08/ijimai20174_3_1_pdf_15525.pdf
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