JIOTA Volume & Issue





Journal of IOT Applications for smart city:



ISSN:

0000-0000

Number of Papers:

5

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An Analysis of Important Issues Associated with Cloud Computing

Journal of IOT Applications for smart city, Available online 29th August 2017

Rohit Nagar | K. Gupta, Raj Mohan Singh

Abstract

Cloud computing is a service based technology on internet which provides many facilities to the users to access plenty of resources on demand from anywhere and anytime in the world. Cloud computing mainly aims to give proficient access to the remote and geographically distributed resources. As cloud technology is evolving day by day it confronts many numerous challenges. This paper gives an overview of cloud computing and provides a concise but all-round analysis of important issues like scheduling issues, security issues, access control issues, multi tenancy issues, trust management , privacy issues etc.

Drishti - IoT based Blind Stick

Journal of IOT Applications for smart city, Available online 29th August 2017

Jayant Benjamin | Hiten Chaglani, Hardik Chodvadiya, Divakar Yadav, Ninad Modak

Abstract

Drishti, is a IoT based wearble for blind which supports user tracking, hailing cabs via present online services, detecting obstacles ahead, and distinguishing if its a human. All this comes with a ear piece for compatibility

Network Aggregation using MapReduce in Big Data Application

Journal of IOT Applications for smart city, Available online 29th August 2017

Sayali C Ambulkar | 

Abstract

The MapReduce programming model streamlines far reaching scale data dealing with on item gathered by manhandling parallel map and reduce assignments. Yet various attempts have been made to upgrade the execution of MapReduce jobs, they dismiss the orchestrate development made in the shuffle phase, which expect a fundamental part in execution change. Usually, a hash limit is utilized to distribute data among diminish errands, which, regardless, is not development capable in light of the fact that framework topology and data measure related with each key are not considered over. In this paper, we concentrate to lessen sort out movement taken a toll for a MapReduce work by plotting a novel direct data section plot. In addition, we commonly consider the aggregator circumstance issue, where every aggregator can decrease united development from various map tasks. A breaking down based appropriated estimation is proposed to deal with the far reaching scale streamlining issue for huge information application and an online count is also planned to accommodate data portion and aggregate powerfully. Finally, wide multiplication comes to fulfillment demonstrate that our recommendation can through and through reduction compose movement fetched under both separated and online cases.

Smart Residence with Enhanced Security using Internet of Things

Journal of IOT Applications for smart city, Available online 29th August 2017

Karthi P | kannika parameshwari B

Abstract

The proposal is to create Smart Home using Internet of Things that saves energy and make human life better. Internet of Things is an interconnection of Programmable and electronic gadgets that enables us to control them without physical contact by sending and receiving data. Raspberry Pi acts as the controller that is connected to Source power supply in such a way that it controls power to various electronic appliances at home. Raspberry Pi is a visiting card sized, cost efficient and reliable electronic device with 64 bit quad core processor and a Raspbian distribution of Linux as its default operating system. Raspberry Pi can be controlled by maximum of four mobile devices with necessary application via Internet and Bluetooth. Raspberry Pi must be connected via wireless mode to detect Wi-Fi and Bluetooth signals. If none of the four devices are reachable via Bluetooth, all the power ports must be disabled except t he port providing electricity to the refrigerator. Air Conditioners can be switched on through a command from any of the four mobile devices when Bluetooth connection is unavailable. Once the data signal is received from the mobile device, Air Conditioner and the Raspberry Pi’s timer must be switched on. Once the timer reaches 30 minutes and if none of the device is connected to Raspberry Pi via Bluetooth, then the Air Conditioner must be switched off automatically so that power is conserved, if the person is unable to return. Even water can be conserved by switching off the electric motors automatically. When the tank is full, the concern sensor intimates the Raspberry Pi that the tank is filled. Fire sensor can also be attached to the Raspberry Pi so that it generates a high interrupt signal to Raspberry Pi that in turn alerts all the connected mobile devices in time of emergency. This can help people to take precautions to avoid fire accidents when the residents are unavailable. Similar mechanisms can also be implemented to avoid thefts at home. When the residents are unavailable, it generates an interrupt signal from the actuator located on the door to the Raspberry Pi which in

Smart Security Monitoring Devices for Agricultural Field using Raspberry PI and IoT.

Journal of IOT Applications for smart city, Available online 29th August 2017

G.Sireesha | D.Tejaswini

Abstract

Agriculture is the prime occupation of human being in India. 64% of total available land is occupied by the agriculture. It is practically difficult to every one to view the plants regularly and to use the fertilizers according to the growth rate of the plants or crops. The only solution to this problem is smart agriculture by modernizing the current traditional methods of agriculture the Indian economy deserves security in terms like protection from attacks of rodents or insects, in fields . The security systems which are being used now a days are not smart enough to provide real time notification after sensing the problem. . Hence the project aims at making agriculture smart using automation and IoT technologies. This project is oriented to accentuate the methods to solve the problems like identification of rodents, threats to crops and delivering real time notification based on information analysis and processing without any human intervention. We are using the flame sensor and humidity sensor to find humidity and fire attack. In addition to this, we are using a camera to live stream the field. Here the below mentioned sensors and electronic devices are integrated using Python scripts.