Smart Technologies

Scope and Applications

  • K. B. Akhilesh
  • Dietmar P. F. Möller

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Apoorvaa Singh, Chandana Priya Nivarthi, K. B. Akhilesh
    Pages 35-52
  3. Parag Kulkarni, K. B. Akhilesh
    Pages 67-77
  4. Pinosh Kumar Hajoary, K. B. Akhilesh
    Pages 79-96
  5. M. A. Amrita, K. B. Akhilesh
    Pages 97-110
  6. C. V. Sindhuja, K. B. Akhilesh
    Pages 121-136
  7. M. A. Amrita, K. B. Akhilesh
    Pages 137-145
  8. B. Siddappaji, Pinosh Kumar Hajoary, K. B. Akhilesh
    Pages 159-167
  9. B. Siddappaji, K. B. Akhilesh
    Pages 169-178
  10. Abhaya Kumar Jaiswal, K. B. Akhilesh
    Pages 191-200
  11. Apoorvaa Singh, K. B. Akhilesh
    Pages 201-219
  12. Kosha Joshi, Arjun V. Singar, K. B. Akhilesh
    Pages 221-232
  13. Kosha Joshi, K. B. Akhilesh
    Pages 233-247
  14. Arjun V. Singar, K. B. Akhilesh
    Pages 249-264
  15. Tobias Koch, Dietmar P. F. Möller, Andreas Deutschmann
    Pages 275-289
  16. Chandana Priya Nivarthi, K. B. Akhilesh
    Pages 291-304
  17. Aditi Tiwari, K. B. Akhilesh
    Pages 305-315
  18. Isabell A. Jehle, Dietmar P. F. Möller
    Pages 325-334
  19. Muhammad Salman Gurmani, Dietmar P. F. Möller
    Pages 335-343
  20. Roland Erik Haas, Shambo Bhattacharjee, Dietmar P. F. Möller
    Pages 345-371

About this book


The book introduces the concept of ‘smart technologies’, especially ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT), and elaborates upon various constituent technologies, their evolution and their applications to various challenging problems in society. It then presents research papers and case studies based upon inception, application and implementation of IoT-based smart technologies for various application areas from some of the most technologically conservative domains like agriculture and farming to the most advanced areas such as automobiles, financial transactions and industrial applications. The book contents is thus applicable not only to academic researcher, but also to interested readers from industries and corporates, and those involved in policy making.      

Excerpt from the Foreword (read the complete text on Springerlink):

This book contains besides the two introductory chapters, written by the project leaders from Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore, and TU Clausthal (TUC), Germany, the different areas of research work done within the INGPAR (Indo-German Partnership in Advanced Research, founded by DAAD in Germany and UGC in India) project so far by the Indian and German young researchers. It offers new perspectives and documents important progress in smart technologies. I can say without reservation that this book and, more specifically, the method it espouses will change fundamental ideas for cutting-edge innovation and disruption in the smart technology area.”        - Prof. Dr. Thomas Hanschke, President, TU Clausthal, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany


Implementation Internet of Things Smart Technologies Technology Management Innovation Management

Editors and affiliations

  • K. B. Akhilesh
    • 1
  • Dietmar P. F. Möller
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Management StudiesIndian Institute of ScienceBangaloreIndia
  2. 2.Institute for Applied Stochastics and Operations Research, Research Group Stochastic Models in Engineering ScienceTU ClausthalClausthal-ZellerfeldGermany

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