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Industry 4.0 Challenges in Smart Cities

  • Discusses unique angles in the fields of Industrial Management

  • Links various global challenges in Industry 4.0, IoT, and Smart City applications

  • Presents contributions from experts around the world in the area of Industrial Engineering

Part of the book series: EAI/Springer Innovations in Communication and Computing (EAISICC)

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Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x
  2. Secure Algorithm for IoT Devices Authentication

    • Vincent Omollo Nyangaresi, Anthony J. Rodrigues, Silvance O. Abeka
    Pages 1-22
  3. Mathematical Modeling as a Tool for Selecting a Rational Logistical Route in Multimodal Transport Systems

    • Olexiy Pavlenko, Dmitriy Muzylyov, Natalya Shramenko, Dagmar Cagáňová, Vitalii Ivanov
    Pages 23-37
  4. Commercializing M2M eSIM Networks

    • Bassem Ali Abdou
    Pages 39-58
  5. Closed Cycle of Biodegradable Wastes in Smart Cities

    • Michal Holubčík, Jozef Jandačka, Juraj Trnka
    Pages 59-73
  6. Automated People Counting in Public Transport

    • Pištek Peter, Harvan Simon, Valicek Michal
    Pages 75-93
  7. Sustainable Urban Mobility–Multimodality as a Chance for Greener Cities: Evidence from Slovakia

    • Mária Holotová, Ľudmila Nagyová, Tomáš Holota, Dagmar Cagáňová
    Pages 107-118
  8. Drive Health: Road Condition Detection

    • Peter Ferguson, Brian Walker, Navid Shaghaghi, Behnam Dezfouli
    Pages 131-143
  9. Digitalization in Transport Logistics due to COVID-19: A Case Study from Germany

    • Zuzana Papulová, Christian Korge, Stephan Pritzl
    Pages 145-154
  10. Automated Approach to Analyze IoT Privacy Policies

    • Alanoud Subahi, George Theodorakopoulos
    Pages 163-186
  11. Back Matter

    Pages 187-191

About this book

This book discusses the next level of innovative technologies influencing sectors in industry and their future in industrial, urban and sustainable development. The authors provide a platform for a discussion of a synergy of ideas within smart industrial innovations, approaching them from various points of view. These include industry and management 4.0, the expansion of new business models, smart technologies identifying global challenges, and other new trends and opportunities. New managerial ideas, innovations, and technologies for advances in mobility are highlighted together from a multidisciplinary perspective. This book is relevant to researchers, graduate students and those who are interested in Smart Cities.

Keywords

  • Industry 4.0
  • Multimodality
  • IoT and Mobility
  • Social Assistive Robot
  • Sustainability and Artificial Intelligence
  • Smart Factory

Editors and Affiliations

  • Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Trnava, Slovakia

    Dagmar Cagáňová, Natália Horňáková

About the editors

Dagmar Cagáňová, assoc. prof. in Industrial Engineering, acts as the Ambassador/Representative for Foreign Affairs at the Institute of Industrial Engineering and Management, the Faculty of Materials Science and Technology in Trnava, the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia. She is also the co-founder of the European Alliance for Innovation in Slovakia, a management committee member of E-COST (European Collaboration in Science and Technology) TN 1301 Sci Generation, the executive committee member in Danubius Academic Consortium (Academic Network for Integral Innovation), a steering committee member of Danube strategy Priority Axis 7: Knowledge society- science, research, innovation and ICT for the Slovak Republic, as well as a member of iATDi (International Association for Technological Development and Innovations). Her professional interests, research topics, and international collaborations are mainly focused on Intercultural and Innovation Management, Managerial Skills, International Relationships and Diversity, Mobility and Smart Cities, and Gender Diversity. She is the member of several journal editorial boards, is a co- editor of current Special issues content journals (MONET, WINET, Sustainability), an organiser, and a steering committee member of numerous domestic and international summits and conferences, acts as tutor in PhD. study programmes, and has participated in numerous domestic and international projects as a team member and as the Project Head. She is the co-editor of Internet of Things, IoT Infrastructures 2014, part 2 and Smart City 360, 2015 published by Springer, the co-editor of Springer scientific monograph Mobility IoT 2018, 2019. To date, she has published 345 publications, 7 scientific monographs, 17 papers in current content journals with IF, 73 papers in databases WOS, 87 in databases SCOPUS and has over 647 citations, 331 of them in quotation databases WOS and SCOPUS, h-index in WOS is 7 and SCOPUS h-index 8.

Natália Horňáková, MSc. PhD. works as a Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Industrial Engineering and Management, the Faculty of Materials Science and Technology in Trnava, the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia. N. Horňáková has received a doctorate degree at the Institute of Industrial Engineering and Management in the study branch Industrial Management. She deals with the issue of Business Logistics, Industrial Engineering and Management, Innovation Management and Managerial Skills. N. Horňáková has been a team member of several domestic and foreign projects including project H2020: Linking Research and Innovation for Gender Equality. She is the author and co- author of several domestics and foreign publications, including scientific monographs and publications in current content journals, such as Mobile Networks and Applications (MONET) and Wireless Networks (WINET), as well as the co-editor of Springer scientific monograph Mobility IoT 2018 and of a special issue of the journal MONET: Smart solutions, with the focus on innovations from various perspectives. During the years 2014-2015, she was an active member of the student part of the Academic Senate STU and a member of organizing committees of various international conferences. N. Horňáková is also a member of organizational and program committees of domestic and foreign conferences, as well as a member of iATDi (International Association for Technological Development and Innovations).


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