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Special Issue on Internet of Things for Smart Health and Emotion Care
Special Issue on Intelligent Blockchain for Internet of Things
Special Issue on 6G-Enabled Internet of Things
Special Issue on Age of Information and Data Semantics for Sensing, Communication and Control Co-Design in IoT”
Special Issue on Industrial Security for Smart Cities
Special Issue on AI‐driven IoT Data Monetization: A Transition From “Value Islands” To “Value Ecosystems”
Special Issue on Blockchain Enabled Edge Computing and Intelligence
Special Issue on Robustness and Efficiency in the Convergence of AI and IoT
Special Issue on AI-Enabled Internet of Dependable and Controllable Things
Special Issue on Smart IoT System: Opportunities by Linking Cloud, Edge, and AI
Special Issue on Blockchain and Edge Computing Techniques for Emerging IoT Applications
Special Issue on Internet of UAVs over Cellular Networks
Special Issue on High-Confidence City IoT for Collaborative Smart City Services
Special Issue on Artificial Intelligence Powered Edge Computing for Internet of Things
Special Issue on Internet of Food: Emerging Trend and Challenges
Special Issue on Internet of Things for Smart Ocean
Special Issue on Software Engineering Research and Practices for the Internet of Things
Purpose and Scope
The IEEE IoT Journal (IoT-J), launched in 2014, publishes papers on the latest advances, as well as review articles, on the various aspects of IoT. Topics include IoT system architecture, IoT enabling technologies, IoT communication and networking protocols, IoT services and applications, and the social implications of IoT. Examples are IoT demands, impacts, and implications on sensors technologies, big data management, and future internet design for various IoT use cases, such as smart cities, smart environments, smart homes, etc. The fields of interest include:
- IoT architectures such as things-centric, data-centric, service-centric architecture, CPS and SCADA platforms, future Internet design for IoT, cloud-based IoT, and system security and manageability.
- IoT enabling technologies such as sensors, radio frequency identification, low power and energy harvesting, sensor networks, machine-type communication, resource-constrained networks, real-time systems, IoT data analytics, in situ processing, and embedded software.
- IoT services, applications, standards, and test-beds such as streaming data management and mining platforms, service middleware, open service platform, semantic service management, security and privacy-preserving protocols, design examples of smart services and applications, and IoT application support.
Honggang Wang, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA (Email: hwang1[at]umassd.edu)