Internet of things for disaster management: state-of-the-art and prospects

Ray, P. P. and Mukherjee, M. and Shu, L. (2017) Internet of things for disaster management: state-of-the-art and prospects. IEEE Access, 5 . pp. 18818-18835. ISSN 2169-3536

Full content URL: https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2017.2752174

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Disastrous events are cordially involved with the momentum of nature. As such mishaps have been showing off own mastery, situations have gone beyond the control of human resistive mechanisms far ago. Fortunately, several technologies are in service to gain affirmative knowledge and analysis of a disaster's occurrence. Recently, Internet of Things (IoT) paradigm has opened a promising door toward catering of multitude problems related to agriculture, industry, security, and medicine due to its attractive features, such as heterogeneity, interoperability, light-weight, and flexibility. This paper surveys existing approaches to encounter the relevant issues with disasters, such as early warning, notification, data analytics, knowledge aggregation, remote monitoring, real-time analytics, and victim localization. Simultaneous interventions with IoT are also given utmost importance while presenting these facts. A comprehensive discussion on the state-of-the-art scenarios to handle disastrous events is presented. Furthermore, IoT-supported protocols and market-ready deployable products are summarized to address these issues. Finally, this survey highlights open challenges and research trends in IoT-enabled disaster management systems. © 2013 IEEE.

Keywords:Disaster prevention, Disasters, Surveys, Disaster management, Internet of Things (IOT), Knowledge aggregation, Real-time analytics, Remote monitoring, Research trends, Resistive mechanism, State of the art, Internet of things
Subjects:G Mathematical and Computer Sciences > G420 Networks and Communications
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
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Deposited On:30 Nov 2017 13:29

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