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    A survey on internet of things enabled smart campus applications

    Abuarqoub, A, Abusaimeh, H, Hammoudeh, M, Uliyan, D, Abu-Hashem, MA, Murad, S, Al-Jarrah, M and Al-Fayez, F (2017) A survey on internet of things enabled smart campus applications. In: International Conference on Future Networks and Distributed Systems (ICFNDS 2017), 19 July 2017 - 20 July 2017, Cambridge, United Kingdom.


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    The fictional future home, workspace or city, as predicted by science TV shows of the 1960s, is now a reality. Modern microelectronics and communication technologies offer the type of smart living that looked practically inconceivable just a few decades ago. The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the main drivers of the future smart spaces. It enables new operational technologies and offers vital financial and environmental benefits. With IoT, spaces are evolving from being just 'smart' to become intelligent and connected. This survey paper focuses on how to leverage IoT technologies to build a modular approach to smart campuses. The paper identifies the key benefits and motivation behind the development of IoT-enabled campus. Then, it provides a comprehensive view of general types of smart campus applications. Finally, we consider the vital design challenges that should be met to realise a smart campus.

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