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The Impact of IOT on Real-World Decisions in the next Stage

EasyChair Preprint no. 6954

19 pagesDate: October 30, 2021


Technology and IoT have improved significantly in recent years. The Internet of Things (IoT) allows devices to self-identify. IoT uses electronic and RFID technology to collect and distribute data. The IoT is supposed to change our lives. Thus, IoT connects everyone. It lets things communicate, share information, and make judgments. The future of IT matters a lot. Physical items will be related to boosting decision-making intelligence. Outside of metropolitan areas, satellite-based Geographic Guidance Systems (SGGS) is the most cost-effective and efficient way to gather geographic and temporal distribution data. Thirty billion connected IoT devices worth $2.5 trillion by 2022. Some estimates put the IoT's global commercial impact at $15 trillion by 2025, with 120 billion linked devices. Regulators can help IoT adoption and implementation by protecting customers and network security.

Regulators can consider ways to promote IoT growth. Improve LTE Advanced and 5G networks, and assess IoT spectrum needs. They encourage commercial use of IPv6 through government programs and public procurement. They facilitate interoperability and give consumers easy access to their data. Encourage global standards and remote SIM usage. Regulators should prioritize privacy and security to enhance public trust and IoT adoption. On the IoT sector, SGGS, theoretical foundations, legal and regulatory ramifications.

Keyphrases: Industry, IoT, IoT devices, Privacy, Sensors

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  author = {Abdulhakeem Amer Abdulameer and Raafat K. Oubida},
  title = {The Impact of IOT on Real-World Decisions in the next Stage},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 6954},

  year = {EasyChair, 2021}}
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