The security problem in Internet of Things

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Tom Tuunainen

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Internet of Things (IoT) is a collective term for the evolution in which machines, vehicles, buildings, household appliances, clothing, furniture, watches and other accessories, as well as everyday objects and even our own bodies, can be equipped with small, built-in sensors. This enables the devices to perceive their surroundings, communicate with it, collect data and create behavioral patterns that are situational. Thus, the gadgets can ideally help to create smart, attractive and helpful goods, environments and services. Some everyday examples are e.g. activity bracelets and self-driving cars.

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Practical implementation of 5G industrial IoT solution – joint demonstration with weather data

Sami Salo
Marjut Koskela
Virve Sorvoja
Janne Kumpuoja
Kristian Ratia
Juha Kalliovaara
Tommi Tuomola

The use of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in the industry means that there are large amounts of data that must be transferred from the sensors to a data server. 5G technology provides fast connections, so that the data can be transferred quickly from one location to another and used in real-time applications. This paper shows a practical implementation of a real 5G industrial IoT use case in a joint demonstration between Centria University of Applied Sciences (Centria), Oulu University of Applied Sciences (OUAS) and Turku University of Applied Sciences (TUAS) based in a port environment. Jatka lukemista ”Practical implementation of 5G industrial IoT solution – joint demonstration with weather data”