The Internet of Everything (IoE) for Intelligent Systems Concepts, Architecture, Standards, Tools, and Applications

Submission Deadline: 05 October 2022 (closed)

Guest Editors

Dr. Brij B. Gupta, Asia University, Taiwan.
Dr. Francesco COLACE, University of Salerno, Italy.
Dr. John CHUI Kwok Tai, Hong Kong Metropolitan University (HKMU), Hong Kong, China.
Dr. Akshat Gaurav, Ronin Institute, Montclair, USA.


Though Internet of Everything (IoE) has laid its foundation on IoT, however it is quite different from IoT. IoE is one of the many technologies implied by IoT, for example IoS (Internet of Service), Web of Things (WoT) and Internet of Nano Things (IoNT) etc. IoT consists of inter-connection of only physical devices while IoE consists of inter-connection of people, data, process and things. IoE adds intelligence to the IoT and make it smarter. When a technology realises the relationships like M2M (Man to Man), M2T (Man to Thing), M2P (Man to People) and D2D (Device to Device) then it is called as IoE. CISCO has defined architecture of IoE network into three layers namely application, platform and infrastructure layer. Application layer tends to improve user’s experience by adding intelligence to the network. It enables the integration of different applications and provides automated and application oriented responses to users. Platform layer tends to provide orchestration and automated policy provisions as per constantly changing user demands. This layer provides business agility and services that can handle bid data collected by devise. Infrastructure layer collaborates power, security, access architectures and core networks to create an IoE network. This layer provides a right amalgamation of hardware and software into the service provider’s network. Further, adopting technology for IoE also has been divided into three categories namely standard infrastructure, responsive software and holistic security. Standard infrastructure involves installation of standard protocols and syncing services in an end to end IP network. This layer is responsible for seamless, fast, secured and end-to-end delivery of services to the users. Responsive software layer is responsible for automating the response of infrastructure according to the traffic flows and demands Finally, holistic security layer tends to keep the infrastructure secure from end to end. It involves installation of defence mechanisms that can automatically detect and mitigate a cyber-threat.


This special issue aims at providing platform for researchers and practitioners to exchange and publish the latest research trends and results, and so in the area related to advancements in IoE for intelligent systems and its applications. Main objective of this issue is to provide researchers a new comprehensive dimension to the architectural, technological and conceptual growth in IoE and its applications.


The topics relevant to this special issue include but are not limited to:
• Artificial Intelligence and IoE
• IoE for business strategies
• IoE for networks and connectivity
• IoE for human interaction
• Big data management in IoE
• IoE energy management
• IoE future Internet design
• IoE architecture
• IoE and 5G
• IoE security and privacy preservation
• IoE semantics
• IoE protocols
• IoE Interoperability and Multi-Platform Integration
• IoE and healthcare

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