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Sensors for the Internet of things

Sensors for the Internet of things

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This chapter is focused on the basic concepts of sensors for the Internet of things (IoT). There is a wide variety of sensors, so to better manage them some type of classification will first be necessary. Then, the main characteristics of the sensors will be defined. Understanding these features will undoubtedly help in selecting the most suitable sensor for IoT applications. Finally, examples of commercial sensors particularly suitable for IoT applications are provided.

Chapter Contents:

  • 2.1 Sensor, smart sensor and IoT sensor
  • 2.2 Sensor classification
  • 2.2.1 According to the output signal
  • 2.2.2 According to the excitation method
  • 2.2.3 According to the variable parameter
  • 2.2.4 According to the measured magnitude
  • 2.3 Sensor characteristics
  • 2.4 Applications and manufactures of IoT sensors
  • 2.5 Temperature sensors
  • 2.6 Humidity sensors
  • 2.7 Pressure sensors
  • 2.8 Motion sensors
  • 2.9 Gas sensors
  • 2.10 Optical sensors
  • 2.11 Ultrasonic sensors
  • 2.12 Conclusions
  • References

Inspec keywords: Internet of Things

Other keywords: IoT applications; Internet of Things; commercial sensors; suitable sensor

Subjects: Sensing devices and transducers; Computer networks and techniques; Computer communications

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