Editors: Arun Solanki, Anuj Kumar Singh

Intelligent Systems for IoE Based Smart Cities

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ISBN: 978-981-5124-97-2 (Print)
ISBN: 978-981-5124-96-5 (Online)
Year of Publication: 2023
DOI: 10.2174/97898151249651230101


Intelligent Systems for IoE Based Smart Cities provides simplified information about complexities of cyber physical systems, the Internet of Everything (IoE) and smart city infrastructure. It presents 11 edited chapters that reveal how intelligent systems and IoE are driving the evolution of smart cities, making them more efficient, interconnected, and responsive to the needs of citizens.

The book content represents comprehensive exploration of the transformative potential and challenges of IoE-based smart cities, fueled by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) innovations.

Key Topics:

  • - Physical layer design considerations that underpin smart city infrastructure
  • - Enabling technologies for intelligent systems within the context of smart computing environments
  • - Smart sensors and actuators, their applications, challenges, and future trends in IoE-based smart cities
  • - Applications, enabling technologies, challenges, and future trends of IoE for smart cities.
  • - The integration of Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing, and smart cities for enhanced urban experiences
  • - machine learning-based intrusion detection techniques for countering attacks on the Internet of Vehicles
  • - Smartphone-based indoor positioning applications using trilateration and the role of sensors in IoT ecosystems
  • - IoT, blockchain, and cloud-based technology for secure frameworks and data analytics
  • - Blockchain and smart contracts in shaping the future of smart cities.

This is a timely reference for researchers, professionals, and students interested in the convergence of IoT, intelligent systems and urban studies into smart city planning and design.

Audience: Researchers, professionals, and students interested in the convergence of IoT, intelligent systems and urban studies into smart city planning and design.


The continuing dispersal of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies is opening new opportunities, and the foremost amazing application is the smart city concept, which is endlessly progressing in many dimensions. Generally, a smart city can be defined as integrating IoT and other Information Communication Technologies (ICT) into city management, controlling, or monitoring to address the exponential rise in urbanization and population, therefore significantly improving people’s living standards. The smart city model is also strictly associated with the aspects of sustainability. But with the evolution of the Internet of Everything (IoE), which provides connectivity not only among things, but also among people, data, and processes, smart cities will become smarter. The IoE enhances connectivity and intelligence to about every entity in the system, including things, data, processes, and people, giving it special functions. This integration will have a vivid impact on every aspect, from city management to planning, controlling, and health.

Intelligent Systems for IoE-based Smart cities are emerging as a primary need for Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) across the world. Advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) algorithms have played an important role in the progress and automation of city operations and in supporting the development of CPS in cities. Extensive use of intelligent decision-making and data-driven modelling under uncertainty are establishing the basis for advancements in public services, safety, connectivity, transportation, and health services. The examples include improved public transportation systems, advanced traffic solutions, energy modelling, smart emergency response and autonomous driving, being some of the applications that have benefited from the methodologies of principled decision-making.

This book focuses on the characteristics, requirements, issues, challenges, and development of intelligent systems for smart cities based on IoE. The allied topics, including data science and open-source data sets for IoE-based smart cities, decision-making for IoE-based smart cities, design of intelligent systems for IoE smart cities, and challenges in deployment, equity and fairness in IoE smart cities, and security and privacy in AI for smart cities are being addressed in this book. Since the smart infrastructure paradigm is now shifting from IoT to IoE, this book will certainly be appealing to readers. The fusion of three main technologies, including intelligent systems, smart cities, and IoE, has been presented in this book, which is a relatively unique approach.

Anand Paul
The School of CSE
Kyungpook National University
Daegu, South Korea