DETECTION OF ANOMALIES IN IOT DEVICES AND SENSORS
ABSTRACT:The Internet of Things (IoT) has emerged as one of the most powerful and widely discussed technologies in recent times. IoT is a network of connected objects or ‘things’ that are embedded with sensors or electronic components that enable them to collect and exchange data with each other and the environment. IoT has been identified as a key enabler for economic recovery and sustainable development, particularly in the context of smart agriculture. Smart agriculture is an approach to agricultural production and management that utilizes advanced technologies such as sensors, robots, and big data analytics to improve yields and reduce waste. This study reviews the potential of IoT in smart agriculture to achieve economic recovery and sustainable development. Specifically, it examines how IoT can be used to increase productivity, enhance sustainability, and reduce cost, security, privacy, data management, energy, lack of access to knowledgeable farming techniques, and oversight of land use. It then discusses the economic and social benefits that can be achieved from applying IoT in smart agriculture and suggests strategies to overcome these challenges.