Industrial Internet of things at work: a case study analysis in robotic-aided environmental monitoring

  title={Industrial Internet of things at work: a case study analysis in robotic-aided environmental monitoring},
  author={Vito Scilimati and Antonio Petitti and Pietro Boccadoro and Roberto Colella and Donato Di Paola and Annalisa Milella and Luigi Alfredo Grieco},
  journal={IET Wirel. Sens. Syst.},
Nowadays, Internet of things (IoT) and robotic systems are key drivers of technological innovation trends. Leveraging the advantages of both technologies, IoT-aided robotic systems can disclose a disruptive potential of opportunities The present contribution provides an experimental analysis of an IoT-aided robotic system for environmental monitoring. To this end, an experimental testbed has been developed. It is composed of: (i) an IoT device connected to (ii) an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV… 

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