IoT-Based Route Recommendation for an Intelligent Waste Management System

  title={IoT-Based Route Recommendation for an Intelligent Waste Management System},
  author={Mohammadhossein Ghahramani and MengChu Zhou and Anna Molter and Francesco Pilla},
  journal={IEEE Internet of Things Journal},
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a paradigm characterized by a network of embedded sensors and services. These sensors are incorporated to collect various information, track physical conditions, e.g., waste bins’ status, and exchange data with different centralized platforms. The need for such sensors is increasing; however, the proliferation of technologies comes with various challenges. For example, how can IoT and its associated data be used to enhance waste management? In smart cities, an… 

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