Trading app analyzer using implanted sensing technique in IoT via blockchain-based networks

Sachin D. Upadhye, Ranjeet G. Ghumde, Satyajit S. Uparkar, Prafulla O. Bagde
2022 International Journal of Health Sciences  
Handheld devices equipped with sophisticated sensors enabling data collection as well as remote monitoring would lay the groundwork for one low-cost data trading approach. This data, for example, could be linked to contaminants and greenhouse emissions and then used to assess the limitations of current regulatory requirements. On a larger scale, the current IoT data trade method relies on a centralised third-party organisation to regulate among data producers and users, which is ineffective and
more » ... unsafe. These decentralised solutions based on block chain technology, on the other hand, allow data exchange while guaranteeing integrity, confidentiality, and anonymity. However, leading to a lack of understanding of process efficiency between retailers and buyers, there is a significant gap in assessing data trading procedures in IoT. We propose a paradigm for IoT-based data trade known as the Internet of Things and the blockchain network, that is intended to allow significant environmental monitoring and is influenced through the knowledge gap. We can examine the efficacy of transmission of three fundamental IoT trade protocol connections with respect to delay and power usage. These protocols model and analysis serve as a baseline for IoT data exchange solution.
doi:10.53730/ijhs.v6ns5.11142 fatcat:2mrlh4vpdffkxebc7b76o2ulcu