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A Brief Review of the IoT-Based Energy Management System in the Smart Industry

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Bagdadee, Amam Hossain, Li Zhang, and Md. Saddam Hossain Remus. 2020. “A Brief Review of the IoT-Based Energy Management System in the Smart Industry.” In Artificial Intelligence and Evolutionary Computations in Engineering Systems, edited by Subhransu Sekhar Dash, C. Lakshmi, Swagatam Das, and Bijaya Ketan Panigrahi, 1056:443–59. Singapore: Springer Singapore.

Nowadays manufacturing circumstances, rising energy costs, increased concern for the environment, and changes in the practice of consumers promoting green manufacturing organizations. The remarkable increase in modernization in recent years requires an economical, productive and smart solution such as transportation, management, the state, personal satisfaction. Energy demand for IoT applications is growing. In this particular situation, energy management is an important issue because of high energy savings and efficient energy crisis reasons. In this paper, IoT energy management tends to achieve green energy response and communication from supply and demand. As a result, smart industrial planning must be able to use energy productively to overcome related difficulties. At that time, we will provide a structure for combining reservations and increasing energy efficiency in smart industries based on IoT. Also, I will explain the energy generation in smart industries. This is a solution to extend the low power of equipment with control related problems too. In this paper has discussed case studies. The smart factory energy planning and the second include wireless power transfer from IoT implements in the smart industry. The situation of smart industrial facilities has shown as a contextual analysis including progress considering the balance of energy supply and demand, unsolved issues also discussed in the field of IoT based energy management system.

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