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Book Title: Cloud and Fog Computing Platforms for Internet of Things Applications


  • Full Chapter Submission: 25thMay 2021
  • Review Notification: 05th June 2021
  • Final Acceptance/ Rejection from the Editors: 15th June 2021


The Internet of Things (IoT) generates a broad variety of info. However, the opportunity to continue forward may have stopped as the data reach the cloud for analysis. The proposed work will target IT and organizational technology experts and will outline a new IoT data processing and intervention (Fog Computing) system. The most time-sensitive data on the networks, near where it is produced, is i)analyzed instead of transferring large quantities of IoT data to the cloud, edge or fog computing, ii) act on IoT data in policy milliseconds and iii) submit the selected data to the cloud for historic analysis and long-term storage.

IoT speeds up understanding and reaction to multiple events. Faster response times improve productivity, raise the quality of service and strengthen the security in sectors such as development, oil and gas, infrastructure, transport, mines and the public sector. Connecting modern hardware types to the Internet often opens up new markets for businesses. Pay-as-you-drive insurance, service illumination and service computer are its examples. The Internet of Things promotes the construction of a modern infrastructure. The established cloud models are not designed to handle the volume, scale and pace of data generated by the Internet of Things. Hundreds of billions of machines that were previously unconnected generate more than two exabytes of data every day. By 2023, nearly 100 billion “stuffs” would be linked to the Internet. To migrate, all the data from these objects to the cloud for review, it will take vast quantities of bandwidth. In addition, pluralities of new materials serve billions of new goods. Some devices use industrial protocols and not IP to communicate with a controller. These data can first be migrated to IP before they are sent for retrieval or storage to the cloud.

This book focuses on the cloud and fog computing problems and solutions for IoT applications. It will cover the new approaches to frames and schemes to deal in the fog/cloud paradigm of storage, communication, computing and control. These new approaches support IoT and new applications in relation to potential network wireless architectures. The book explores recent and new trends and leads to a potential course for the ideas, practices, norms, and strategies related to IoT communication, working on the evolving mobile networking paradigms for 2021-2022.


  1. Maximum 04 authors will be allowed to contribute for a single chapter and it will be preferred that co-author(s) of one of the selected chapters should not be the co-author(s) of other selected chapter(s).
  2. Article of 15-20 pages should be submitted for a single chapter.
  3. Original articles with significant contributions from the Author(s) will be the major consideration for shortlisting the received chapters.
  4. All Figures must be in the high quality resolution (not less than 300 dpi). Kindly don’t use any copyright images or else avail the permission from the concerned publisher or copyright holder.
  5. Detailed instructions for the chapter write-up are available here or visit here
  6. References should be put in APA style.
  7. Sample Chapter for the same is shared at: click here
  8. Received articles will be peer-reviewed. Chapter selection will be provisional from the editorial team. CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group will finalize the selection/ rejection of the articles at the last stage of acceptance.

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