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Apostolopoulos, Stavros
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2022-06-08T08:42:37Z
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2022-06-08T08:42:37Z
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2022-06-08
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/29945
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Internet of things
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dc.title
Internet of (Military) Things - Smart Warrior
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masterThesis
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A PoC implementation of IoT technology in modern warriors
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heal.dateAvailable
2022-05-14
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en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Science and Technology, MSc in Cybersecurity
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2022-01-07
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It is widely suggested that the new era in Information Technologies is tightly connected with the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), a neural network that connects a plethora of digital devices with the Internet. In the near future, it is expected that a variety of daily–life objects will be equipped with microcontrollers and processors and with proper communication protocols that will encompass, monitor, and facilitate every aspect of our daily life by integrating the end-user with the Internet. One aspect of the IoT is that of the Internet of Military Things (IoMT), where weapon systems, vehicles, radars, and humans are digitally interacting with each other, with the goal of increasing the soldier’s perception, i.e., Situational Awareness, while collecting information from the battlefield in order to create actionable intelligence that will degrade the enemy’s warfighting capability. The baseline for the effectiveness of an IoMT-enabled army is each fighter, whose embedded sensing and computing devices will provide all the necessary information about the status of friendly and enemy forces, as well as an operational picture of the Battlefield. This dissertation was written as a part of the MSc in Cybersecurity at the International Hellenic University. The purpose of this thesis is firstly to present an overview of The Internet of Things (IoT) technology, its protocols, structure, and applications, secondly to focus on IoT’s applications in the Military while addressing concepts such as Digitization of The Battlefield and Network-Centric Warfare and finally propose a proof-of-concept implementation of various sensors on an infantry soldier, thus characterizing him as a “Smart Warrior.”
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Stavrinides, Stavros
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Baltatzis, Dimitrios
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Hatzivasilis, George
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IHU
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ihu
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