Internet of things applications using Raspberry-Pi: a survey

Khalid M. Hosny, Amal Magdi, Ahmad Salah, Osama El-Komy, Nabil A. Lashin


The internet of things (IoT) is the communication of everything with anything else, with the primary goal of data transfer over a network. Raspberry Pi, a low-cost computer device with minimal energy consumption is employed in IoT applications designed to accomplish many of the same tasks as a normal desktop computer. Raspberry Pi is a quad-core computer with parallel processing capabilities that may be used to speed up computations and processes. The Raspberry Pi is an extremely useful and promising technology that offers portability, parallelism, low cost, and low power consumption, making it ideal for IoT applications. In this article, the authors provide an overview of IoT and Raspberry Pi and research on IoT applications using Raspberry Pi in various fields, including transportation, agriculture, and medicine. This article will outline the details of several research publications on Raspberry Pi-based IoT applications.


Communication; Internet of things; Raspberry Pi; Smart agriculture; Smart transportation

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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