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The goal of the smart city is to make it easier for citizens to make decisions that are relevant to the city by providing them with the necessary information at the appropriate time and in the appropriate location. Communication between people and objects, as well as between objects themselves, is made possible by systems based on the Internet of Things, which lays the groundwork for the smartification of services. However, integrating the Internet of Things with the services provided by the city might be difficult in order to make the city smart. The goal of this article is to determine which difficulties are associated with putting IoT into practise in smart cities and rank them in order of importance. IoT gadgets are the precursors of the forthcoming era of decentralised computing and possess the capacity to connect with other computing devices over a network. Literature research and the opinions of industry experts were used to identify ten obstacles to the application of IoT in the process of making cities smart. In addition, the TOPSIS methodology is applied in order to assess the problems that have been found. According to the findings, the most significant obstacle is interoperability in the internet of things (IoT). This is because businesses are creating IoT solutions individually by using multiple platforms, which leads to poor integration in the devices and concerns with data security. The businesses are going to need to create a platform that is open-source so that they can promote an interoperable framework. The research will assist policy planners and practitioners in understanding the possible difficulties associated with putting IoT into practise, which will ultimately make citizens' lives easier.
Smart cities, IoT, Challenges, Big data
Dr. Hemant Kumar Singh "The Benefits and Challenges of Implementing IoT in Smart Cities" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 6 Issue 11 2023 Page 163-171
Dr. Hemant Kumar Singh "The Benefits and Challenges of Implementing IoT in Smart Cities" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 6(11)