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posted on 10.02.2022, 15:51 authored by Mohamed Yousif, Chaminda Hewage, Liqaa NawafLiqaa Nawaf
The COVID-19 pandemic provided a much-needed sanity check for IoT-inspired frameworks and solutions. IoT solutions such as remote health monitoring and contact tracing provided support for authorities to successfully manage the spread of the coronavirus. This article provides the first comprehensive review of key IoT solutions that have had an impact on COVID-19 in healthcare, contact tracing, and transportation during the pandemic. Each sector is investigated in depth; and potential applications, social and economic impact, and barriers for mass adaptation are discussed in detail. Furthermore, it elaborates on the challenges and opportunities for IoT framework solutions in the immediate post-COVID-19 era. To this end, privacy and security concerns of IoT applications are analyzed in depth and emerging standards and code of practices for mass adaptation are also discussed. The main contribution of this review paper is the in-depth analysis and categorization of sector-wise IoT technologies, which have the potential to be prominent applications in the new normal. IoT applications in each selected sector are rated for their potential economic and social impact, timeline for mass adaptation, and Technology Readiness Level (TRL). In addition, this article outlines potential research directions for next-generation IoT applications that would facilitate improved performance with preserved privacy and security, as well as wider adaptation by the population at large.

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Future Internet

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MDPI

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Yousif, M., Hewage, C. and Nawaf, L. (2021) 'IoT Technologies during and beyond COVID-19: A Comprehensive Review', Future Internet, 13(5), p.105. https://doi.org/10.3390/fi13050105

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1999-5903

Cardiff Met Affiliation

  • Cardiff School of Technologies

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Mohamed Yousif Chaminda Hewage Liqaa Nawat

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© The Authors

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en

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