There is an almost infinite number of ways in which the Internet of Things (IoT) might improve people’s lives, and now widespread adoption of IoT applications is bringing about profound changes in how we live and work. Organizations in both the commercial and governmental sectors may better manage their assets, enhance their performance, and experiment with new business models advent of the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things has the ability to aid an ageing population, increase energy efficiency, and streamline all forms of transportation due to its central role in connecting gadgets and serving as a general facilitator of the hyper-connected society. Issues of identity, trust, privacy, security, and semantic interoperability are crucial to the success of the Internet of Things, and their development in an acceptable legal context and atmosphere of trust is essential. This book will introduce you to the current status of Internet of Things application development and research and will give you an idea of where the field stands. Manufacturing, transportation, health, building automation, agriculture, and the environment are some of the many fields that stand to benefit from the sensing, communications, and computing infused with ambient intelligence at the core of IoT, IIoT, and Industry 4.0 technologies. In addition to revolutionizing the business world, the new ambient intelligence computer clusters are projected to improve people’s health, safeguard the planet, and facilitate more responsible consumption. This book takes a multidisciplinary approach to elucidating the knotty problem of recent scientific and technological advances that have relied heavily on AI.