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The IoT- and Big Data-Driven Data Analysis Services: KM, Implications and Business Opportunities

Published on Oct 1, 2018in Journal of Knowledge Management4.604
· DOI :10.4018/ijkm.2018100106
Izabella Lokshina6
Estimated H-index: 6
(State University of New York at Oneonta),
Barbara J. Durkin3
Estimated H-index: 3
(State University of New York at Oneonta),
Cees J.M. Lanting3
Estimated H-index: 3
(Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)
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#2Hua Zhong (State University of New York at Oneonta)H-Index: 2
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#2Cees J.M. Lanting (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)H-Index: 3
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This article describes ubiquitous sensing devices, enabled by wireless sensor network (WSN) technologies, now cut across every area of modern day living, affecting individuals and businesses and offering the ability to obtain and measure environmental indicators. Proliferation of these devices in a communicating-actuating network creates an Internet of Things (IoT). The IoT provides the tools to establish a major, global data-driven ecosystem that also enables Big Data techniques to be used. New...
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eHealth has a major potential, and its adoption may be considered necessary to achieve increased ambulant and remote medical care, increased quality, reduced personnel needs, and reduced costs potential in healthcare. In this chapter, the authors try to give a reasonable, qualitative evaluation of IoT-driven eHealth from theoretical and practical viewpoints. They look at associated knowledge management issues and contributions of IoT to eHealth, along with requirements, benefits, limitations and...
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The knowledge pyramid has been used for several years to illustrate the hierarchical relationships between data, information, knowledge, and wisdom. An earlier version of this paper presented a revised knowledge-KM pyramid that included processes such as filtering and sense making, reversed the pyramid by positing there was more knowledge than data, and showed knowledge management as an extraction of the pyramid. This paper expands the revised knowledge pyramid to include the Internet of Things ...
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The literature suggests that increasing investments in information and communication technologies (ICTs), knowledge exchange and sharing help SMEs tackle the current global and dynamic environment. Given that much of the useful knowledge resides outside the enterprises’ boundaries, these technological tools foster the gathering of big data and information. Despite these premises, few studies have considered the role of ICTs and big data in intra- and inter-organizational ties and the consequent ...
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The Internet of Things IoT provides the tools for the development of a major, global data-driven ecosystem. When accessible to people and businesses, this information can make every area of life, including business, more data-driven. In this ecosystem, with its emphasis on Big Data, there has been a focus on building business models for the provision of services, the so-called Internet of Services IoS. These models assume the existence and development of the necessary IoT measurement and control...
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We present a business model framework for Internet of Things applications.The framework consists of building blocks and types of options for each building block.The relative importance of building blocks and types of options is measured through a survey among practitioners.The value proposition is considered the most important building block of a business model. The Internet of Things is the connection - via the internet - of objects from the physical world that are equipped with sensors, actuat...
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#1Hubert C. Y. Chan (PolyU: Hong Kong Polytechnic University)H-Index: 2
Almost all businesses are aware of the potential gains that the Internet of Things (IoT) has to offer, they are unsure of how to approach it. This article proposes a business model that builds on Holler et al., (2014) [1]. The model consists of three dimensions: “Who, Where, and Why”. “Who” describes collaborating partners, which builds the “Value Network”. “Where” describes sources of value co-creation rooted in the layer model of digitized objects, and “Why” describes how partners benefit from...
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#1Izabella Lokshina (State University of New York at Oneonta)H-Index: 6
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#1Izabella Lokshina (State University of New York at Oneonta)H-Index: 6
#2Barbara J. Durkin (State University of New York at Oneonta)H-Index: 3
Last. Cees J.M. LantingH-Index: 3
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