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IoT Services for Solving Critical Problems in Vietnam: A Research Landscape and Directions

Dung Tien Cao, Huu-Hanh Hoang, Hiep Xuan Huynh, Binh Minh Nguyen, Tran Vu Pham, Tran Minh Quang, Vu The Tran, Hong Linh Truong

Abstract

Critical problems in Vietnam — such as food safety, traffic management, saltwater
intrusion, and wastewater management — require novel Internet of Things (IoT)
solutions. Here, the authors analyze current research and developments and
propose specific IoT services as solutions.

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