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Document Type : Original Article


Analytic in the Digital Era, Collage of Business and Economic, United Arab Emirates University, United Arab Emirates.



The Internet of Things (IoTs) enables the incorporation and connecting of physical devices to the internet with little human intervention and human-to-human or human-to-PC communication. It discusses the future pattern and the next major upheaval unfolding in the realm of information technology. Individuals and objects are linked to everything and anybody, anytime, wherever, and via the use of organization or administration. It also focuses on how IoT can promote a greener and cleaner environment through Green Internet of Things (G-IoT). This article provides an overview of IoT and G-IoT. It also covers various advancements and problems in G-IoT and how it might reduce energy use. This article clarifies the concept of the IoT, including its features, security concerns, and technology adoption trends.


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