Apply Iot Paradigm to Smart Communication Model and Experimentation using Beacons

  • Chaithanya* J
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Information and communication Technology has become a very significant means to support organization activities to reach its target. However, there is still not enough coordination and integration that makes the work proficient. This paper presents a model of classroom that makes several smart devices such as laptops, projectors connected to Bluetooth or Wi-Fi within proximity area in order to establish communication between students and teachers within the smart environment. Also, the gateway manages classroom smart devices by automatic detection and connectivity and it serves as an application execution platform. The software that is used here is called Beacon with which we can train the students and teachers online. The earlier application of Beacon is only through the direct interaction with students and teachers which is same as the traditional way of teaching. But, here in this paper the trainer need not come into the classroom to guide students or to clear the doubts physically. The trainer communicates through the smart devices even though being so far from the classroom through Wi-Fi. The authority can send circulars, alerts, notifications, and study materials to the students and the faculty can share the notes and case studies to the students whenever unavailable to meet the students directly. Whenever the student enters into the classroom, auto check-in happens and the attendance of the students is marked into the system and this list is centrally accessed by the faculty and authority. Thus, the time consumption of faculty is saved and the classroom becomes very smart with this implementation.




Chaithanya*, J. K., & Tejaswini, K. (2020). Apply Iot Paradigm to Smart Communication Model and Experimentation using Beacons. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), 8(5), 833–835.

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