Editorial “Green Computing, Monitoring and Assessing of Smart IoT Systems and Components”
Information and communication technologies and IT-based systems are, on the one side, a mean for energy systems and grids monitoring, control and instrumentation, power low management and safety ensuring. On the other side, IT-based systems, networks and infrastructures are weighty consumers of energy and other resources. The most challengeable IT domains, which can be called energy or power consumption critical, are mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) systems, cloud services, sensor networks.
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