SAGE is Launching a New OA Journal That Will Focus on Internet of Things (IoT)
Today SAGE announced that it is to launch the Journal of Connectivity, edited by Ron Summers, Loughborough University and Zhipeng Wu, University of Manchester,in partnership with the Institute of Measurement and Control.
An interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, open access (OA) publication, the Journal of Connectivity is designed to facilitate the exploration of the Internet of Things.
The Internet of Things describes how in an increasingly digital world the objects of everyday life are connected together to form a network that can share data and information, and at the same time can accumulate and exploit the knowledge gained. The journal aims to provide a dynamic forum to facilitate the exchange of data, information and knowledge with respect to the application of the Internet of Things.
In an increasingly digital world, many everyday and engineering objects are connected together to form a network with the power to share data and information, and at the same time accumulate and exploit the knowledge gained. Journal of Connectivity publishes a variety of article types that are aimed at engineers, scientists, researchers, practitioners, regulators, industry and governments who form the interdisciplinary base of the domain.
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