Internet of Medical Things: Paradigm of Wearable Devices

M.N. Cardona, V.K. Solanki & C. García, Eds


The book will cover chapter based on fundamental topics related to IoT, Wearable Devices, Security aspects and Internet of Medical Things (IoMT). The proposed chapter’s outline is divided into four sections.
Academics, researchers, and industry practitioners are invited to submit their unpublished work in the chapter based on their rich knowledge and experiences.

Each chapter must have a minimum of 20 pages or (5000 words approximate) and should include an abstract (about 150-225 words). The material should not include any other authored copyright material e.g., figures, charts or tables. The chapter can be prepare using DOC or LaTex. The material should not include color text, or color figures, charts or tables.

Author should send their chapter abstract and full chapter through email:

If the chapter qualifies the publisher’s guidelines, it will be recommended to include in the proposed book published by CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group. There is no publication and processing charge. The book shall be submitted to the Major Abstract and Indexing databases.


Topics to be discussed in this edited book includes, but are not limited to:

Section I: IoT Fundamentals
Chapter 1 Fundamentals and Paradigms in the Internet of Things
Chapter 2 Present and Future Trends on IoT
Chapter 3 IoT Hardware, Sensors & Programming
Chapter 4 Commercial Solutions for IoT Devices and Cloud Processing

Section II: Security in IoT and Wearable Devices
Chapter 5 IoT Architectures and Networking Technologies
Chapter 6 IoT Cloud Processing vs Fog Processing
Chapter 7 Concerns and Security Issues on IoT Devices
Chapter 8 Security Challenges on IoT Platforms: Best Practices

Section III: Wearable Devices and IoMT
Chapter 9 Wearable Devices for Medical Applications
Chapter 10 Wearable Hardware for Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)
Chapter 11 IoMT, Big Data in eHealth Applications
Chapter 12 Wearable Devices for Monitoring Systems

Section IV: IoT for Medical Applications, Tools and Study cases
Chapter 13 Tools for IoT deployment: MATLAB, Arduino, LabView, and other tools
Chapter 14 Wearable Devices for Rehabilitation Robots
Chapter 15 A Case of Study: IoT Devices for Gait Analysis and Monitoring Systems
Chapter 16 A Case of Study: Wireless Monitoring System for Bio-Signals Acquisition

Activity Deadline
Full Chapter Submission: June 10, 2020
Revised Paper submission: June 30, 2020
Acceptance Notification: July 15, 2020
Manuel Cardona
Manuel Cardona El Salvador
Faculty of Engineering, Don Bosco University, El Salvador C.A.

Vijender Solanki
Vijender Solanki India
Faculty of Computer Science & Engineering CMR Institute of Technology (Autonomous), Hyderabad, Telangana, India

Cecilia Garcia
Cecilia Garcia Spain
Centre for Automation and Robotics (CAR) CSIC-UPM Technical University of Madrid (UPM), Spain.