Fuzzy logic system for drug storage based on the internet of things: a survey

Shivan Mohammed Othman, Maiwan Bahjat Abdulrazzaq


The rapid development of internet of things (IoT) technology over the course of recent history has made it possible to connect a large number of smart things and sensors, as well as to establish an environment in which data can be seamlessly exchanged between them. This has led to an increase in the demand for data analysis and storage platforms such as cloud computing and fog computing. One of the application areas for the internet of things that has garnered a lot of interest from the business world, academic institutions, and the government is healthcare. The IoT and fuzzy logic are being used in the medical business to improve patient safety, the overall quality of care, and the overall efficiency of medical operations. The most important healthcare studies that are pertinent to pharmacies have been used as the basis for this research. The purpose of this research is to investigate recent advancements in medical modules, remotes, and detector patterns, as well as current innovations in IoT and fuzzy logic-based health care, and current policies from around the world, with the intention of determining how well they support the long-term growth of IoT and fuzzy logic in healthcare.


Drug storage; Fuzzy logic; Healthcare; Internet of things; Sensor

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v29.i3.pp1382-1392


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Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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