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Aishwarya Wagh, Akshay Upar, Aishwarya Somkuwar, Akshada Ugale,

Prof. Yogita Hande STE’S Sinhgad Institute of Technology and Science,
Narhe, Pune-411041 Department of Computer Engineering.


The “internet of things” is technology where every single device is

connected with every other device by internet. Those devices can
communicate and transfer knowledge among each other. Nowa day’s
actually its need to connect devices and with the help of internet make our
own life easier and reliable. we can apply iot in transport, education,
industry as well in medical field too, so with the help of doctor application
which is depends on android can measure the real time conditions of patients
so that’s why it will become easy to take decision as early as possible about
treatment also simultaneously it will minimise manpower as well minimise
time too. in medical field we are trying to develop connection which can
describe how the patient and doctor can get connected without 24*7

M.Srinivas Assistant Professor, Department of E & I V R Siddhartha

Engineering College Vijayawada, P.Durgaprasadarao Assistant Professor,
Department of E & I V R Siddhartha Engineering College Vijayawada,
V.Naga prudhvi raj Associate Professor, Department of E & I V R
Siddhartha Engineering College Vijayawada,.


Now a day’s trend in healthcare is to move routine medical checks

and other health care services from hospital to the home environment. A
modern healthcare IoT platform with an intelligent medicine box along with
sensors for health monitoring and diagnosis is proposed here. An intelligent
home based medicine box with wireless connectivity along with an android
application helps patients and doctors to be in more close communication.
The proposed model has an intelligent medicine box that gives alerts to
patients for their medication at right time. It is connected to internet to make
timely updates about medicine to patient’s Smartphone through notices in
android application. The system automatically gives alarm to the patient to
take the medicine at right time. Sms alerts are given to predefined guardian
if there are any vital signs noticed.

Jayanth S, Poorvi MB Jayanthsuresh09@gmail.com,

poorvimb83@gmail.com Department of Electronics and Communication
Engineering School of Engineering and Technology, Jain University
Bangalore, India Sunil MP Assistant Professor, mp.sunil@jainuniversity.ac.in
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering School of
Engineering and Technology, Jain University Bangalore, India


Medicines are the primitive solution for the prevention and cure for
most of the diseases. Many risky diseases can be cured and prevented with the
use of proper medication. Therefore, it is mandatory to take the medicine at
the prescribed time. If a patient does not take his medications on time, there
can be certain adverse effects. To overcome this, the Med-Alert provides an
intimation about the right medication to be consumed at the prescribed time
through audio-visual alerts along with an E-Mail sent to the user’s
smartphone. For the audio alert, a buzzer is used. Whereas for the visual, LED
is used as the reminder. In-spite of the alerts from the system, if the patient
does not take the pills, an E-mail is sent to a member of the family, so as to
remind the patient to take the medication. The system generates a report of
the patient’s medicine intake routine and E-Mails it to the concerned doctor



Mahaveer Penna, Dept. of E&CE, Sri Venkateshwara College of Engineering,

Bengaluru, mahaveer6017@gmail.com Dankan V Gowda, Dept. of E&CE,
Sri Venkateshwara College of Engineering, Bengaluru,
dankanies@gmail.com Jijesh J J, Dept. of E&CE, Sri Venkateshwara College
of Engineering, Bengaluru, jijesh_jj@yahoo.co.in Shivashankar, Dept. of
E&CE, Sri Venkateshwara College of Engineering, Bengaluru.


Medicine distribution for the people in the remote tribal areas is finding
tedious task for the Government’s, the Automatic medicine dispensing
machine can aid to resolve the above mentioned requirement. This machine is
equipped with some basic and emergency medication and can be refilled. It is
a kind of computerized medicine storage system which can be easily accessed
by the people in emergency without approaching any pharmacy, this machine
can be easy installed in the remote areas like long highways, desert areas,
remote tribal areas and rural areas. It is a microcontroller and motor based
system to dispense the medicines when accessed by the user through an input
event, the data pertaining to the medicine storage can be ascertained from the
remote area and based on that information refilling the machine can be easily
done. Basic human parameters like Blood pressure (BP), Temperature can
also be tested through this machine and the specified medicine will be
dispensed based on the patient condition.



Umar Albalawi, Ph.D. Department of Computer Science and Engineering

University of Tabuk, KSA Shital Joshi, Ph.D. Department of Computer
Science and Engineering Oakland University, USA

Internet of Things (IoT) is a revolutionary technology for the modern
society. IoT can connect every surrounding objects for various applications
like security, medical fields, monitoring and other industrial applications.
This paper considers the application of IoT in the field of medicine. IoT in
E-medicine can take the advantage of emerging technologies to provide
immediate treatment to the patient as well as monitors and keeps track of
health record for healthy person. IoT then performs complex computations
on these collected data and can provide
health related advice. Though IoT can provide a cost effective medical
services to any people of all age groups, there are several key issues that
need to be addressed. System security, IoT interoperability, dynamic storage
facility and unified access mechanisms are some of the many fundamental
issues associated with IoT. This paper proposes a system level design
solution for
security and flexibility aspect of IoT. In this paper, the functional
components are bound in security function group which ensures the
management of privacy and secure operation of the system. The security
function group comprises of components which offers secure
communication using Ciphertext-Policy AttributeBased Encryption (CP-
ABE). Since CP-ABE are delegated to unconstrained devices with the
assumption that these devices are trusted, the producer encrypts data using
AES and the ABE scheme is protected through symmetric key solutions.