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International Journal of New Developments in Engineering and Society, 2022, 6(1); doi: 10.25236/IJNDES.2022.060106.

Improving Social Management Innovation Ability by Using Internet of Things Technology


Yunxuan Wang

Corresponding Author:
Yunxuan Wang

School of Social and Public Administration, East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai 200237, China


In the context of the Internet of Things, the future network will be able to more effectively promote the mutual progress between personal development, social management and smart goods. On the demand of the social network model and its research background and the related information, the thesis provides a model of the relevant information from the Internet and social material base, the extraction of the business process layer, transport layer, information processing, and formulate the function of the application layer, through the social network of social relations, and positioning information for the object of the basic theory in the study of data analysis. The simulation results of the above algorithms show that although the social network architecture is not fully applicable to the social Internet of Things, by modifying the specific functions in the structure, two serial ports support 485 connection, and IG1000 can support the convergence of 100 devices. IG1000 northbound provides 100 M network and mobile wireless broadband interface, data reading speed up to 10 000 /s. Object related standards can obtain the structure of social Internet of Things, including ontology semantic web and social function, which well proves the effectiveness and efficiency of the above algorithm and lays a foundation for further research in the future.


Internet of Things, Technology Improvement, Social Management, Innovation Ability

Cite This Paper

Yunxuan Wang. Improving Social Management Innovation Ability by Using Internet of Things Technology. International Journal of New Developments in Engineering and Society (2022) Vol.6, Issue 1: 34-39. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJNDES.2022.060106.


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