From the outset, nanotechnology has provided improved and efficient solutions for a variety of applications in biomedical, industrial, agricultural and military applications. Nanotechnology has led to the evolution of nanomachines, tiny components made up of arranged sets of molecules that perform predetermined tasks. The Internet connection between nanosensors and nanodevices led to the development of “Nano Internet of Things (IoNT),” the next-generation standard based on IoT. The main purpose of this paper is to provide an in-depth perspective on the Nano Internet of Things (IoNT) – architecture, applications and challenges so that researchers can overcome existing challenges and become aware of the IoNT standard for utilizing IoNT in various fields in the near future. will be For quick deployment.
The Internet of Things has changed the use of the Internet and device-to-device communications, where devices, sensors, and objects interact and exchange data with each other, and gave birth to several other domains such as Wireless Body Sensor Networks (WBAN), the Internet. Nanotechnology – Nano Things (IoNT) and everything in one combined term: the Internet of Everything (IoE).
The basic definition of nanotechnology is “Nanotechnology is the engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale. In its actual sense, “Nanotechnology” is the construction of items from the bottom up using the technologies and tools being developed today to create complete, high-performance products. Represents the planned capabilities Nanotechnology has provided a variety of advanced solutions for many practical applications such as biotechnology, biomedical, industrial, agricultural, and military applications, as it develops devices on the scale of one to several hundred nanometers. The backbone to drive is a nanomachine A nanomachine is defined as a basic functional unit integrated via nanocomponents to perform a basic task such as sensing or actuation Effective collaboration and coordination between nanomachines is important in terms of complexity and operation In short, the integration of nano-scale devices rather than traditional telecommunication networks with high-speed Internet has resulted in a new evolution called the “Nano Internet of Things (IoNT).” With the advent of the Nanotechnology Internet (IoNT),
Research in the field of nan-ocommunication has also increased tenfold with the goal of creating new standards for nanodevices to communicate with each other and deploying them in a variety of applications. The Nano Internet of Things (IoNT) consists of small sensors interconnected via nano networks to obtain data from objects. Therefore, the nano internet of things will open the door to new research in the fields of nanosensors, nanocommunications and nanodevices.