The widespread use of the internet and the exponential growth in small hardware diversity enable the development of Internet of things (IoT)-based localization systems. We review machine-learning-based approaches for IoT localization systems in this paper. Because of their high prediction accuracy, machine learning methods are now being used to solve localization problems. The paper's main goal is to provide a review of how learning algorithms are used to solve IoT localization problems, as well as to address current challenges. We examine the existing literature for published papers released between 2020 and 2022. These studies are classified according to several criteria, including their learning algorithm, chosen environment, specific covered IoT protocol, and measurement technique. We also discuss the potential applications of learning algorithms in IoT localization, as well as future trends.

Machine Learning Assists IoT Localization: A Review of Current Challenges and Future Trends

Shahbazian, Reza;Macrina, Giusy;Scalzo, Edoardo;Guerriero, Francesca
2023-01-01

Abstract

The widespread use of the internet and the exponential growth in small hardware diversity enable the development of Internet of things (IoT)-based localization systems. We review machine-learning-based approaches for IoT localization systems in this paper. Because of their high prediction accuracy, machine learning methods are now being used to solve localization problems. The paper's main goal is to provide a review of how learning algorithms are used to solve IoT localization problems, as well as to address current challenges. We examine the existing literature for published papers released between 2020 and 2022. These studies are classified according to several criteria, including their learning algorithm, chosen environment, specific covered IoT protocol, and measurement technique. We also discuss the potential applications of learning algorithms in IoT localization, as well as future trends.
2023
Industry 4.0
Internet of things
fingerprinting
localization
machine learning
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