Journal of IoT-based Distributed Sensor Networks https://matjournals.net/engineering/index.php/JIBDSN <p><strong>JIBDSN</strong> is a peer reviewed journal in the discipline of Computer Science published by the MAT Journals Pvt. Ltd. It is a print and e-journal focused towards the rapid publication of fundamental research papers on all areas of IoT-based Distributed Sensor Networks. The Journal aims to promote high quality empirical Research, Review articles, case studies and short communications mainly focused on sensor networks, Sensor Network Tasking and Self-Organization, Distributed Sensor Networks , Networking / Caching Issues, Sensor Networks for Internet of Things (IoT), Architecture, Algorithms, and Complexity Issues,Information Fusion Methodologies Based on Statistical Decision Theory, Distributed Detection / Classification Methods,Learning Patterns from Distributed Sensor Sources, Coordination, Integration, and Synchronization in Distributed Sensor Networks</p> en-US Thu, 16 May 2024 05:50:01 +0000 OJS 3.3.0.8 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Blockchain-Based Device Lifecycle Tracking: Enhancing Sustainability and Transparency https://matjournals.net/engineering/index.php/JIBDSN/article/view/451 <p>The rapid proliferation of electronic devices has raised concerns about Electronic waste (E-waste) management, device lifecycles, and their environmental impact. This paper discusses the ownership life cycle of the electronic device, which Blockchain Technology maintains—first-owner, second-owner and so on. We can avoid the inappropriate usage of electronic devices. In response, this research project presents a comprehensive solution for tracking the lifecycle of electronic devices using Blockchain technology. By leveraging the transparency, security, and immutability offered by Blockchain, our solution aims to enhance sustainability practices, improve user awareness, and promote responsible device disposal. This project bridges the domains of Blockchain technology and device lifecycle management, examining how Blockchain’s decentralized ledger can revolutionize the tracking of device ownership, usage history, repair records, and end-of-life disposal. Through a thorough literature review, we explore the state of existing research in Blockchain technology, device lifecycle tracking, and the intersection of these areas.</p> Aniket Dhumal, Pratiksha Patare, Prachi Said, Shweta Shah Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of IoT-based Distributed Sensor Networks https://matjournals.net/engineering/index.php/JIBDSN/article/view/451 Tue, 21 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000