Utilization of the IoT System to Minimize the Spread of Covid-19: A Systematic Literature Review
The Covid-19 pandemic has dramatically changed our daily lives, with masks becoming essential to prevent transmission and checking body temperature upon entering public spaces becoming a new norm. The Internet of Things (IoT) technology can aid in implementing health protocols and reducing direct human contact. This research aims to examine and explore the use of IoT systems in minimizing or preventing the spread of Covid-19. This research utilizes a Systematic Literature Review (SLR) method to provide an overview of the topic. According to the findings of the study that was carried out using 15 different journals for review, it was discovered that the object used the most frequently in several research journals is a device for measuring body temperature. Furthermore, most research methods are prototypes, and Arduino microcontrollers are used as the primary component in most of these prototypes. The one strategy for using the internet of things (IoT) to control the spread of Covid-19 is to develop a body temperature monitoring detecting device that can lessen users' need for direct touch with one another.
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