With the major development of sensor technologies and advancements of communication network infrastructures, there is a growing interest to add more intelligence in the e-health monitoring for facilitating an effective healthcare system. While IoT devices are capable of continuous health-parameter sensing and providing notifications to the user, an effective business process management (BPM) facilitates effective system integration and data processing workflow. This paper proposes an efficient framework for managing emergency situations (specifically, health-related) through the analysis of heterogeneous data sources. The proposed framework, named CLAWER (CLoud-Fog bAsed Workflow for Emergency seRvice) aims to bridge the gap between process management and data analytics by providing an automated workflow for personalized health-monitoring and efficient recommendation system. Here, the IoT devices are used for collecting the movement and health data. The smart phone can act as an edge device to acquire data with user movement information. The accumulated data is initially processed inside the fog device, and finally the analysis and recommendations are generated by the cloud. In this paper the indoor health-status of the users are analysed in small cell cloud enhanced eNode B, which is used as fog device. The generated recommendations are stored in the fog device to provide the recommendations to the users with low latency and in timely manner. The experimental analysis of CLAWER yields better precision and recall values than the existing methods.
Software And Hardware
• Hardware: Processor: i3 ,i5 RAM: 4GB Hard disk: 16 GB • Software: operating System : Windws2000/XP/7/8/10 Anaconda,jupyter,spyder,flask Frontend :-python Backend:- MYSQL