№2, 2024

Sabira Ojagverdiyeva

Modern children are growing up with the influence of technology, and their use of wearable devices shows a noticeable increase in their technological skills and a rapidly evolving digital landscape. One of the advantages of sensor technologies is that these smart objects have the ability to transmit information in time, provide availability and communicate in real time. Portable devices enable parents to get real-time information about school-age children’s behavior, education, location and physical activities, and in short, to track and monitor their children’s behavior. However, as the volume of data obtained through sensors increases, it becomes difficult for parents to analyze this data and requires protection mechanisms using intelligent technologies. Since the information collected in the database through portable devices is sensitive and informative, individuals or companies are interested in using this information for various purposes. The Children 4.0 concept proposed in this study is a comprehensive approach to ensuring the security of information collected in databases (medical information, location information, etc.) through a portable item (bracelet). This approach is offered to ensure the information security of school-age children based on mobile technology while protecting children’s personal information (pp.61-70).

Keywords:Industry 4.0, Wearables, Sensors Iot child safety, Children 4.0

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