The Internet of things (IoT) model aims to render “stuff” in an internet environment like individual electronic equipment or home appliances, such as medical devices, fridges, cameras, and sensors. We have made quite some effort to consider and to respond to the problems emerging from linked devices through our research as experts of the Internet of Things in the past decades. A variety of problems must be faced and adequate philosophical and technical approaches must be created to realize the full potential of the IoT paradigm. The development of scalable infrastructure, switching from closed networks to open systems, answering data sensing privacy and ethical issues, radio frequency identification technologies for RFIDs, survey routing protocols, sensor implementation & node exploration, including IoT-based arduous programming. The book is specifically designed to document the leading edge of the Internet of Things, its implementations, architectures, and solutions that tackle these problems. The book also discusses potential work avenues and innovations to help produce knowledge in several areas, including the sciences, technology, companies, and customers. We consider this book to be a benchmark for system engineers, technicians, developers, scientists, and graduates. “Mastering the System of Things” gives you the tools and techniques you have learned to understand the IoT and to allow you to take your decisions.