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Penetration of Green Design Concept in Jewelry Design in the Era of Internet of Things

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DOI: 10.23977/ieim.2023.060707 | Downloads: 49 | Views: 370


Anqi Jiang 1, Huan Meng 2


1 College of Jewelry & Metal Craft, Wonkwang University, Iksan, Korea
2 Major in Information Management, Xiamen University of Technology, Xiamen, Fujian, 361021, China

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Anqi Jiang


With the continuous economic development, people's living standard has been significantly improved. However, with this comes an obvious disconnect between traditional industrial design concepts and modern civilization. Therefore, an effective innovation of modern jewelry is essential. In this paper, jewelry is studied and analyzed from the perspective of Internet of Things (IoT) technology, and methods to solve its problems such as green quality and humanized design are discussed. After that, this paper studies the jewelry design system based on IoT technology and tests and analyzes the basic architecture of the system. The test results show that the memory resource data usage of the system is between 3654k-3782k. It is hoped that these research results can provide a reference basis and thought guidance for the healthy, sustainable and stable development of the economy.


Era of Internet of Things, Green Concept, Jewelry Modeling, Jewellery Design


Anqi Jiang, Huan Meng, Penetration of Green Design Concept in Jewelry Design in the Era of Internet of Things. Industrial Engineering and Innovation Management (2023) Vol. 6: 45-53. DOI:


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