The Internet of Things (IoT) is a highly distributed and dynamic cyber-physical system. It integrates devices having sensors, identification systems, storage, communication, processing, and networking capabilities. With the advancement of technology, sensors and actuators have more complex specifications, which are available in lesser cost and smaller sizes nowadays. These devices are making the growth of ubiquitous computing easier. Various industries are deploying IoT for the development of industrial applications to increase automation and monitoring. The rapid advancement of technology and industrialization will enable the applications of IoT in various fields and industries. For example, consider the food industry that has integrated radio frequency identification (RFID) technology with wireless sensor networks (WSN) in order to automate the process of monitoring, tracking, and measuring the quality of food of any food supply chain [1,2].