Publication detail

Remote Networking Technology for IoT: Cloud-based Access for AllJoyn-enabled Devices

MAŠEK, P. FUJDIAK, R. ZEMAN, K. HOŠEK, J. MUTHANNA, A.

Original Title

Remote Networking Technology for IoT: Cloud-based Access for AllJoyn-enabled Devices

Czech Title

Remote Networking Technology for IoT: Cloud-based Access for AllJoyn-enabled Devices

English Title

Remote Networking Technology for IoT: Cloud-based Access for AllJoyn-enabled Devices

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The Internet of Things (IoT) represents a vision of a future communication between users, systems, and daily objects performing sensing and actuating capabilities with the goal to bring unprecedented convenience and economical benefits. Today, a wide variety of developed solutions for IoT can be seen through the all industry fields. Each of the developed systems is based on the proprietary SW implementation unable (in most cases) to share collected data with others. Trying to offer common communication platform for IoT, AllSeen Alliance introduced AllJoyn framework – interoperable platform for devices (sensors, actuators, etc.) and applications to communicate among themselves regardless of brands, transport technologies, and operating systems. In this paper, we discuss an application for remote management of light systems built as an extension of AllJoyn Framework – developed application is independent on communication technologies (e.g., ZigBee or WiFi). Besides provided communication independence, the presented framework can run on both major SoC architectures ARM and MIPS. To this end, we believe that our application (available as open source on GitHub) can serve as building block in future IoT / Smart home implementations.

Czech abstract

The Internet of Things (IoT) represents a vision of a future communication between users, systems, and daily objects performing sensing and actuating capabilities with the goal to bring unprecedented convenience and economical benefits. Today, a wide variety of developed solutions for IoT can be seen through the all industry fields. Each of the developed systems is based on the proprietary SW implementation unable (in most cases) to share collected data with others. Trying to offer common communication platform for IoT, AllSeen Alliance introduced AllJoyn framework – interoperable platform for devices (sensors, actuators, etc.) and applications to communicate among themselves regardless of brands, transport technologies, and operating systems. In this paper, we discuss an application for remote management of light systems built as an extension of AllJoyn Framework – developed application is independent on communication technologies (e.g., ZigBee or WiFi). Besides provided communication independence, the presented framework can run on both major SoC architectures ARM and MIPS. To this end, we believe that our application (available as open source on GitHub) can serve as building block in future IoT / Smart home implementations.

English abstract

The Internet of Things (IoT) represents a vision of a future communication between users, systems, and daily objects performing sensing and actuating capabilities with the goal to bring unprecedented convenience and economical benefits. Today, a wide variety of developed solutions for IoT can be seen through the all industry fields. Each of the developed systems is based on the proprietary SW implementation unable (in most cases) to share collected data with others. Trying to offer common communication platform for IoT, AllSeen Alliance introduced AllJoyn framework – interoperable platform for devices (sensors, actuators, etc.) and applications to communicate among themselves regardless of brands, transport technologies, and operating systems. In this paper, we discuss an application for remote management of light systems built as an extension of AllJoyn Framework – developed application is independent on communication technologies (e.g., ZigBee or WiFi). Besides provided communication independence, the presented framework can run on both major SoC architectures ARM and MIPS. To this end, we believe that our application (available as open source on GitHub) can serve as building block in future IoT / Smart home implementations.

Keywords

AllSeen Alliance, AllJoyn framework, IoT, M2M, Remote management

Released

22.04.2016

Location

St. Petersburg

ISBN

978-952-68397-3-8

Book

Proceedings of the 18th FRUCT & ISPIT Conference, 18-22 April 2016, Technopark of ITMO University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia. FRUCT Oy, Finland.

Pages from

1

Pages to

6

Pages count

6

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT124123,
  author="Pavel {Mašek} and Radek {Fujdiak} and Kryštof {Zeman} and Jiří {Hošek} and Ammar {Muthanna}",
  title="Remote Networking Technology for IoT: Cloud-based Access for AllJoyn-enabled Devices",
  annote="The Internet of Things (IoT) represents a vision of a future communication between users, systems, and daily objects performing sensing and actuating capabilities with the goal to bring unprecedented convenience and economical benefits. Today, a wide variety of developed solutions for IoT can be seen through the all industry fields. Each of the developed systems is based on the proprietary SW implementation unable (in most cases) to share collected data with others. Trying to offer common communication platform for IoT, AllSeen Alliance introduced AllJoyn framework – interoperable platform for devices (sensors, actuators, etc.) and applications to communicate among themselves regardless of brands, transport technologies, and operating systems. In this paper, we discuss an application for remote management of light systems built as an extension of AllJoyn Framework – developed application is independent on communication technologies (e.g., ZigBee or WiFi). Besides provided communication independence, the presented framework can run on both major SoC architectures ARM and MIPS. To this end, we believe that our application (available as open source on GitHub) can serve as building block in future IoT / Smart home implementations.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 18th FRUCT & ISPIT Conference, 18-22 April 2016, Technopark of ITMO University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia. FRUCT Oy, Finland.",
  chapter="124123",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2016",
  month="april",
  pages="1--6",
  type="conference paper"
}