Publication detail

Low Power Wide Area as a technology for Internet of Things

JANŮŠ, T. ŠTEFFAN, P.

Original Title

Low Power Wide Area as a technology for Internet of Things

English Title

Low Power Wide Area as a technology for Internet of Things

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Internet of Things (IoT) is gradually becoming a part of everyday life. However, the development of such applications is complicated for several reasons, such as usability in hard-to-reach locations and associated power to the equipment, equipment durability, and many others. The main reason, however, is the existence of various IoT protocols, resulting in problems with the standardization of IoT as a whole. From a system perspective, the IoT solution can be divided into three categories: data collector, cloud platform service, and communication method. Data collector is a device that acquires data using sensors. Cloud platforms store all this data in a safe place. The communication between the device and the cloud provides us with a communication protocol. Individual communication protocols differ in bandwidth, range and number of connectable devices.

English abstract

Internet of Things (IoT) is gradually becoming a part of everyday life. However, the development of such applications is complicated for several reasons, such as usability in hard-to-reach locations and associated power to the equipment, equipment durability, and many others. The main reason, however, is the existence of various IoT protocols, resulting in problems with the standardization of IoT as a whole. From a system perspective, the IoT solution can be divided into three categories: data collector, cloud platform service, and communication method. Data collector is a device that acquires data using sensors. Cloud platforms store all this data in a safe place. The communication between the device and the cloud provides us with a communication protocol. Individual communication protocols differ in bandwidth, range and number of connectable devices.

Keywords

IoT, NB-IoT, SigFox,LoRa,LTE

Released

25.10.2019

ISBN

978-80-214-5796-6

Book

Sborník IMAPS flash Conference 2019

Pages from

34

Pages to

38

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT161029,
  author="Tomáš {Janůš} and Pavel {Šteffan}",
  title="Low Power Wide Area as a technology for Internet of Things",
  annote="Internet of Things (IoT) is gradually becoming a part of everyday life. However, the development of such applications is complicated for several reasons, such as usability in hard-to-reach locations and associated power to the equipment, equipment durability, and many others. The main reason, however, is the existence of various IoT protocols, resulting in problems with the standardization of IoT as a whole. From a system perspective, the IoT solution can be divided into three categories: data collector, cloud platform service, and communication method. Data collector is a device that acquires data using sensors. Cloud platforms store all this data in a safe place. The communication between the device and the cloud provides us with a communication protocol. Individual communication protocols differ in bandwidth, range and number of connectable devices.",
  booktitle="Sborník IMAPS flash Conference 2019",
  chapter="161029",
  howpublished="online",
  number="3",
  year="2019",
  month="october",
  pages="34--38",
  type="conference paper"
}