The Internet-of-Things concept has evolved from providing network connectivity for devices in our physical world to com- posing complex tasks with the representations of these things in service mashups. Since most of these devices (e.g. wireless sensors, tagged objects) are resource-constrained, it is easy to realize that such objects provide basic services individually and thus, motivates the need to aggregate such services for complex tasks. However, the existence of fragmentation in protocols and standards for device management and service enablement has been a challenge for the domain. In this work, we propose a resource-oriented device management and service enablement architecture that addresses this problem. We also present a smart home application scenario to demonstrate the performance and feasibility of our approach. Keywords Device management · M2M · IoT · OneM2M · LwM2M · MQTT 1 Introduction Coetzee and Eksteen 2011; Atzori et al. 2010; Fluechter and Wortmann 2014; Balamuralidhar et al. 2013; Darwish et al. The Internet plays a vital role in our world and this is mani- 2017). fested in the countless number of applications in areas such In many IoT application use cases, most of the devices as e-commerce, governance, research, and health. It has tend to be resource-constrained and have simple designs. therefore been
Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing – Springer Journals
Published: May 30, 2018
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