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Inventi Impact - Embedded Systems

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  • Inventi:ees/16259/15
    A SURVEY OF INTERNET OF THINGS: FUTURE VISION, ARCHITECTURE, CHALLENGES AND SERVICES
    Nidhi K Modi*, Rupesh P Patel, Nagendra P Gajjar

    Internet-of-Things (IoT) is the convergence of Internet with RFID, Sensor and smart objects. IoT can be defined as “things belonging to the Internet” to supply and access all of real-world information. Billions of devices are expected to be associated into the system and that shall require huge distribution of networks as well as the process of transforming raw data into meaningful inferences. IoT is the biggest promise of the technology today, but still lacking a novel mechanism, which can be perceived through the lenses of Internet, things and semantic vision. Internet of Things is a new type of Internet application which makes the thing’s information be shared on a global scale. Internet of Things has two attributes: being an Internet application and dealing with thing’s information and four differential features: only for thing’s information, coded by UID or EPC, stored in RFID electronic tag, uploaded by non-contact reading with RFID reader. The descriptive models for Internet of Things are introduced based on the basic attributes and the differential features. The Internet is continuously changing and evolving. The main communication form of present Internet is human-human. The Internet of Things (IoT) can be considered as the future evaluation of the Internet that realizes machine-to-machine (M2M) learning. Thus, IoT provides connectivity for everyone and everything. The IoT embeds some intelligence in Internet connected objects to communicate, exchange information, take decisions, invoke actions and provide amazing services. The IoT is getting increasing popularity for academia, industry as well as government that has the potential to bring significant personal, professional and economic benefits.

    How to Cite this Article
    Nidhi K Modi, Rupesh P Patel, Nagendra P Gajjar. A Survey of Internet of Things: Future Vision, Architecture, Challenges and Services. Inventi Impact: Embedded Systems, 2015(3):117-121, 2015.
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