Implementation and evaluation of four interoperable open standards for the internet of things

Mohammad Ali Jazayeri, Steve H.L. Liang, Chih Yuan Huang

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Abstract

Recently, researchers are focusing on a new use of the Internet called the Internet of Things (IoT), in which enabled electronic devices can be remotely accessed over the Internet. As the realization of IoT concept is still in its early stages, manufacturers of Internet-connected devices and IoT web service providers are defining their proprietary protocols based on their targeted applications. Consequently, IoT becomes heterogeneous in terms of hardware capabilities and communication protocols. Addressing these heterogeneities by following open standards is a necessary step to communicate with various IoT devices. In this research, we assess the feasibility of applying existing open standards on resource-constrained IoT devices. The standard protocols developed in this research are OGC PUCK over Bluetooth, TinySOS, SOS over CoAP, and OGC SensorThings API. We believe that by hosting open standard protocols on IoT devices, not only do the devices become self-describable, self-contained, and interoperable, but innovative applications can also be easily developed with standardized interfaces. In addition, we use memory consumption, request message size, response message size, and response latency to benchmark the efficiency of the implemented protocols. In all, this research presents and evaluates standard-based solutions to better understand the feasibility of applying existing standards to the IoT vision.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)24343-24373
Number of pages31
JournalSensors (Switzerland)
Volume15
Issue number9
DOIs
StatePublished - 22 Sep 2015

Keywords

  • CoAP
  • Internet of things
  • Interoperability
  • IoT device
  • OGC SWE
  • PUCK
  • Sensor
  • Sensor observation service
  • SensorThings

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